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Full text of "Catalog of Copyright Entries, 1923 Works of Art, Photos, Prints For the Year 1923 New Series Vol 18 Part 4"

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE ^ 

OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PART 4 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 

FOR THE YEAR 1923 

Nos. 1-4 



Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891, of June 30, 1906, 
and of March 4, 1909. 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1924 



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1-5008 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 1, 1909 



PART 4: 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF 
ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIEN- 
TIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



1923 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 

ffo. 1 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1923 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



FT1HE Catalogue of Copyright entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
■*■ issued quarterly, is arranged in two alphabets of proprietors, with sub- 
alphabets of titles as follows : 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or 
other identifying reproductions deposited according to law with the applica- 
tions for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and Models or 
Designs for works of art). 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, 
Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; Class J, 
Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial 
illustrations. 

Titles for Class L, Motion-picture photoplays, and Class M, Motion pictures 
other than photoplays, have been transferred to Part 1, Group 2, of the Cata- 
logue because of their similarity to Class D, Dramatic compositions, and are 
published monthly therein as a title list. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue the copyright notice after each title is 
abbreviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " G," Class 
G, Works of art; " H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; " I," Class I, 
Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "J," Class J, 
Photographs; and " K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations. " © " 
implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by a date of 
publication. " © 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished 
work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the photograph 
or other identifying reproduction; and "2 c." for 2 copies, followed by th« 
date of their receipt. In the case of foreign works and pictorial contributions 
to periodicals, only 1 copy is required. 

The annual index of proprietors, portraits, and principal artists is fur- 
nished for this part in the final issue for the year. The subscription price 
for part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $0.50 a year, pay- 
able in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, by postal money order, 
express order, or New York draft. 



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NOTICE. 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from July 1, 1914, to June 30, 1919, inclusive, are 
still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office and are not to be 
transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other governmental 
library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant 
prior to December 31, 1923. 

This notice includes any printed or published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscript or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which 
must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will 
be supplied on request. Address Register or Copyrights, Library of 
Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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CLASS G. WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR 

WORKS OF ART. 



Adams & Grace co. New York. 

Iowa state college of agriculture and 
mechanic arts; by Richard Rummell. 
[Bird's-eye view showing several large 
buildings in large grove] © 1 c. Jan. 
24, 1923 ; G 67901. 

American museum of natural his- 
tory, New York. 

Totonacan sculpture, A [Model of 
head with smiling face and turban] 

B. [Model of head with pointed 

chin and turban] 

C. [Model of head wearing tur- 
ban and large ear-drops] 

© 1 c. each Dec. 22, 1922 ; G 67162- 
67164. 

American statuary & decorating co., 
inc., Philadelphia. 

Candlestick, 151A; by Aurelius M. 
Renzetti. Model with fluted stem and 
leaf decoration around base. 

Fruit bowl; by Arelius M. Renzetti. 
[Model with leaf decoration around 
foot and body of bowl and rope bor- 
der on rim] 

© 1 each c. Dec. 20, 1922; G 
67555, 67556. 

Aronson (Louis V.) Newark, N. J. 

Candlestick, 10671. [Model decor- 
ated with leaves on base and figures 
of men and women around shaft] © 1 
c. Feb. 5, 1923 ; G 67733. 

10672. [Model having long 

shaft decorated with vines, leaves and 
figures of children] © 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1923; G 67734. 

10679. [Model having medium 

shaft decorated with scrolls and fig- 
ures of men and women] © 1 c. Feb. 
5, 1923 ; G 67736. 

10682. [Model having short 

shaft decorated with leaves and con- 
ventional figures] © 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1923 ; G 67737. 

10683. [Model having short 

shaft decorated in leaves and scrolls, 
with plain top] © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923 ; 
G 67738. 



— — 10686. [Model having medium 
shaft decorated with scrolls] © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1923 ; G 67740. 

10687. Model having tall shaft 

decorated with scrolls and figures of 
girl and boy] © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; 
G 67741. 

• 10689. [Model having tall shaft 

with conventional decorations] © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1923; G 67742. 

Desk pad and set. [Drawing of pad 
with metal clips on corners, paper-cut- 
ter, calendar holder, etc.] © 1 c. Feb. 
12, 1923; G 67806 . 

Electric lamp standard, 10666. 
[Model of low standard decorated 
with leaves] © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923 ; G 
67731. 

10668. [Model of tall standard 

with leaf and vine decortion] © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1923; G 67732. 

10678. [Model having tall shaft 

decorated with leaves and cupids] 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923 ; G 67735. 

10684. [Model having tall shaft 

decorated with scrolls and figures of 
children] © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; G. 
67739. 

Medallion. Bas-relief medallion with 
caduceus on cross. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1923 ; G 67805. 

Asmus-Bradley co.. inc., Chicago. 

Baby pillow, 955 ; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Butterfly and floral design for 
embroidary. 

956; by Stanley Nantus. Louis 

XVI bowknot and floral medallion for 
embroidery. 

Bedroom set, 102S ; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Conventional butterfly with re- 
naissance floral figures, and alternating 
round and inner wedged scallops. 

1029; by Stanley Nantus. Re- 
naissance floral wreath for solid and 
eyelet work with round scallop. 

1030; by Stanley Nantus. 

Marie Antoinette basket with solid 
daisies and eyelet work, and alternat- 
ing round and zizzag scallops. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Asmus-Bradley co., inc. — Continued. 

1031; by Stanley Nantus. 

Henry III daisy medallion with zig- 
zag scallops. 

Bib, 1053 ; by Stanley Nantus. Out- 
line of two standing ducks waiting for 
food. 

Buffet set, 945; by Stanley Nantus. 
Renaissance grape leaf with Brussel 
honey-comb stitch effect and French 
knots. 

950; by Stanley Nantus. Mau- 

resque design with floral motives and 
pearl stitch. 

951; by Stanley Nantus. Wild 

rose frame effect connected with 
French knot scroll. 

1038; by Stanley Nantus. 

Lewis XVI floral medallion con- 
nected with outline frame. 

1039 ; by Stanley Nantus. Floral 

group for Bulgarian stitch with out- 
line frame and bowknot. 

1040 ; by Stanley Nantus. Marie 

Antoinette floral basket and bowknot 
connected by outline frame. 

1066 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance butterfly and frame em- 
bellished with conventional orchid 
blossoms. 

Card table cover, 1032 ; by Stanley 
Nantus. Card emblems embellished 
with ribbon effect and wording, whose 
deal? 

1033; by Stanley Nantus 

Brownie holding card with symbolic 
emblems. 

Carriage robe, 973 ; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Medallion formed in renaissance 
floral des'gn and two butterflies, with 
irregular round scallop. 

974; by Stanley Nantus. Gar- 
land in floral and French knot design 
embellished with ribbon effect irregu- 
lar round and pointed scallops. 

Center set, 944; by Stanley Nantus. 
Stylization of Indian design, Maya, 
in whip-stitch embroidery. 

1025; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign showing flowers in basket in 
shape of bushel. 

1063 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance baskets with daisies con- 
nected by irregular outline frame. 

Child's apron, 1062 ; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Pocket simulating bird nest with 
three birds. 

1070 ; by Stanley Nantus. Jar- 
diniere with floral motives forming 
pocket. 



Child's dress, 957; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Floral motive. French knots, 
cross-stitch frame and scallops on bot- 
tom. 

959 ; by Stanley Nantus. Louis 

XVI des'gn with floral motives. 

960; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance triangle design with floral 
French knot ornaments and scattered 
flowers. 

961; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance floral design with French 
knot medallion and scallop embellished 
with small leaf figure. 

■ 962 ; by Stanley Nantus. Small 

scattered floral designs and zigzag 
scallop with French knot figure. 

964; by Stanley Nantus. Em- 
pire floral motive with French knots 
and scallops in Greek wave. 

965 ; by Stanley Nantus. Small 

dropping darts in renaissance design. 

Darning apron, 1064; by Stanley 
Nantus. Motive of darning thread and 
stocking with wording, Darn it. 

Dish towel, 1034; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Outline of percolator, creamer 
cup and saucer with word, kitchen. 

1035 ; by Stanley Nantus. Out- 
line of plate, soup and salad bowls. 

Dress, 958; by Stanley Nantus. 
Cross-stitch frame simulating collar 
and cuffs with Czecho-Slovak orna- 
ments and eyelets. 

965 ; by Stanley Nantus. Scallop 

in Greek wave with small floral mo- 
tive. 

Dresser set, 1057; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Design of Marie Antoinette 
basket with floral spray and figures. 

Feeding bib, 1054; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Clown running with dish of ice- 
cream. 

Four sided scarf, 1041 ; by Stanley 
Nantus. Renaissance butterfly with 
floral grouped garlands ending in 
meander in opposite sides. 

Glass towel, 1036: by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Outline of three glasses and 
scattered flowers. 

House dress, 982 ; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Henry III floral bowknot effect 
framed in d amond blanket stitch 
forming streamers. 

983; by Stanley Nantus. 

Peasant tulip motives for cross-stitch, 
with panel effect. 



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no. 1, 1923 



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-984; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign in Japanese triangle and chrysan- 
themum effect embellished with tassel 
like streamers. 

985; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign in Japanese daisy effect with 
frame of straight blanket stitch end- 
ing in two scrolls with spider-web 
effect. 

Kitchen curtain, 1044; by Stanley 
Nantus. Japanese chrysanthemum 
floral effect forming corner with scat- 
tered conventional bird figures. 

1045 ; by Stanley Nantus. Out- 
line of Chinese pagodas and flying 
birds. 

Library scarf, 975; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Renaissance basket with floral, 
motives, leaves in herring-bone stitch, 
and irregular navy scallop forming 
two points. 

976 ; by Stanley Nantus. con- 
ventional floral motives and butterflies 
with cloud effect. 

980; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance floral wreath for new light- 
ning stitch, in outline lotus effect with 
double round scallop. 

981 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance butterfly effect with floral 
motives for loop stitch. 

1058 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance basket with floral groups. 

1059 ; by Stanley Nantus. Peas- 
ant cross-stitch diamond figure and 
frame with antique embroidery fig- 
ures and zigzag scallop. 

1060 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance border and French knots 
and new naturay stitch. 

Pillow case; 1056; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Colonial basket with solid floral 
motives and round scallop. 

1075 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance butterfly and flower motives, 
with alternating straight and wedge 
shaped scallops. 

1077 ; by Stanley Nantus. Styl- 

ization of wild rose and leaves with 
eyelets forming medallion. 

1078; by Stanley Nantus. 

Louis XVI square medallion with solid 
and eyelet floral ornaments, round and 
pointed scallops. 

Romper, 1018; by Stanley Nantus. 
Two ducks catching butterfly on yoke. 

1019 ; by Stanley Nantus. Yoke 

in wavy line effect and pants in 
Dutch style decorated with design of 
rabbit on swing. 



1021; by Stanley Nantus. 

Brownie sitting on goose. 

1022; by Stanley Nantus. 

Brownie leading duck. 

Scarf, 948 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance basket and wreath for mill 
flower stitch. 

953 ; by Stanley Nantus. Four 

renaissance baskets and floral mo- 
tives. 

966; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance frame with individual floral 
motives. 

969 ; by Sanley Nantus. Indian 

moth figure, Hopi, connected with con- 
ventional Indian cloud figure finishing 
outer edge. 

970 ; by Stanley Nantus. Acan- 
thus renaissance design with floral 
daisy medallion projected in four cor- 
ners. 

986; By Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance daisy medallion and wreath 
connected with frame. 

1017 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance floral group and crocheted 
baskets connected with irregular round 
scallops. w 

1061 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance wild rose figures with alter- 
nating round scallops. 

1067; by Stanley Nantus. Co- 
lonial basket with floral motives for 
lightning and double overloop stitch. 

Set, 949; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance cross-stitch and outline frame, 
with floral spray and outline of china 
in' opposite corners. 

1023 ; by Stanley Nantus. Con- 
ventional butterfly with floral figures 
for loop stitch forming corner. 

1027 ; by Stanley Nantus. Peas- 
ant blue and red cross-stitch figures 
in frame ending in diamond shape in 
corners. 

-1042; by Stanley Nantus. 

Cross-stitch butterfly and floral mo- 
tives connected with single meander 
cross-stitch frame. 

1043 ; by Stanley Nantus. 

Floral wreath partly hidden by 
Henry III outline frame. 

1055 ; by Stanley Nantus. Peas- 
ant cross-stitch figure in diamond 
shapes connected with ratin stitch 
frame. 

1056; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance basket and floral motives for 
new double overloop stitch. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. IS 



Asmus-Bradley co., inc. — Continued. 

1065; by Stanley Nantus. 

Marie Antoinette basket, floral mo- 
tives and corners garnished with scat- 
tered daisies. 

Shaving towel, 992 ; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Design in outline of a shaving 
mug, brush, soap-stick and Gillette 
razor. 

Silver holder set, 1046; by Stanley 
Nantus. Renaissance butterfly with 
floral ornaments and bow-knot. 

Silver towel, 1037 ; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Outline of spoon and knife in- 
terlaced with floral wreath. 

Sister Susi apron & cap, 987 ; by 
Stanley Nantus. Renaissance butter- 
fly with floral motive for applique. 

988; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance floral panels forming pockets 
for new naturay stitch. 

, 989 ; by Stanley Nantus. Wild 

rose design. 

Tea cloth, 1068 ; by Stanley Nantus. 
Henry III bowl-basket with floral mo- 
tives, cross-stitch outline frame, and 
irregular round and pointed scallop 
corners. 

Towel, 990; by Stanley Nantus. 
Border in Japanese daisies connected 
with scrolls. 

, 991; by Stanley Nantus. Ma- 
rie Antoinette basket and two floral 
sprays. 

, 993 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ma- 
rie Antoinette suspended basket with 
floral motives. 

, 994; by Stanley Nantus. 

Shallow Louis XVI basket with flow- 
ers and scattered figures. 

, 995 ; by Stanley Nantus. Em- 
pire wreath worked in mill flower 
stitch. 

, 996; by Stanley Nantus. 

Meander cross-stitch frame embellished 
with cross-stitch floral and butterfly 
figures. 

, 997 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance butterfly and spray for mill- 
flower stitch, with two pyramid floral 
motives. 

, 999 ; by Stanley Nantus. Con- 
ventional floral basket and spray mo- 
tives. 

, 1000 ; by Stanley Nantus. Cal- 
ifornia poppy for solid and darning 
stitch. 



, 1001 ; by Stanley Nantus. Two 

renaissance vases with floral spray, 
and round scallops alternating with 
French knot floral figures. 

, 1002; by Stanley Nantus. 

Henry III garlands for loop stitch and 
French knots, with scallop. 

, 1003 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ma- 
rie Antoinette basket with floral fig- 
ures and pointed scallop. 

, 1004 ; by Stanley Nantus. Em- 
pire wreath on pedestal with zig-zag 
scallop and darning stitch diamonds. 

, 1005 ; by Stanley Nantus. 

Louis XVI medallion with floral spray. 

, 1006; by Stanley Nantus. 

Czecho-Slovak cross-stitch border form- 
ing tulip effect. 

, 1007 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ma- 
rie Antoinette shallow basket with 
floral figures for mill flower stitch. 

, 1008; by Stanley Nantus. 

Japanese butterfly connected with 
floral sprays. 

, 1009 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance cross-stitch basket with floral 
cross-stitch figures. 

, 1010 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance basket with wedge-shaped 
outline border parallel to scallop. 

, 1011; by Stanley Nantus. 

Three renaissance wreaths with alter- 
nating round scallop embellished with 
double diamond-shaped figures. 

, 1012; by Stanley Nantus. 

Louis XVI wreath and spray connected 
with bowknot. 

, 1013 ; by Stanley Nantus. Con- 
ventional vase and two wreaths with 
conventional floral figures for rambler 
rose and mill flower stitch. 

, 1014, by Stanley Nantus. 

Cross-stitch meander with floral fig- 
ures and zig-zag scallop. 

, 1015 ; by Stanley Nantus. Ren- 
aissance basket with floral figures and 
renaissance scallop. 

, 1016; by Stanley Nantus. 

Louis XVI bowknot with floral figures, 
and alternating wedge-shaped scallops. 

, 1071 ; by Stanley Nantus. Up- 
right wild rose design, with alternating 
straight and zig-zag scallops. 

, 1072 ; by Stanley Nantus. Up- 
right blue-bell design, with zig-zag 
scallops. 

, 1073 ; by Stanley Nantus. Up- 
right black-eyed-Susan with round 
scallops. 



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, 1074 ; by Stanley Nantus. Up- 
right jonquil design with alternating 
round and straight scallops. 

Vanity dresser set, 971 ; by Stanley 
Nantus. Two doilies and oblong tray 
with renaissance butterfly and floral 
motives forming border. 

, 972: by Stanley Nantus. 

Louis XVI bowknot and floral design 
forming frame. 

© 1 c. each Jan. 23, 1923 ; G 67559- 
67673. 

Atherley (Harry Clarence) San 
Francisco. 136 

Electric rose lamp. Model of elec- 
tric lamp base in form of vase filled 
with roses. 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923 ; G 67872. 

Atlas art studio. New York. 

137, 138 
Lincoln (Abraham) ; by Sven Ras- 
mussen. Crayon drawing bust por- 
trait. 

Roosevelt (Theodore) ; by Sven 
Rasmussen. Crayon drawing bust por- 
trait. 

© 1 c. each Feb. 20, 1923 ; G 67854, 
67855. 

Bassett (Geo. F.) & co., inc., New 
York. 139, 140 

Stratford; by Jessie Rogers. [De- 
sign showing circular border of 
flowers and leaves around bunch of 
flowers in center] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1923 ; G 67850. 

Tulip; by Albert Robert. [Design 
of border for dishes showing sprays 
of tulips on band] © 1 c. Dec. 22, 
1922 ; G 67461. 

Bauer & Black, Chicago. 141 

Poster ; by Walter D. Teague. [Ob- 
long panel decorated with leaves and 
flowers] © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923; G 
67903. 

Beautebox, inc., New York. 142-146 
Egyptian design ; by Pierre Tartoue. 
[Oblong panel with ovals and rays in 
center, and Egyptian figures on border] 
French enamel design ; by Pierre 
Tartoue. [Octagonal design enclosing 
oval with conventional flower in cen- 
ter] 

Parrot design; by Pierre Tartou§. 
[Circle around scene of four parrots 
in cage] 



Persian design ; by Pierre Tartoue. 
[Oblong panel with medallion in cen- 
ter surrounded by vines and flowers] 

Teheren design ; by Pierre Tartou6. 
[Circular design with square in center 
having peacock at each side and flow- 
ers at corners] 

© 1 c. each Mar. 1, 1923 ; G 67936- 
67940. 

Beech-nut packing co., Canajoharie, 

N. Y. 147 

Birdsley Beech-nut ; by Cushman 

Parker. Smiling boy holding plate of 

beans. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923 ; G 67770. 

Bergman (Olof Nathanael) Chicago. 

148-150 
Bacon (Frank) Model of book-end 
with bust of man in high relief. 

I used to be a soldier once. Model 
of book-end with right side bust of 
Frank Bacon in high relief. 

Lightning. Model of book-end with 
bust of man wearing felt hat in high 
relief. 

© 1 c. each Jan. 29, 1923 ; Q 67708- 
67710. 



Better food 
York. 



INSTITUTE. INC. 



New 
151 



Better food; by Frank Bossert. 
Drawing of male figure planting tree. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; Q 67261. 

Blai (Boris) Philadelphia. 152 

Memorial clock. Model of clock 
with relief of draped figure on front 
and dates on dial. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 
1922; G 67693. 

BouASSE-;'eime & co., Paris. 153-159 
Ange gardien ; de Louise Terrier. 
[Angel holding hand of child while 
walking along bank of lake] 

Eucharistie ; de Louise Terrier. 
[Four children kneeling before boy 
Jesus standing] 

Jesus enfant enseignant ; de Louise 
Terrier. [Boy Jesus with open book 
in hands, talking to three children and 
their mother while Mary looks on] 

Priere de l'enfant Jesus; de Louise 
Terrier. [Boy Jesus standing with 
hands folded over breast and four 
children kneeling with bowed heads 
around him] 

Roses de Noel ; de Jean-Marie Bren- 
ton [Wreath of Christmas roses 
around portrait of boy .lesus] 



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BouAssE-jeune & co. — Continued. 

Sainte Fannille a Nazareth ; de 
Louise Terrier. [Joseph working at 
carpenter's bench and Mary standing 
at door with infant Jesus in arms and 
lamb at her feet] 

Vierge, enfant Jesus et enf ants ; de 
Louise Terrier. [Virgin Mary with in- 
fant Jesus in lap and four children 
kneeling before him] 

© 1 c. each Feb. 23, 1923 ; G 67873- 
67879. 

Boyshform brassiere co., New York. 

160-166 

Boyshform bando ; by Laura N. 
Johnson. [Left three-quarter view of 
girl in bando kneeling with mirror in 
hand] 

Boyshform brassiere figured ; by 
Laura N. Johnson. [Left three- 
quarter view of girl in figured bras- 
siere standing with hand on hip] 

Boyshform brassiere, plain ; by 
Laura N. Johnson. [Right profile of 
girl in brassiere standing with left 
hand raised] 

Boyshform diafram brassiere ; by 
Laura N. Johnson. [Drawing show- 
ing right three-quarter view of girl 
with brassiere on and left hand raised] 

Boyshform realong brassiere, elas- 
tic ; by Laura N. Johnson. [Front 
view of girl wearing brassiere with 
elastic at sides] 

Boyshform realong brassiere, elas- 
tic back ; by Laura N. Johnson. [Back 
view of girl in brassiere holding 
small mirror in hand] 

Boyshform realong brassiere plain ; 
by Laura N. Johnson. [Drawing 
showing left three-quarter view of girl 
in long brassiere, with left hand on 
hip] 

© 1 c. each Jan. 26, 1923 ; G 67694- 
67700. 

Bresnahan (Wm. L.) Washington. 

167 

Shriner's convention ; by Joseph 
Mena. [Model of bust of shriner wear- 
ing fez] © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; G 
67820. 

Brush (George de Forest) New York. 

168-172 

Dodo bird. [Model of grotesque 
figure of barge bird] 

Duchess. [Model of fat woman in 
long gown and large headdress] 

King of Hearts. [Model of fat man 
with heavy robe over shoulders and 
crown on head] 



Mad hatter. [Model of grotesque 
figure of man wearing large hat] 

March hare. [Model of rabbit in 
boy's clothes standing erect] 

© 1 c. each Feb. 16, 1923 ; G 67830- 
67834. 

Buchanan (Ella) Los Angeles. 173 
Happy hunch. Model of smiling 
grotesque figure with heart-shaped 
body and thumbs up, on four-leaf 
clover. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; G 
67470. 

Buchborn (William Philip) Chester, 
Pa. 174 

Merry Christmas. Drawing of can- 
dlestick with gold background and 
Christmas package near it. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1923 ; G 67905. 

Budlong (Nina Cook) Rockford, 111. 

175 
Mother and child. Model of figure 
of mother seated in chair with baby in 
lap. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; G 67409. 

Burquest (William Hamilton) Chi- 
cago. 176 
Doc; by Edward Everett Burr. 
[Drawing of man standing with pipe 
in mouth, cane in left hand and dog at 
feet.] © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; G 67713. 

Cady (Harrison) Brooklyn. 177, 178 
Peter Rabbit, 1. [Drawing of rab- 
bit with jacket and tie standing erect] 

2. Model of head of rabbit 

with ears erect. 

© 1 c. each Jan. 17, 1923 ; G 67466, 
67468. 

Calissi (Paul C.) Philadelphia. 

179, 180 

Torchere, 615; by Aurelius M. Ren- 
zetti. [Model with relief of children 
and flowers around base] 

616 ; by Aurelius M. Renzetti. 

[Model decorated with acanthus leaves 
around base] 

© 1 c. each Jan. 30, 1923 ; G 67711, 
67712. 

Calm (Marsh) San Francisco. 181 
Jackie. [Bas-relief medallion show- 
ing front view bust of boy] © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1923; G 67475. 

Canan (Wilfred) Brainerd, Minn. 

182 

Balance of power. [Drawing of 

elephant and donkey see-sawing over 

pork-barrel with goat in center] © 1 

c. Dec. 26, 1923; G 67422. 



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Gaemack (Paul R.) Chicago. 183 
Kid Solomon says. Drawing of boy 
character in costume of king. © 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1923 ; G 67907. 

Church (Frederick Stuart) New 
York. 184-188 

Flamingoes. Girl in light drapery 
kneeling on bank with right hand ex- 
tended to attract four flamingoes 
among lily pads. 

Hot corn. Cupid in cook's cap and 
apron and brown bear cub eating 
corn around kettle over fire, with 
bluebird eating from dish on ground. 

Last rose of summer. Bluebird on 
twig and kneeling cupid weeping be- 
fore rose. 

Siren. Bear cub seated listening to 
bluebird singing on twig. 

Spring. Cupid kneeling before hen 
with chickens. 

© 1 c. each Feb. 15, 1923 ; G 67822- 
67826. 

Coll (Marcos) Brooklyn 189 

Poem of peace. Sculptured group of 
man with helmet in left hand and 
broken sword in right standing by 
woman holding olive branch in left 
hand. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; G 67720. 

Condie (Christopher C.) New York. 

190 
Christ viewing the money-changers. 
[Front view of bust of Jesus] © 1 
c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; G 67771. 

Conway (John E.) Albany, N. Y. 

191 

Come back to your God. Model of 

figure of Jesus seated on stone slab 

with outstretched arms. © 1 c. Feb. 

2, 1923 ; G 67721. 

Craske (Leonard) Boston. 192 

Dawn. Model of nude figure of 
young girl with head uplifted and 
shield held before her as she ad- 
vances. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ; G 67932. 

Cremona (Thomas Gaetano) New 
York. 193 

Lincoln (Abraham). Bas-relief 

plaque showing front view bust of 

Lincoln in wreath with inscription. 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923 ; G 67766. 

Crepaux (Fernand A.) New York. 

194 

Flirt. [Woman seated on balcony 
overlooking lake with fan in right 
hand and left extended for man to 
kiss] © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1922 ; G 67299, 



Crews (Monte) Fayette, Mo. 195-202 
Oh, grandma, 1-8. [Comic drawing 
of series of pictures showing adven- 
tures of elderly woman with small 
boy, girl, and man at country home 
near oil-well] © 1 c. each Sept. 29, 
1921; G 63784-63791. 

Dahl (Cyrena F.) Hartford, Conn. 

203 
Balief, the master of ceremonies. 
[Model of figure of man in evening 
dress suit standing with hands clasped 
in front] © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; G 
67553. 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago. 

204-216 

Angela {Saint) 1132. Statue of 

saint teaching child standing by her 

side. 

Benchmans ( Saint John ) 965. 
Statue of saint holding cross in right 
hand and book in left. 

Blessed Virgin, 3904. Bas-relief, 
plaque showing front view bust of 
Madonna holding child Jesus in arms. 

, 3906. Bas-relief plaque show- 
ing flower and fruit border around 
figure of Madonna with child Jesus in 
lap. 

Bracket sanctuary lamp, 2849. 
Model of lamp with ornamental shield. 

Joseph (Saint) 3313. Model of 
figure of saint standing with right 
hand on chest and staff in left. 

Madonna, 3905. Bas-relief plaque 
showing right three-quarter view of 
Madonna holding child Jesus in lap, 
with boy John the Baptist standing by 
her side. 

Mother of Grace. Statue of Blessed 
Virgin with hands outstretched stand- 
ing on head of serpent. 

, 242. Statue of Blessed Virgin 

stepping on head of serpent. 

Paschal candlestick. 3755. [Model 
of candlestick having four feet deco- 
rated with leaves and rings around 
spindle] 

Pius XI (Pope) 2279. Sculptured 
bust. 

Sacred Heart of Jesus. 52. Model 
of figure of Jesus standing with both 
hands uplifted. • 

Theodore {Saint) 1100. Statue of 
saint holding sword in right hand and 
palm in loft. 

© 1 c. each Feb. 2(5, 1923: G 67915- 
(57927. 



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De Gion (Adele) and Van Denscoten 
(Loyd) New York. 217 

Powder puff girl ; by Loyd Van Ben- 
scoten. Design of powder puff with 
girl's head upon it. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1923; G 67817. 

Delta mtj phi (Grand Chapter) Los 
Angeles. 218 

Fraternity pin ; by Marshall Bruce 
Stewart. [Design of simitar with 
Greek letters, A M 3>, on it] © 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1923 ; G 67460. 

Dieges (Charles J.) New York. 

219, 220 
Medal. Bas-relief medallion show- 
ing nude man holding laurel branch in 
left hand while standing beside eagle. 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923 ; G 67756. 

On the mark. Model of figure of 
athlete in position for starting race. 
© 1 c. Feb. 8. 1923 : G 67769. 

Dondeeo (A. H.) Washington. 221 

I parked my camel with Uncle Sam'l. 
[Circular design showing Uncle Sam 
with fez on head seated on plaza near 
reclining camel in front of Capitol. 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1923 ; G 67943. 



Dunn (Beet) Clayton, Mo. 



222 



Bull. [Model of bull standing with 
head down] © 1 c. Jan. 4. 1923; G 

67398. 

Edvy (Mrs. Julius) Cleveland. 

223, 224 

Church; by Julius Edvy. Drawing 
of church surrounded by angel heads, 
stars, clouds and palm leaves. 

Kerchief of St. Veronica ; by Julius 
Edvy. Drawing of thorn - crowned 
head of Jesus with flower on each side 
and nails below. 

© 1 c. each Jan. 23, 1923 ; G 67701, 
67702. 

Elmendoef (Teeey C.) Chatham, N. 
J. 225 

Sun ray emblem. Design showing 
sun rising over hills, with semi-circle 
of rays above. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923 ; 
G 67929. 



Eeie safety council, Erie, Pa. 



226 



Safety emblem. [Circular design 
with cross in center and inscription 
around border] © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923 ; 
G 67760. 



Faiebanks (Sheldon K.) Boston 

227 
Coue (Emile) ; by Charles O. Craw- 
ford. Sculptured bust with inscrip- 
tion on base. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; 
G 67847. 

Fanning (Chaeles Allen) Houston, 
Tex. 22S 

Ku-klux klansman. Model of clans- 
man in robe and pointed cap standing 
with left hand on hip and U. S. shield 
in right. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; G 
67456. 

Fleming (Louis) Freeport, N. Y., and 
McQuinn (Robeet) New York. 

229 
Santa Claus. Drawing of candle 

representing Santa Claus. © 1 c. 

Feb. 23, 1923; G 67906. 

Floeman (Ieving) New York. 

230-232 
Conquest. [Model of winged female 
figure inclined forward] © 1 c. Jan. 
29, 1923; G 67707. 

Flying stork. Model of figure of 
swan with movable wings. © 1 c. Dec. 
6, 1922 ; G 67300. 

Girl on automobile thermometer. 
[Model of girl sitting astride ther- 
mometer] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; G 
67706. 

Fowlee (Lorenzo P.) Dallas, Tex. 

233 

Boy; by Allie Tennant. [Model of 
smali bov with napkin around waist] 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923 ; G 67935. 

French fibee co., inc., New York. 

234-242 

Book-end, 1 ; by Joel Bianchi. 
Model of book-end with cluster of fruit 
in relief on top. and winged dragons 
on sides. 

2 ; by F. Gasco. Model of book- 
end with relief of fruit and flowersun 
bowl partly enclosed in shell. 

3; by F. Gasco. Model with 

fruit and flowers in relief on pedestal, 
with wings on each side and chariot 
wheel in center. 

4; by F. Gasco. Model with 

shield in relief on top, lyre in center 
with ribbon extending to corners and 
festoons at sides. 

5; by F. Gasco. Model shell 

at top, festoon, fruit and flowers at 
sides, shield, trumpets and olive 
branches in center, in bas-relief. 



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6; by F. Gasco. Model with 

shield at top, relief work on sides and 
fruit and flowers in center. 

7; by F. Gasco. Model with 

relief work at top and sides, and fruit 
in leaves in center. 

8; by Joel Bianchi. Model 

with fruit and flowers in relief at top, 
fluted sides and fluted shell and relief 
work in center. 

9 ; by Joel Bianchi. Model with 

relief work at top, leaf relief work on 
lattice background at sides, and fes- 
toon of flowers in center. 

© 1 c. each Feb. 16, 1923 ; G 67828, 
67829, 67835-67841. 

Feost & Reed, ltd., Bristol, England. 

243 
On velvet ; by Herbert Dicksee. 
Pup curled up asleep on soft cushion. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67259. 

Garrison (B.) West, Tex. 244-246 

Shrine fez match-holder. Model of 

fez open at top. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; 

G 67945. 

Shrine fez paperweight. Model of 

fez. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923 ; G 67944. 
Shrine reading lamp. Model of 

figure of laughing shriner leaning on 

crutch against lamp post. © 1 c. Jan. 

11, 1923 ; G 67454. 

Gies (Ethyle Pearl) Jersey City. 

247, 248 

Brownikid. Drawing of fairy char- 
acter standing with hands at side. 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; G 67474. 

Jazz-bow pup. Drawing of puppy 
with large' bow of ribbon around neck. 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923 ; G 67675. 

Gillespie (R. L.) Los Angeles. 249 
Female figure. Model of female 
figure in hip-length coat standing with 
right hand in pocket and left on hip. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; G 67397. 

Gomon (William Napoleon) Law- 
rence, Kan. 250 

Combination book-rack and lamp 
[Model of book-rack with lamp at each 
end] © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923 ; G 67816. 
Guimard (Adeline O.) New York. 251 

Paderewski (Ignace) [Drawing of 
front view bust portrait of musician] 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923 ; G 67719. 
Hannan (Eugene Elmer) Washing- 
ton. 252 

Uncle Sam welcoming the shririers. 
Model of figure of Uncle Sam. © 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1923: G 67821. 



Hardy (John G.) Providence, R. I. 

253-257 

Congressional medal of honor. 

[Model of tablet having relief of 

draped figure with laurel branch in 

hand] 

Lest we forget. Statue of Ameri- 
can soldier on high pedestal on which 
are relief tablets. 

Let go. [Statue of American sol- 
dier with gun in right hand and left 
hand pointing ahead, ready to ad- 
vance] 

Over the top. [Statue of soldier with 
gun in both hands advancing] 

Remembrance. [Statue of Ameri- 
can soldier leaning forward with gun 
in hand, about to place flower on 
grave] 

© 1 c. each Feb. 20, 1923 ; G 67867- 
67871. 

Hinteemeister ( Hy. ) Brooklyn 

258-272 

Chicks. Young girl kneeling on 
grass, holding dish in lap by left 
hand and feeding little chicks with 
right hand. 

Chums. Little girl holding large ap- 
ple in both hands for shaggy pony to 
bite, and fox terrier at her feet look- 
ing up at pony. 

Evening chords. Left profile of 
young girl playing piano in fore- 
ground, and man seated near window 
in background with child in lap. 

First born. Right profile of young 
mother in Japanese kimona holding 
infant in her arms. 

Guilty. Little girl with right hand 
touching mouth, doll in left hand and 
puppy at her feet standing near 
broken vase. 

Indian summer. Young girl in rid- 
ing habit with crop in right hand 
looking down while riding dark horse 
and young man on gray horse riding 
beside her. 

Little fisherman. Young boy seated 
on side of top step holding fishing line 
with spool attached in pool of water, 
and little dog on next step looking 
back. 

Lost chord. Right profile of girl 
in stream of light playing large house 
organ, and left profile of girl in fore- 
ground seated in armchair with open 
book in lap. 

New customer. Little girl with doll 
in left arm. holding in right hand a 
pair of doll shoes for old cobbler 
seated on bench to mend. 



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Hinteemeistee (Hy.) — Continued. 

Old, old story. Young couple seated 
under tree on moonlit shore where he 
is playing ukulele and she is gaz- 
ing in distance. 

Seabreeze. Little girl standing in 
surf, holding up her dress like sail, 
with little boy sailing boat in back- 
ground and little girl using pail and 
shovel. 

South Sea Island idyll. Left pro- 
file of South Sea Island beauty dressed 
with flower garlands seated on rock 
overlooking sea, with moon rising oe- 
hind island in distance. 

Teaching Jerry. Young boy seated 
in small chair pointing right hand to 
open book in his lap and looking at 
old English sheep dog at his side. 

Waiting for daddy. Little girl with 
doll in left arm, holding on to collie 
dog with right hand while looking 
ahead. 

Well guarded. Little girl asleep 
with head resting on St. Bernhard 
dog lying on grass by house, farmer 
and wife in background. 

© 1 c. each Feb. 23, 1923 ; G 67884- 
67898. 

Holt (Charles H.) San Francisco. 

273 
Sold ; by Edwin B. Riddell. Draw- 
ing of rooster crowing. © 1 c. Dec. 
26. 1922 ; G 67727. 

Honska (Ott J.) Portland, Or. 274 
Jayhawk. [Grotesque drawing of 
bird with large head and long bill.] 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923 ; G 67845. 

Howitt (John Newton) New York. 

275 
Westchester Hills. [Landscape 
showing cluster of trees and shrub- 
ery in foreground, and hills in dis- 
tance] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923 ; G 67931. 

Hudson (Grace) Ukiah, Calif. 276 

Ma-tu-tsi Ka-wy. Young Indian 

girl gathering poppies in field. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1923 ; G 67857. 

Hunt (Esther) San Francisco. 277 
Golden Lotus. Sculptured bust of 

Chinese girl with ornaments in hair. 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923 ; G 67846. 

Hurwich (Nathan) Sawtelle, Calif. 

278 
Salute our heroes of 1776. Drawing 

of border with bell in each corner 

and in center above two crossed flags 

and bust of Washington below. © 1 c. 

Jan. 13, 1923 ; G 67476. 



Jenkins (June Yates) Venice, Calif. 

279 

Mr.rle. Model of doll with painted 

dress and hat, and mohair bangs and 

side-puffs. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; G 

67410. 

Johnston (Emma Frances) Waco. 

Tex. ' 280 

Ku klux klan. [Model of figure in 

hooded uniform] ©1 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 

G 67704. 

Jones (Doris Lothrop) New York. 

281 

Coue mascot. Modeled figure of 

puppy seated on base bearing Coue 

quotation. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; G 

67473. 

Jordan (Clara A.) Venice, Calif. 

282, 283 

Hunter's cabin. Rugged mountain 

scene with waterfall, stream near 

which are buck and doe, and hunter's 

cabin at head of stream. 

Hunter's last rest. Desert moun- 
tain scene with snow-capped peak in 
foreground and single grave marked 
by cross on mountain in foreground. 

© 1 c. each Jan. 3, 1923; G 67393, 
67394. 

Kellit co., Philadelphia. 284 

Buddaluck ; by Wallace Kelly. 
Model of hunch-back seated on horse- 
shoe with first two fingers on each 
hand crossed. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; 
G 67676. 

Kelly-Springfield tire co., Cumber- 
land, Md. 285 
Kelly cat ; by Jeno Juszko. [Model 
of black cat sitting] © 1 c. Jan. 26. 
1923 ; G 67688. 

Kenny (Mary L.) Portland, Or. 

286 
Let wurra worry. [Model of bust 
of fat girl with large puffs over ears] 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923 ; G 67729. 

Kirmse (Marguerite) New York. 

287-292 

Airedale. Drawing of head of dog 
with shaggy mouth. 

Fox terriers. Drawing of heads of 
two fox terriers pulling on leashes. 

Old English sheepdog. Drawing of 
dog with long shaggy hair. 

Rusian wolfhouud. Drawing of 
right profile of long head of dog. 

Setter. Drawing of head of dog. 



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385 



Welsh terrier. Drawing of dog 
standing before open gate. 

© 1 c. each Jan. 22, 1923 ; G 67540- 
67545. 

Kramer (George) Indianapolis. 

293-294 

Protect aged. [Model of large eagle 
protecting old man and woman seated 
by cornucopia] 

Protect labor. [Model of large eagle 
protecting laborer, and woman with 
baby in lap] 

© 1 c. each Feb. 3, 1923; G 67762, 
67763. 

Labisky (Henry S.) Seattle. 295 

Relativity. [Drawing of sun and 
broad rays of light] © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1923 ; G 67716. 

Lapham (Anna Martin) St. Paul. 

296 

Oriental ash-tray. Model of figure 

of East Indian maiden seated with 

legs crossed, on edge of receptacle for 

ashes. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923 ; G 67459. 

Le Fort (Bernard) New York. 

297-385 

Conventional bird design 8090, 17. 
[Oblong figure with two birds in 
basket at corner and checked border] 

Conventional cross-stitch design 
7917. [Oblong octagonal figure with 
groups of squares at ends and sides] 

8040, 6. [Rectangle with scroll 

border] 

8070, 23. [Rectangle with 

flower basket at each end and sprays 
of flowers along sides] 

, 8071, 23. [Oblong rectangle 

with figure of bird in ring at each 
end] 

, 8074, 6. [Rectangle formed by 

small squares] 

, 8100, 17. [Rectangle figure 

with scrolls and square at corners] 

, 8101, 7. [Oblong figure cut 

into squares with conventional flower 
in corners and scroll-work in* end 
squares] 

, 8102, 7. [Oblong figure di- 
vided into sections with ornamental 
figure at each end] 

, 8105, 7. [Oblong figure en- 
closed by bars and scallops, with 
squares and scrolls at ends] 

, 8110, 31. [Rectangle with fig- 
ure of deer on each side of fountain 
at each end] 



, 8117, 11. [Circle having wide 

border decorated with butterflies and 
scrolls] 

, 8123, 25. [Squares with leaves 

and small squares at corners] 

. 8192. [Oblong figure with 

conventional wreaths and scrolls in 
corners] 

, 8214, 17. [Conventional 

flower baskets] 

, 8256, 23. [Octagonal figure 

with basket of flowers at corners] 

Conventional design 8000, 31. [Ob- 
long figure with octagons surrounded 
by circles and squares at each end] 

,8010, 18. [Three panels with 

conventional borders] 

, 8041, 21. [Border of vines and 

leaves forming square with bunches 
of flowers at corners] 

, 8042, 21. [Octagons with bars 

and sprays of flowers arranged for 
corners] 

, 8046, 21. [Three sprays of 

flowers at corners of square] 

, 8047, 21. [Wreaths and sprays 

of flowers for corners] 

, 8048, 21. [Flowers arranged 

in form of cross on circle] 

, 8049, 21. [Rectangle with 

sprays of flowers in loops at corners] 

, 8079, 19. [Conventional 

sprays of flowers along sides of ob- 
long figure] ■ 

, 8081, 23. [Rectangle with 

bunches of flowers at ends] 

, 8085, 19. [Oblong figure with 

corners turned down and checked and 
basket of flowers at ends] 

, 8127, 25. [Oblong figure with 

circles and sprays of flowers at cor- 
ners] 

, 8128, 25. [Wreaths of flow- 
ers at corners of oblong figure] 

, 8212. [Octagonal figure with 

checked border and flowers in scroll 
at corners] 

, 8216, 31. [Oblong figure 

checked at each end] 

, 8219, 11. [Circle having bor- 
der decorated with conventional flow- 
ers and leaves] 

— . 8220, 31. [Oblong figure with 
bunches of leaves at ends] 

, 8227-6. [Rectangle with con- 
ventional figures along sides and at 
each end] 

, 8234. 11. [Circle with butter- 
flies and wreaths tied by ribbon] 



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Le Fokt (Beenaed) — Continued. 

, 8237, 23. [Rectangle with con- 
ventional flowers and squares in cor- 
ners] 

, 8252, 23. [Circle with semi- 
circles and festoons around border] 

, 8253, 23. [Rectangle with 

bunches of flowers and small squares 
in corners] 

, 8258, 23. [Circle in square 

with sprays of flowers along sides] 

, 8259, 23. [Oblong figure with 

sprays of flowers at each end] 

, 8260, 23. [Oblong figure with 

oval formed by flowers around checks 
at each end and sprays at corners] 

Conventional fruit design 8087, 19. 
[Rectangle with checked border and 
fruit in corners] 

Cross-stitch bird design 8011, 19. 
[Rectangle with conventional figure of 
bird in each corner] 

, 8113, $2. [Oblong figure with 

two birds around flower vase at each 
end] 

Cross-stitch floral design 8119, 11. 
[Circle having wide border decorated 
with conventional flowers and scrools] 

8121, 11. [Circle with conven- 
tional flower pot and scrolls around 
border] 

Floral design 7761. [Oblong figure 
with vase of flowers at lower corners] 

7889, 36. [Square with sprays 

of flowers at corners] 

8020, 6. [Oblong figure with 

wide border and sprays of large 
flowers at ends] 

8025, 21. [Square with striped 

border and sprays of flowers at cor- 
ners] 

8032. [Bunches of flowers in 

scallops arranged in circle] 

8035, 6. [Oblong figure with 

flowers and leaves at scalloped ends] 

8036, 11. [Circle having border 

decorated with butterflies and baskets 
of flowers] 

8038, 6. [Oblong figure with 

sprays of leaves and flowers at each 
end] 

8068, 6. [Oblong figure with 

sprays of flowers and leaves at rounded 
ends] 

8077. [Octagonal figure with 

flower border and sprays of flowers at 
corners] 

8078, 21. [Oblong figure with 

sprays of flowers at clipped corners] 



19. [Oblong figure 
formed by border of flowers and vines 
w.th scrolls at corners] 

8082, 18. [Oblong figure with 

sprays of flowers on border and at 
corners] 

8083, 11. [Circle having double 

border formed by flowers and vines 
with bunches of flowers between] 

8086, 19. [Oval with checked 

border and sprays of flowers at sides 
and ends] 

8089, 15. [Square with grape 

and basket of fruit in corners] 

8091, 6. [Oblong figure 

checked in squares with bunch of 
flowers in each] 

8097, 11. [Bunches of flowers 

on broad scalloped border in form of 
circle] 

-■ 8097, 26. [Bunches of flowers 

at each end of oval] 

8098, 18. [Oval with basket of 

flowers at each end] 

8124, 25. [Oblong design with 

sprays and baskets of flowers in cor- 
ners and circle above each end] 

8125, 23. [Oblong figure with 

square within square and bunches of 
flowers at corners] 

8131, 25. [Oval with sprays of 

flowers along edge and circle above 
scrolls at ends] 

8199, 6. [Oblong figure with 

oval formed by flowers and vines in 
center and bunches of flowers at ends] 

8200, 11. [Circle having wide 

border decorated with leaves and 
acorns] 

8210, 6. [Rectangle with dec- 
orative border and bunch of flowers 
at ends] 

8211, 11. [Circle with sprays 

of flowers and scrolls on checked 
border] 

[Oblong figure with 
and sprays of flowers 



[Circle with bunches 
leaves on scrolls 



8213, 6. 

oval in center 
at each end] 

8225, 11. 

of flowers and 
around border] 

8226,6. [Octagonal figure with 

flower, leaves and scrolls at ends] 

8228, 11. [Circle with border 

formed by scallops and sprays of 
flowers] 

8229, 11. [Circle decorated 

with sprays of flowers on bars] 



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414 



8230, 11. [Circle surrounded 

by scallops and sprays of flowers] 

8231, 11. [Circle with bunches 

of flowers in arches around border] 

8232, 6. [Clusters of flowers 

and vines at each end of oval] 

8233, 11. [Circle with sprays 

of flowers connected by vines around 
border] 

8235, 11. [Circle with bunches 

of flowers and vines around border] 

8236, 11. [Circle with baskets 

of flowers and bows of ribbon around 
border] 

8239, 11. [Circle with sprays 

of flowers on sallops around border] 

8241, 11. [Circle having wide 

border decorated with bunches of 
flowers] 

8243, 11. [Circle decorated 

with flowers in conventional vases 
around border] 

8244, 11. [Circle with festoons 

of flowers around border] 

8250. [Oblong figure with 

sprays of flowers at scalloped ends] 

© 1 c. each Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67303- 
67391. 

Linner (Carl M.) Chicago. 386 

At the fountain. [Model of nude 
female figure standing inclined for- 
ward with right hand extended] © 
1 c. Jan. 26, 1923 ; G 67689. 
McFarland (Charles Elwood) St. 
Louis. 387 

Listening in. Girl seated on settee 
listening in over radio set. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67260. 
Magnani (Alfred) Philadelphia. 

388 

Apparition. [ Sculptured group 
showing Jesus appearing in cloud to 
kneeling men] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
G 67776. 
Markley (Horace) Allendale, N. J. 

389-390 

Pen is mightier than the sword. 
[Drawing of man in academic robe 
descending steps with roll in hand] 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; G 67399. 

Richelieu; by S. Martin-Rotellini. 
Statue of man in long robe standing 
beside panel with inscription. 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923 ; G 67687. 
Mason (Florence B.) Eagle Rock 
City, Calif. 391 

Vision of life. [Figure of Christ 
appearing to woman kneeling with 
outstretched hands] © 1 c. Dec. 22, 
1922 ; G 67902. 



Matthews (Nettie Fansler) Phila- 
delphia. 392-394 

Queen Phew and her royal family, 
Ku klux klan. [Comic drawing of wo- 
man, two servants and group of wo- 
men at card table frightened by ku 
klux] 

money, money, money. [Comic 

drawing showing adventures of man 
and woman with cat] 

saith the queen. [Comic draw- 
ing of woman, man and two children] 

© 1 c. each Feb. 19, 1923 ; G 67848- 
67850. 

Matzen (Herman N.) Cleveland. 395 
Finis. Granite monument with 
bronze winged figure. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1923; G 67717. 

Maxwell (Fred) San Francisco. 396 
Coue (Dr.) Model of figure of Dr. 
Coue with silk hat on head, book under 
right arm and pennant in left hand. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923 ; G 67899. 

Maxwell ( Mamie W. ) Spokane, Wash. 

397 

Apache papoose. [Design of carry- 
ing frame for papoose decorated with 
beads] © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1922 ; G 67149. 
Mayer china co., inc., Beaver Falls, 
Pa. 398 

Jewel pattern ; by William T. John- 
son. Combination of conventional and 
floral design for china. © 1 c. Jan. 
24, 1923 ; G 67674. 
Meissner & Buch, Leipzig. 399-414 

Birches in March ; by A. Stagura. 
Landscape showing six bare birch 
trees on banks of rivulet in foreground 
and snow-covered mountains in dis- 
tance. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923 ; G 67865. 

Birthday morning. Lady in negli- 
gee, with bunch of lilacs in hand, 
standing by table in front of mirror 
near window. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923 ; G 
67858. 

Blessed valley; by Fr. Wirnhier. 
Landscape showing wheat field near 
cluster of trees in left foreground, ris- 
ing ground and mountains in dis- 
tances. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923 ; G 67S63. 

Blue in blue ; by J. Lindner. Deep 
blue vase at right side of light blue 
vase filled with chrysanthemums. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1923 ; G 67S61. 

Brook in autumn ; by Fritz Muller- 
Landeck. Brook in foreground, rising 
ground at right and left, and meadow 
in background. © 1 c. Fob. 21. 1923; 
G 67859. 



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Meissner & Buch — Continued. 

Bunch of flowers ; by Th. Bohnen- 
burger. Bunch of peonies in vase on 
table. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; G 67552. 

Close hauled ; by M. Zeno Diemer. 
Seascape showing close-hauld vessel 
in center. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923; G 
67866. 

Faun and nymphs ; by O. Argyros. 
Landscape showing faun playing flute 
for three nymphs dancing on bank of 
brook. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923 ; G 67860. 

Glorious summer ; by Fritz Muller- 
Landeck. Wooded knoll sloping down 
to meadow at right with pond in fore- 
ground. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923 ; G 67862. 

Lady in pink ; by Victor Schramm. 
Lady in white and pink striped dress 
seated on settee in corner of room with 
fan in right hand. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1923 ; G 67549. 

Maytime; by A. M. Gorter. Land- 
scape showing fruit trees in bloom in 
foreground, thatched-roof farmhouse 
at right and peasant woman washing 
clothes on bank of brook in center. © 
1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; G 67546. 

Poplars by the sea ; by C. Kustner. 
Landscape showing tongue of land cov- 
ered with poplar trees, and partly 
surrounded by water. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1923; G 67864. 

Spring ; by Ernst Dorn. Green slop- 
ing fields covered by spring flowers, 
with large fruit tree in bloom at left. 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; G 67548. 

Still life: by J. Burger. Bunch 
of flowers in basket at right on table 
near column, wine glass and dish of 
fruit at left, and landscape in back- 
ground. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; G 67547. 

Stilleben ; by F. Van den Daele. 
Nuts, apples and knife around dish of 
fruit near jug and bowl on table cov- 
ered with cloth. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
G 67551. 

Wood interior ; by Adolf Dressier. 
Sheet of water in left foreground, clus- 
ter of oaks at right and three deer on 
meadow in background. © 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1923 ; G 67550. 

Meliodon (Jules Andre) Lincoln 
Park, N. J. 415 

Eliot (Charles V.) Bas-relief me- 
dallion showing left profile bust of 
Dr. Eliot. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; 
G 67457. 



Mebeilies (Floy C.) Oak Park, 111. 

416 
Little Miss Nice. [Drawing show- 
ing left profile bust of girl] © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1923; G 67755. 

Meyers (Eloise Gladys) Detroit, 
Mich. 417 

Nature's mirror. [Nude girl stand- 
ing on rock in brook, looking at re- 
flection of herself in water] © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1923; G 67258. 

Millen (Edward) Glendale, N. Y. 418 
Bimpy Bimpis ; by Tom Napolie. 
[Comic drawing of series showing 
young man introducing his sweetheart 
to his father and mother] © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1923 ; G 67728. 

Miller (Harry) Brooklyn. 419 

Memorial plaque. [Drawing of two 
columns and pilaster with space be- 
tween for inscription] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1923 ; G 67759. 

Miller (Juanita) Oakland, Calif. 

420-422 

Hearts and arts. Model of box with 
relief on cover showing cross through 
heart in center and mask, palette, lyre 
and arrow in corners. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1923; G 67392. 

Tower. Model of tower for cigarette 
container. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; G 
67773. 

Trees from the Hights. Model of 
two spruce trees. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1923 ; G 677774. 

Moeller (Henry Nicholas) New 
York. 423-424 

Book-end, 1. Model representing 
Greek mask of comedy, on solid back 
with curved upper border. 

2. Model representing Greek 

mask of tradgedy, on solid back with 
curved upper border. © lc. each 
Dec. 11, 1922; G 67725. 67726. 

Motry (Paul Ira Theodore) Colum- 
bus, O. 425 
Wallophagus. [Drawing of gro- 
tesque bird-shaped figure with hat on 
head, pipe in right hand and cane in 
left] © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1923; G 67690. 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co., Red Oak, la. 

426-454 

Avenue, Sherwood forest ; by R. A. 
Fox. [Perspective of road through 
forest with large trees on each side] 

Breakers; by Nels Hagerup. [View 
of section of seacoast with two large 
breakers in foreground] 



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457 



Bridal Veil Falls; by H. H. Bagg. 
[Small waterfalls flowing over high 
precipice into stream below from 
which rises clouds of vapor] 

December sunset: by Geo. Howell 
Gay. [Perspective of stream with 
stone fence and snow-covered forest 
on left bank] 

Eagle Falls, Glacier park ; by H. H. 
Bagg. [Side view of waterfalls flow- 
ing over several precipices to stream 
below] 

Emperor Falls, British Columbia ; 
by H. H. Bagg. [Side view of large 
waterfalls flowing over rock bank] 

Flower of the flock; by H. J. Dob- 
son. [Mother seated near open fire- 
place with baby in lap, two children 
near and father giving toy to baby] 

Granny's old arm chair; by H. J. 
Dobson. [Elderly woman seated in 
armchair near window and child 
standing at her side] 

Great Falls of the Potomac ; by H. 
H. Bagg. [Perspective of rapid flow- 
ing waterfalls and river above with 
rocks on either bank] 

Hame at een time; by H. J. Dobson. 
[Elderly man seated and woman 
standing by open fireplace] 

Hawaiian Cataract; by H. H. Bagg. 
[View of large waterfalls in fore- 
ground and small falls in background] 

Kaieteur Falls, British Guiana ; by 
H. H. Bagg. [Perspective of water- 
falls with dense shrubbery on each 
side] 

Landscape; by A. M. Podchernikoff. 
[View of valley with streamlet through 
center with trees on each side] 

New England winter ; by Geo. How- 
ell Gay. [Perspective of stream with 
snow-covered woods on left bank and 
road and stone fence on right bank] 

Nipigon River, Canada; by H. H. 
Bagg. [Perspective of river with for- 
est of small trees on each side] 

Old fiddler ; by H. J. Dobson. [Wo- 
man seated near window listening 
while elderly man plays violin] 

Racing the storm ; by Frank Stick. 
[Two men in small boat racing down 
stream, with dark clouds in back- 
ground] 

Rainbow Falls, Hawaii ; by H. H. 
Bagg. [Side view of falls showing 
several streams of water flowing over 
precipice] 

Sand dunes near cliff house ; by 
Nels Hagerup. [View of sand hills 
in foreground with sea in distance] 



Scotch shorthorns ; by R. A. Fox. 
[Herd of short-horned cattle in pas- 
ture in foreground and barns in back- 
ground] 

Seven Sisters Falls, Norway; by H. 
H. Bagg. [Several small streams 
flowing down side of high rock wall 
into river below] 

Snoqualmie Falls, Wash. ; by H. H. 
Bagg. [Side view of large waterfalls 
and three smaller falls near it, with 
lake and houses in background] 

Sunday lesson ; by H. J. Dobson 
[Elderly lady seated near window 
with open book in lap, talking to three 
children standing before her] 

Sunday morning; by H. J. Dobson. 
[Elderly man seated near small win- 
dow brushing his silk hat] 

Sunset, Golden Gate; by Nels 
Hagerup. [View of harbor with two 
points of land in background] 

Tea time; by H. J. Dobson. [El- 
derly man seated by table with paper 
in hands and dog at feet, and woman 
pouring tea] 

Victoria Falls, South Africa ; by 
H. H. Bagg. [Perspective of river 
with long thin waterfalls in back- 
ground] 

Visit to daddy; by H. J. Dobson. 
[Woman with child in lap seated in 
blacksmith shop watching man work- 
ing at anvil] 

Washington after resigning his com- 
mission ; by E. Percy Moran. [Wash- 
ington and Mrs. Washington standing 
near stage-coach, surrounded by men 
and women] 

© 1 c. each Jan. 11, Feb. 12, 1923; 
G 67455, 67777-67804. 

Myers (Minta P.) Oakland, Calif. 

455 
Reverie. Book-end with nude figure 
of woman partly reclining against 
rock. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67413. 

National carillon assn., inc., Wash- 
ington. 456 
National peace carillon tower; by 
Paul Philippe Cret. [Drawing of tall 
square lower with belfry at top sur- 
mounted by winged figure] © 1 c. 
Feb. 20. 1923 ; G 67852. 

Netting (C J.) CO., Detroit. Mich. 

457 

Colonial figure; by Willy George 

Sesser. [Man in colonial costume 

looking at candelabra held in loft 

hand] © 1 c. Nov. 27. 1923; 0! OTTTo. 



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Niepold & sons, Washington. 458 
Couidette; by Claude S. Watts and 
Frank Niepold. [Model of figure of 
Dr. Coue standing with hand clasped 
in front] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; G 
67765. 

Nissen (Peter Noeman) Westerham, 
England. 459 

Stymied. Model of golfer with 
mashie in hand contemplating a 
stymie. © 1 .c. Jan. 29, 1923; G 
67705. 

Norton (Elizabeth) Palo Alto, Calif. 

460 
Wall light. Model of half globe 
surrounded by bats and foliage. © 1 
c. Jan. 16, 1923 ; G 67464. 

Notini (Settino) Chicago. 461 

Ornamental lamp base; by Mar- 
cello Rebecchino. Column surmounted 
by lamp holders, with male and female 
figure embracing at base. © 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1923 ; G 67844. 

O'Connell (I. M.) & co., Philadelphia. 

462-465 

Grotto of crucifixion ; by Nicholas 
Romano. [Model of crucifix in grotto 
and man kneeling before it] 

Grotto of Lady of Lourdes ; by 
Nicholas Romano. [Figure of woman 
kneeling before Virgin Mary standing 
in grotto] 

Grotto of Sacred Heart of Jesus ; 
by Nicholas Romano. [Model of 
figure of Christ standing in grotto and 
woman kneeling before him] 

Grotto of St. Anthony; by Nicholas 
Romano. [Figure of man kneeling 
before figure of saint standing in 
grotto with infant in arm] 

© 1 c. each Feb. 23, 1923 ; G 67880- 
67883. 

O'Donnell (Marion V.) Boston. 

466 

End and yet the beginning. Body 

of Christ on cross with streams of 

light over head. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 

G 67703. 

Oerge (Marie) Berkeley, Calif. 467 
Land of vision. Fairy-tale land- 
scape showing castle, two huge birds, 
pool, flowers, trees and shrubs. © 
1 c. Dec. 11, 1922; G 67412. 

Onondaga pottery co., Syracuse, N. Y. 

468 
Glendale; by Hanley Henoch. Con- 
ventional border design. © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1923; G 67843. 



Osborne co., Newark, N. J. 469-482 

Alaskan autumn moon ; by Sydney 
Laurence. Little cabin with smoke 
coming from chimney, two tall trees 
near it and other trees in background. 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923 ; G 67914. 

Black-eyed Susan ; by F. R. Harper. 
Girl standing in field of Black-eyed 
Susans with bunch of flowers in left 
hand and hat 'n right. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 
1923; G 67402. 

Dutch farm house ; by C. Vreeden- 
burgh. Brick house with slanting 
roof, tall tree in front near which 
Dutch woman is feeding chickens and 
men are pitching hay. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1923 ; G 67908. 

First furrow ; by R. F. Elwell. Man 
ploughing with plow drawn by three 
horses while woman stands between 
him and tent. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; 
G 67910. 

First harvest ; by R. F. Elwell. Man 
sealed on reap'ng machine drawn by 
three horses, eating lunch brought to 
him by his wife. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; 
G 67403. 

First little home 'neath the cotton- 
woods ; by F. R. Elwell. Man and 
wife standing under tree at night ad- 
miring newly finished log cabin. © 1 
c. Jan. 6, 1923; G 67406. 

Girl in pink with feather fan; by 
C. Bosseron Chambers. Girl stand- 
ing with feather fan in hands, band 
on hair and bare shoulders. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1923 ; G 67405. 

Hello Santa Claus ; by J. H. Hinter- 
meister. Little boy in night-suit 
seated cross-legged before open fire- 
place, 'phoning to Santa Claus. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1923 ; G 67401. 

Little cabin; by Sydney Laurence. 
Rough path in center leading to little 
cabin with clump of tall trees at right 
and small trees at left. © 1 c. Feb. 
26, 1923 ; G 67909. 

Logs for the home ; by R. F. Elwell. 
Man cutting down trees with which to 
build home while wife keeps camp- 
fire burning. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; G 
67407. 

Moonlight; by Herman Waylath. 
Night snow scene show'ng frozen pond 
with large tree on right bank and 
house among trees on left bank. © 1 
c. Feb. 26, 1923; G 67913. 



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Path, pine trees, sunset ; by Herman 
Waylath. Snow landscape with path 
through center and clusters of pine 
trees on each side. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1923; G 67911. 

Pond, trees, sunset ; by Herman 
Waylath. Snow scene showing frozen 
pond in center with large clump of 
trees- on each bank. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1923; G 67912. 

Scotchman playing golf ; by Hy. 
Hintermeister. Landscape showing 
club-house in right background, caddie 
in foreground near man in kilts and 
cap playing golf with three other men. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; G 67404. 

Own a home exposition, Chicago. 

483 
Home, the heart of a nation ; by 
Robert H Sexton. Drawing of home 
with trees in background, enclosed in 
heart design. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; 
G 67851. 

Paladini & Peruggi, New York. 484 
Day by day in this way I'm getting 
better and better ; by Ernesto Peruggi. 
Model of figure of old man seated with 
legs crossed holding bottle. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1923 ; G 67904. 

Pamperl (Charles) Barre, Vt. 485 

International emblem for neutral 

service. Drawing of globe enclosed in 

heart. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1922 ; G 67301. 

Pan-Amertcan fireworks co., Fort 
Dodge, la. 486 

Doughboy; by Frank Spangler. 
[Drawing of bust of soldier wearing 
helmet and smoking cigarette] © 1 
c. Jan. 2, 1923; G 67557. 

Pardo (Benjamin) Alameda, Calif. 

. 487 
Ho Choy. Model of Chinese incense 
burner doll. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; G 
67411. 

Parker (Louis T.) Philadelphia. 488 
Woman and the serpent; by Robt. 
Wallace. Woman talking to serpent 
coiled around body of tree. © 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1923; G 67761. 

Perkins & Kratzert, St. Paul. 489 
Soldier's monument; by Valentine 
B. Kratzert. [Design showing eagle 
mounted on slab in center with 
soldier's hat and helmet on pedestal 
at each side] © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
G 67714. 



Phelps (Margaret) New York. 

490-499 
Arches. Minstrel standing at en- 
trance to vaulted arches. 

Bell. Boy in blue writing Merry 
Christmas, on large bell. 

Camel silhouette. Man on camel, 
with pyramids in distance. 

Camels. Pack camels crossing des- 
ert. 

Gondola. Gondola lying at foot of 
steps leading down to water. 

Jester. Man in clown costume seat- 
ed on high stool. 

South Sea skiff. Man in small sail- 
boat on lake which reflects moonlight. 

Venetian sailboat. Gay colored sail- 
boat on bay at sunset. 

Windmill. Dutch scene with large 
windmill in foreground. 

Young shepherd. Shepherd boy 
gaily clad guarding sheep at sunrise. 

© 1 c. each Jan. 25, 1923 ; G 67677- 
67686. 

Providence lithograph co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 500-566 

Ananias and Sapphira. Man falling 
before man standing with right arm 
raised, other men and women standing 
near. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67281. 

Apostles' confidence in God. One 
man seated and another standing near 
him, talking to group of men before 
them. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67280. 

Apostolic council. Man standing at 
table around which several men are 
seated. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67284. 

Ascension of Christ. Group of men 
watching Christ ascending while two 
angels appear in background. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67429. 

Birth of Christ. Baby Jesus lying 
in manger with Mary kneeling on one 
side and Joseph standing on other 
side. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67438. 

Christ at the feast. Christ with 
arms upraised standing before group 
of men. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67291. 

Christ before Pilate. Christ with 
hands bound and crown of thorns on 
head standing before Pilate, and group 
of men below. © 1 c. Jan. 10. 1923 ; G 
67431. 

Christ raising Lazarus. Christ bend- 
ing over woman kneeling on ground 
and weeping, with other men and wo- 
men in background. © 1 c. Jan. 10. 
V.Y2;\; G 67424. 



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Peovidence lithogeaph co. — Contd. 

Christ risen. Christ standing and 
woman kneeling near him with arms 
outstretched. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; G 

67285. 

Christ the bread of life. Christ 
standing with group of men standing 
about him. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; G 
67289. 

Christ's first disciple. 1. Christ 
standing in pathway and two men ap- 
proaching him. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; 
G 67293. 

Ohrist standing in midst of 

group of people, with woman at his 
side. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67294. 

Christ's prayer for his disciples. 
Christ kneeling in prayer in midst of 
his disciples. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; G 
67292. 

Daniel's abstinence. Man holding 
tray on which are wine and food, and 
Daniel standing by table where other 
young men are seated, refuses the 
wine. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67440. 

Dorcas raised to life. Woman lying 
upon couch and man kneeling beside 
it. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67283. 

Downfall of Judah. Men on horse- 
back about to pass through doorway 
where man is standing with lantern in 
hand. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67297. 

Draught of fishes, Jesus seated in 
one of fishing boats, one fisherman 
kneeling before him and another stand- 
ing. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67449. 

Easter lesson. Two Marys in fore- 
ground and angel (sitting on stone 
rolled back from sepulchre. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67433. 

Excellent woman. Two women, one 
holding basket and other distributing 
food to poor people. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1923 ; G 67268. 

Fiery furnace. King and his guard 
looking into fiery furnace where four 
figures are standing. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1923 ; G 67439. 

First Christian martyr. Man kneel- 
ing on ground while being stoned by 
group of men in background. ©1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67282. 

Fruits of wisdom. Man pouring wa- 
ter into trough for two horses to 
drink. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67445. 

Gospel preached at Antioch. Flight 
of steps leading up to bridge across 
river to city, with mountains in back- 
ground. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67272. 



Heavenly inheritance. Group of 
people traveling along path through 
mountains and others praying in fore- 
ground. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; G 

67428. 

Jacob and Esau. Man with bow 
and arrows seated in doorway and 
another standing beside stone. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67450. 

Johoakim's wickedness. Jehoakim 
tearing the roll and burning it while 
group of men and soldiers in back- 
ground look on. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; 
G 67427. 

Jeremiah persecuted. King seated 
in chair and elderly man standing be- 
fore him with his hands tied behind 
back. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67295. 

Jesus and Nicodemus. Jesus and 
Nicodemus, with lantern at his side 
seated on house-top in moonlight. © 
1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67432. 

Jesus, Lord of the Sabbath. Jesus 
standing in wheat field and other men 
in path behind him. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1923 ; G 67452. 

Job's appeal to God. Man seated on 
ground with hands clasped looking 
up, and three other men sitting near 
him. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67266. 

Job's confession and restoration. 
Man standing beside burning altar, 
and three other men kneeling in prayer 
near him. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; G 
67267. 

John the Baptist beheaded. Group 
of people watching four men carrying 
body of John the Baptist to tomb. 
© 1 c. 10, 1923 ; G 67443. 

Joshua the high priest. Figure of 
angel standing with left hand up- 
raised and right on shoulder of high 
priest. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67276. 

King of Zion. Christ on hill wrest- 
ling with angry man, and group of 
angry men near rod of iron and sun- 
dry bands on ground below. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67437. 

Kingdom of Christ. Little child 
with lion, wolf, leopard and other 
animals. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; G 
67434. 

Lord's supper. Jesus seated at head 
of table around which several men are 
sitting. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67273. 

Messiah's reign. Christ standing on 
hiftside praying, and group of people 
kneeling before him with bowed heads. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67435. 



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Messiah's wisdom. Man seated in 
his work-room casting. © 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1923 ; G 67269. 

Moses praying for Israel. Two men 
kneeling before altar in prayer. © 1 
c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67430. 

Nebuchadnezzar's dream. Daniel 
standing on rug and Nebuchadnezzar 
kneeling with head bowed, and group 
of people looking on in background. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67436. 

New covenant. Man kneeling be- 
fore two tables of stone. © 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1923 ; G 67288. 

Paralytic healed. Jesus standing 
beside paralytic lying in hammock let 
down through roof, and group of peo- 
ple surrounding him. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1923 ; G 67441. 

Paul at Jerusalem. Paul and three 
soldiers standing at top of stone steps 
crowd of soldiers and men below. © 
1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67265. 

Paul at Mileta. Paul standing be- 
fore three other men, clasping hands 
of two of them. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
G 67264. 

Paul at Rome. Paul standing 
chained to seated soldier while speak- 
ing to three men seated and three 
others standing near door. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1923; G 67448. 

Paul before Agrippa. Paul chained 
to soldier standing before King 
Agrippa seated between man and wo- 
man on elevation, with group of sold- 
iers in background. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1923 ; G 67451. 

Paul before Felix. Paul with right 
arm raised standing before man and 
woman seated. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
G 67263. 

Paul called to Europe. Paul re- 
clining on couch with lamp on stand 
near him and vision of man in hack- 
ground. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67262. 

Paul shipwrecked. Wrecked ship 
from which people are trying to swim 
to shore. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; G 
67447. 

Personal responsibility. Man stand- 
ing by table at which two others are 
seated drinking. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
G 67271. 

Peter delivered from prison. An- 
gel standing at door of prison arid 
Peter kneeling on floor with soldier 
asleep beside him. © 1 c. .Jan. 2, 
1923; G 67275. 



Peter's vision. Peter kneeling on 
housetop, watching vision of vessel 
containing all manner of beasts of 
field. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67277. 

Philip and the Ethiopian. Two men 
in chariot and footman walking by 
horses, with other horses in back- 
ground. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67274. 

Philip preaching at Samaria. Philip 
refusing to accept coins which man in 
doorway is offering him. © 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1923 ; G 67279. 

Power of the Gospel. Paul stand- 
ing on rock with arm upraised, 
preaching to people around him. © 1 
c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67426. 

Prayer of the penitent. Man kneel- 
ing in prayer near lamp in doorway. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67442. 

Presentation in the temple. Simeon 
holding baby Jesus in arms, with 
Joseph, Mary and another woman 
standing near. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; 
G 67423. 

Resurrection of Christ, 1. Christ 
standing in field with two Marys 
kneeling before him. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1923 ; G 67278. 

2. Two angels seated, and two 

women standing near door-way which 
another woman is entering. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1923; G 67270. 

Risen Christ and his disciples, 
Christ standing on shore, looking to- 
ward fishermen in boat. © 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1923; G 67286. 

Saul of Tarsus converted. Saul 
kneeling on ground near large tree 
with rays of light shining upon him, 
other men lying on ground near . © 1 
c. Jan. 19, 1923; G 67425. 

Song of salvation. Group of people 
standing on breakwater at foot of 
large stone cross, and waves raging 
below. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 67287. 

Temptation of Jesus. Jesus stand- 
ing on cliff overlooking village at foot 
of hill. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; G 
67444. 

Transfiguration. Figure of Christ 
standing with arms raised, and three 
men kneeling before him. © 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1923; G 67440. 

True children of God . Christ stand- 
ing before group of men with left arm 
raised. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; G 07290. 

Visit of the wise men. and (light into 
Egypt. Three wise men on camels 
following star above, and Joseph with 
Mary and baby .losus on donkey flee- 
ing into Egypt below. © 1 c. .Ian. 
10, 1923; C, »!74o3. 



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567 



pt. iv, n. s., v. IS 



Providence lithograph co. — Contd. 

Word made flesh. Baby Jesus and 
lamb in manger. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
G 67296. 

Putnam (Grace S.) New York. 567 
Bve-lo baby. Modelled head of in- 
fant. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923 ; G 67467. 

Rarick (Mary Edith Jones) Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. 568 

Temple. Drawing of Grecian lady 
seated talking to little boy, with sun 
in background. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; 
G 67469. 

Rea (Louis E.) San Francisco. 

569-576 

Dawn in Lucas Valley, Calif. 
[Shrubbery and row of trees in fore- 
ground and barren hills in back- 
ground] 

Diablo (Mt.) from above Tunnel 
Road, Calif. [View showing slope of 
hill covered with shrubbery in fore- 
ground and barren hills in back- 
ground] 

Just off Nicasio Road, Calif. [Three 
clumps of trees and shrubbery in fore- 
ground, and barren hills in distance] 

Lupin and poppies near San Ge- 
ronimo, Calif. [Flowers and clusters 
of trees on slope of hill in foreground, 
and barren hills in distance] 

Near the head of Lucas Valley, 
Calif. [Scattering bunches of shrub- 
bery on hillside at right and barren 
ridge in background] 

San Geronimo Hills, Calif. [View 
showing trees and shrubbery at right 
and barren hills in background] 

Tamalpais (Mt.) from near Gal- 
linas. Calif. [Two small clumps of 
trees and shrubbery on hillside at 
right, and barren hills in background] 

Tamalpais (Mt.) from Sleepy Hol- 
low Ridge, Calif. [Small clump of 
trees on hillside at left and large bar- 
ren mountain in distance] 

© 1 c. each Feb. 13, 1923 : G 67808- 
67815. 

Rebechini (Guido) Chicago. 577 

Sheik. [Design for table lamp with 
figure of young Arab playing musical 
instrument at base] © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1923 ; G 67772. 

Ren wick (William W.) Short Hills, 

N. J. 578-589 

Chinese ducks. [Three ducks with 

tuft of feathers on heads, swimming 

on lake] 



East wind. [Bas-relief panel show- 
ing nude boy sitting astride dolphin] 

Gulf stream. [Relief panel show- 
ing fish in turbulent water] 

Hear no evil, speak no evil, see no 
evil. [Relief panel showing female 
figure with fingers in ears in center, 
another with eyes closed at left, and 
one with finger on lips at right] 

Ho-ho birds. [Painting of panel 
showing two birds with long tail- 
feathers flying over marsh] 

North wind. [Relief panel show- 
ing winged female figure drifting in 
wind surrounded by gulls] 

Ophelia. [Relief panel showing girl 
plucking flowers in garden] 

Spring. [Three panels showing, in 
center, two girls dancing while boy 
plays pipes, female figure in panel at 
right and male figure in panel at left] 

Twenty-third Psalm. [Relief panel 
showing King David playing harp in 
center, surrounded by figures of other 
Biblical characters entwined in grape- 
vine] 

Virgin of the Lilies. [Three panel 
painting showing mother with baby in 
arms surrounded by lilies in center, 
and winged figure in panel at right 
and left] 

Virgin of the Rose. [Relief model 
showing woman with baby in arms 
above rose and cherubs around base] 

West wind. [Bas-relief panel show- 
ing male figure standing astride 
dragon] 

© 1 c. each Feb. 15. 1923 : G 67743- 
67754. 

Rhind (J. Massey) New York. 590 
Cushman (Francis W.) memorial. 
Large exedra flanking die which sup- 
ports heroic bronze statue of Cush- 
man. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; G 67827. 

Rockwell (Emlyn Enola) New 
York. 591 

Mother and child. Drawing of 
profile of mother with arm around 
baby girl. © 1 c. Feb. 23. 1923; G 
67900. 

Rosales (Emanuel O. de) Milan, 

Italy. 592 

Nijinsky. Model of standing male 

figure of dancer in harlequin costume. 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; G 67420. 



20 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 1, 1923 



652 



Rumsey (Mary H.) Westbury, N. Y. 

593-652 

Andrion, 1 ; by Cbaiies C. Rumsey. 
Model of hound seated on plinth with 
relief of rabbits at corners. 

2 ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 

Model of hound seated on plinth with 
rabbits in relief at corners. 

Buffalo ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Model of buffalo walking. 

Buffalo and calf; by Charles C. 
Rumsey. Model of buffalo walking fol- 
lowed by calf. 

Buffalo and wolves; by Charles C. 
Rumsey. Sculptured group of several 
wolves attacking buffalo. 

Bull ; by Charles C. Rumsey. Model 
of bull standing with head up. 

Bull, horse and rider ; by Charles C. 
Rumsey. Model of charging bull 
which has thrown horse and its rider 
to ground. 

Bust of girl ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Model of head of girl with bobbed hair 
and bangs. 

Calf and colt ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Figure of standing calf facing colt. 

Candelabra ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Model of three prong candlestick with 
figures of snakes and birds on shaft 
and turtles at base. 

Centaur ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Sculptured group of Indian riding on 
pony's neck and shooting bow. 

Charging bull; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Model of bull with head down 
hooking ground. 

Colt scratching its nose; by Charles 
C. Rumsey. Figure of colt in act of 
rubbing its nose on foreleg. 

Dancer; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Model of figure of nude girl dancing 
with hands up. 

Dog; by Charles C. Rumsey. Bas- 
relief plaque showing dog standing 
with head up. 

Dying Indian ; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Sculptured group showing In- 
dian with head bowed seated on pony. 

Equestrienne; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Sculptured group of young wo- 
man sitting in side-saddle upon horse. 

Equestrienne relief; by Charles C. 
Rumsey. Bas-relief plaque showing 
young woman seated in side-saddle on 
horse, with dog prancing ahead of 
horse. 

Fighting horses ; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Model of two horses standing on 
hind feet, biting one another. 



Figure for fountain, 1 ; by Charles 
C. Rumsey. Sculptured figure of nude 
man seated on cubical plinth with 
head turned toward left shoulder. 

; by Charles C. Rumsey. Sculp- 
tured figure of nude woman poised 
upon mash with elbow resting upon 
upraised knee. 

Fireplace, 1 ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Model of decorative mantel with two 
columns supporting frieze of animals 
in relief and surmounted by seated 
female figure. 

Fountain of three figures; by 
Charles C. Rumsey. Three nude 
female figures dancing around jet of 
water. 

George (Saint) ; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Sculptured group of man on 
horseback in combat with dinosaurus. 

Goose and frog ; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Model of goose with wings spread 
and mouth open, standing over frog. 

Horse and boy drinking ; by Charles 
C. Rumsey. Model of horse standing 
and boy lying on ground while drink- 
ing from pool. 

Horse's head in relief ; by Charles C. 
Rumsey. Low relief medallion show- 
ing left profile of horse's head. 

Joan of Arc, 1 ; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Sculptured group of woman seat- 
ed upon horse with spear raised in 
right hand. 

2 ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 

Sculptured group of woman on horse- 
back with right arm raised above her 
head. 

Kneeling filly; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Model of horse kneeling. 

Knighthood ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Model of knight in armor mounted on 
partly armored horse. 

Lion cub, 1 ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Model of lion cub standing with head 
up. 

2 ; by Charles C. Rumsey. Fig- 
ure of lion cub lying prone. 

Man and horse in quicksand ; by 
Charles C. Rumsev. Sculptured group 
of man and horse struggling in quick- 
sand. 

Mountain and valley; by Charles 0. 
Rumsey. Figure of man on knees 
bending over woman lying upon her 
beck. 

Mounted Indian ; by Charles G. Rum- 
sey. Sculptured group of Indian 
mounted on pony looking backwards. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Rumsey (Maey H.) — Continued. 

Old Virginian; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Sculptured group showing old 
man on horseback followed by three 
hounds. 

Pagan kin ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Model of nude woman lying on her 
elbows and back with knees raised. 

Pan ; by Charles C. Rumsey. Model 
of nude youth seated playing pipes. 

Panel, 1-3; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
H'gh relief panel showing several men 
on horses racing. 

Pied piper ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Figure of boy playing pipes while 
walking, and figure of woman lying at 
his feet. 

Portrait bust ; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Model of head of negro. 

Portrait of a lady; by Charles C. 
Rumsey. Statue of standing lady in 
evening gown with hands resting at 
sides. 

Rearing pony ; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Model of horse standing on hind 
feet with neck arched. 

Reclining girl ; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Model of nude girl lying partly 
on side with legs intertwined. 

Reel ning man; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Model of man lying on his side, 
partly supporting self by elbow and 
hand. 

Rockefeller fountain, 1 ; by Charles 
C. Rumsey. Figure of nude boy 
seated on stump around which two 
pumas are playing. 

2 ; by Charles C. Rumsey. Fig- 
ures of two pumas trying to climb 
shaft surmounted by animal figure. 

Rolling filly ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Model of horse in act of rolling on 
ground. 

Running g'rl; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Statue of girl poised on one foot 
in running posture with hand raised 
to hat. 

Sandy ; by Charles C. Rumsey. Fig- 
ure of seated Scotch terrier. 

Silting girl; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Statue of nude woman seated with one 
hand on knee and other on foot. 

Star gazer ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Model of standing figure of nude boy 
looking up. 

Thin dancer ; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Model of figure of nude g.rl in act 
of dancing. 



Three hours old; by Charles C. 
Rumsey. Model of baby colt trying to 
walk. 

Victory; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
High relief plaque showing winged 
female figure with shield and sword 
striding upon clouds. 

Wild horses; by Charles C. Rumsey. 
Sculptured group of two horses snap- 
ping at one another. 

Wounded horse ; by Charles C. Rum- 
sey. Relief of horse lying on ground 
with arrow in its side. 

© 1 c. each Jan. 22, 1923 ; G 67480- 
67539. 

Sailoe (Cheistophee) San Francisco. 

653 
End of the trail. [Book-end with 
relief of man on horseback.] © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1923 ; G 67692. 

Scheibe (Royal Adolph) Milwaukee. 

654 

Balm of the breeze. [Statue of nude 

female figure standing with hands 

clasped over head, leaning backward] 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67421. 

Schling (Max) New York. 655 

Messenger boy. Drawing of boy 
with box of flowers walking on tele- 
graph wires. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; G 
67479. 

Schnack (Maetin Ralph ) Los 
Angeles. 656 

Delphic seeress incense burner. 
Egyptian woman reclining on couch 
and gazing at crystal ball near vase 
on end of couch. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1923 ; 
G 67942. 

Seaes (Philip S.) Brookline, Mass. 

657 
Golf caddie. [Model of boy with 
case of golf sticks on back and flag- 
in hand] © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; G 
67730. 

Selby shoe co., Portsmouth, O. 658 
Deck scene ; by Warren Baumgarten. 
Drawing showing pair of Oxfords 
above deck scene and jgail-boat in 
background. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; G 
67462. 

Shaep (Enteepe) Greenville, 111. 659 
Dante reilef book-end. Rectangular 
block with sloping front bearing bust 
of Dante in relief. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1923 ; G 67554. 



22 



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no. 1, 1923 



684 



Shields (Clara Marguerite) New 
York. 660 

Maryana. Model of head of girl. 
© 1 c. Dec. 11, 1922 ; G 67758. 

Shuman (Raphael Roy) Chicago. 

661 
I am naked, cold, ashamed — have a 
heart ; by Axel Raedel. [Drawing of 
nude girl seated on rock with hair 
hanging down over face and knees] 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923 ; G 67558. 

Smith (C. McKnight) New York. 

662 
Three masted auxilliary schooner. 
Yacht with all sails set, wind over 
port quarter, light ship in distance and 
two gulls in foreground. © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1923; G 67842. 

Sorrehl (Lewis) Franklin, N. H. 

663 
Old man of the mountain. [Bas- 
relief panel showing left profile of 
man's head on side of mountain] © 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1923 ; G 67930. 

Spata (Epiphany) Galveston, Tex. 

664 
Shoe shop. [Drawing of yourlg man 
watching girl put on shoe] © 1 c. 
Dec. 14, 1922 ; G 67302. 

Spicer (William Francis) Farming- 
ham Center, Mass. 665 
Standing off and on. Drawing of 
frigate Constitution in mid-ocean. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; G 67298. 

Strait (Martha Ensign) Washing- 
ton. 666 

All roads lead to Almas Temple. 
Drawing of two camels and riders ap- 
proaching U. S. Capitol. © 1 c. Feb. 
2, 1923; G 67764. 

Swan (Mrs. John Lansing) Brook- 
lyn. 667 
Seal and pin ; by Mirabeau C. 
Towns. Design showing ear of corn 
with husk turned back. © lc. Feb. 13, 
1923; G 67807. 

Swayze (Juliet) Brooklyn. 668 

Coue ange. [Painting showing fig- 
ure with wings standing on crescent 
surrounded bv stars] © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1923 ; G 67472. 

Taber Prang art co., Springfield, 
Mass. 669 

Lord's prayer; by W. and D. Auds- 
ley. [Inscription surrounded by vine 
and leaf border] © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1922 ; 
G (57818. 



Thompson (Kate E.) Pompton. 

670, 671 

Power. Drawing of cats on railing 

one of which has caught a fish, and 

birds singing on bough of tree, with 

telephone wires and hills in distance. 

What happened to father. Drawing 
of cats on railing in foreground, owl in 
theater box at left, birds singing on 
bough of tree, telegraph wires and 
hills in background. 

© 1 c. each Jan. 10, 1923 ; G 67477, 
67478. 

Universal engraving & colorplate 
co., Cleveland. 672 

Girl ; by Rico Tomaso. Girl sitting 
in window under mistletoe, with win- 
ter scene in background. © 1 c. Jan. 
6, 1923 ; G 67465. 

Unti (Orlando) Philadelphia. 

673, 674 
Blessed Mother. [Figure of Ma- 
donna standing in rough stone arch 
and woman kneeling before her] 

Sacred Heart. [Figure of Jesus 
standing in rough stone arch] 

© 1 c. each Jan. 3, 1923; G 67395, 
67396. 

Viafora (Gianni) New York. 675 

Mussolini (Benrito) Caricature 
drawing. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; G 
67757. 

Wagner (Robert Clark) Toledo, O. 

676-678 
Eastern Star emblem. Five-pointed 
star surrounded by flowers. 

Knights of Columbus emblem. 
Maltese cross, shield, fasces, sword 
and anchor surrounded by flowers. 

Masonic emblem. Square and com- 
pass enclosing letter, G, surrounded by 
flowers. 

© 1 c. each Feb. 2, 1923; G 67722- 
67724. 

Warren (Jason Waterman) Cleve- 
land. 679-684 
Coal that will burn : by Frank X. 
Wilcox. [Man watching fireman 
shoveling coal into furnace] © 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1923 ; G 6792S. 

Two-panel decorative border. 1 : by 
George W. Andrews. Drawing of 
grapevine border around upper panel 

and beaded border around lower panel. 
© 1 e. Dee. 15. IJVJL! ; G 67415. 



23 



685 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

pt. iv, n. s., v. 18, no. 1, 1923 



Warren (Jason Waterman) — Contd. 

, 2 ; by Frank N. Wilcox. Draw- 
ing of baroque strap design raised 
on flat straight-line background. © 
1 c. Dec. 15, 1922 ; G 67416. 

-, 3; by Frank N. Wilcox. 

Drawing of flat interlaced design on 
straight-line background. © 1 c. Dec. 
15, 1922 ; G 67417. 

-, 4. Drawing of crossed-square 

background surrounding plain heavy 
border with rectangular openings to 
pebble design background inside. © 1 
c. Dec. 15, 1922 ; G 67418. 

, 5. Drawing of heavy vertical- 
line background with plain line 
around each panel and heavy line 
around outer edge of background. © 
1 c. Dec. 15, 1922 ; G 67419. 

Watts (Jos. S. & Lew V.) Cincinnati. 

685 
Study in foulology. Drawing of 
plantation scene, showing small farm- 
house, well, and chicken house. © 1 
c. Feb. 12, 1923 ; G 67819. 

Weaver (Jay Wm.) New York. 686 

Bud wan. Model of oriental figure 
with turban on head, holding plaque 
in hands. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; G 
67718. 

Weinman (Adolph A.) New York. 

687, 688 

Duet. Sculptured group of faun 
seated on rock playing flute to baby 
faun lying at his side whistling. © 
1 c. Dec. 19, 1922; G 67414. 

On nimble toe. Model of nude fig- 
ure of girl poised on right foot with 
left leg extended forward, holding 
hoop in hands. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1922 ; 
G 67463. 
Wheeler (Kathleen) Chicago. 689 

Mephistophele. Model of male fig- 
ure with sword by side and cloak on 
arm. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; G 67691. 
White (B. W.) Cleveland. 690 

Victor axle co. plant. [Drawing 
showing factory buildings with large 
glass windows] © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923 ; 
G 67715. 

Winterhalder (Erwin) San Fran- 
cisco. 691 

Ching-a-ling god. Model of figure 
of Chinese guard standing with club 
in hand. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; G 
67471. 



Wolf and Lavenson, Philadelphia. 

692, 693 

Child with apple and dog; by Van 
Art co. [Child standing with apple 
in right hand and small dog at feet] 

Lady in red; by Haskell Coffin. 
[Left three-quarter view bust por- 
trait of lady with bare shoulders] 

© 1 c. each Feb. 23, 1923 ; G 67933, 
67934. 

Wolff (Louis) & co., ltd., London. 

694-696 

Amateurs ; by F. M. Bennett. In- 
terior showing lady playing spinet on 
which man at left is leaning with 
violin in hand and man at right 
playing mandolin. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1923; G 67767. 

Nearing the end ; by F. M. Ben- 
nett. Interior of library, where two 
elderly men seated at table are play- 
ing chess while man with book and 
glasses in hand looks on. © 1 c. Jan. 
29, 1923; G 67768. 

Point of the story; by Frank M. 
Bennett. Interior showing one man 
standing in front of fireplace, telling 
story while two men seated at table 
listen. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; G 67400. 

Wynne-Bo yden (Luna) Raleigh N. C. 

697 

Bear ash-tray. Model of figure of 
bear sitting on rocks. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1923; G 67257. 



Zeitlin (Alexandre) New York. 



698 



Nightmare. [Sculptured group of 
hugh cave-man carrying nude girl in 
his arms] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; G 
67853. 

Zilver (Alida) New York. 690 

1918, world war. Model of figure 
of American soldier with helmet on 
head and gun on shoulder. © 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1923 ; G 67458. 

Zimmermann (Frank M. ) New York. 

700 

Sixth zone beyond. Buildings along 
beautiful avenues and groves with 
temple in center. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; 
G 67408. 



Number of entries of Works of Art, included in the catalogue since 
Jan. 1, 1923 700 



24 



CLASS H-K. 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 
OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Abel (Michael) Columbus, O. 701 
[Red fan] © Dec. 25, 1922; 2 c. 
Dec. 27; K 171403. 

Academy of the assumption, Welles- 
ley Hills, Mass. Wellesley Hills, 
Mass., Academy of the assump- 
tion : 702-713 
Alcove, main corridor, 11 — And 
Seton hall, 7. — General office. 8. — Main 
corridor, 10. — Miller suite, 5. — Power 
house and laundry, 12. — Reception 
room, 9. — Seton lodge, 3. — Wellesley 
Hills, Mass., academy of the assump- 
tion, 1, 2. © Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 23, 1923; K 171973-171975, 
171977, 171979-171984. 

Wellesley Hills, Mass., St. Joseph's 
academy and Berchmans hall, 6. © 
Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1923; K 
171978. 

Grotto of our Lady of Lourdes, 

4. © Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1923 ; 
K 171976. 

Adams (Elmer J.) Los Angeles. 

714 
Southern California Edison light 
and power sub-station in flames. <^> 
Jan. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 12 ; J 259995. 

Adler & Ast, New York. 715 

From the Valley of the Kings, Koran 
frocks. (In Women's wear) © Jan. 
24, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 25; K 172014. 

Adrianzen (Javier II) Asheville, N. 
C. 716 

Job, espc. 4. [6 sheets, blueprints] 
© 1 c. Nov. 16, 1922; I 7348. 

Advertising features, inc., New York. 

717 
They're off. © Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. 
Mar. 7; K 173230. 

Aitken (Robert Thomas) Honolulu. 

718-720 

Falls of Faataua. © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1923; J 259130. 

Incoming mail boat. © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1923; J 259151. 

Old order changeth. © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1923; J 259152. 



Alvey, Ferguson co., inc., Cincinnati. 

721-724 

[Proposed A-F conveyor system for 

bradley - Metcalf co. of Milwaukee, 

Wis. Blueprint] © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923 ; 

I 7484. 

for Shaft, Pierce shoe co., Fair- 

bault, Minn., 23065. [Blueprint] © 

1 c. Feb. 17, 1923 ; I 7660. 

for Weyenberg shoe mf g. co., of 

Milwaukee, Wis. [Blueprint] © 1 c. 
Jan. 13, 1923 ; I 7485. 

Proposed conveyor system for Men- 
zies shoe co., Fond Du Lac, Wis., F 
22731. [Blueprint] © Jan. 11, 1923 ; 

2 c. Jan. 17 ; I 7578. 

American agricultural chemical co. 

(Agricultural service bureau of 

the) Boston. 725-733 

Minnesota, lettuce, M 207. © 1 c. 

Feb. 5, 1923 ; J 259884. 

potatoes, A (802, 802A, 803, 804, 

804A, 806. 808A, 809A) © 1 c. each 
Feb. 5, 1923 ; J 259885-259892. 

American art works, Coshocton, O. 

734 
Pleasing message, series 1225, no. 
2452. © Dec. 7, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 26; 
K 171709. 

American bank note co., New York. 

735-745 
Bethlehem steel corp., special C 
1844. © Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1923 ; K 172478. 

C 1838, C 1839. © Dec. 18. 1922; 
2 c. each Jan. 23, 1923; K 171988, 
171989. 

Higginson (Lee) and co., special C 
1837. © Dec. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23. 
1923 ; K 171990. 

Morgan (J. P.) & co., special G 1843. 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; K 
172480. 

Prince of Wales (H. R. H.) Canada 
special, A 20. © Jan. 31. 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 10; K 172479. 



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746 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



American bank note co. — Continued. 

Timken roller bearing co., special C 
1850. © Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; 
K 173405. 

Yunnan Kor Pick railway bank, 
special C 1847. © Feb. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 13 ; K 173403. 

special C 1849. © Feb. 13, 

1923 ; K 173404. © Feb. 13, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 13 ; K 173404. 

special C 1851. © Feb. 19, 

1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 13 ; K 173406. 

special C 1353. © Feb. 26, 

1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 13 ; K 173407. 



Long 



Island 
746 



American chicle co 
City, L. I., N. Y. 
Picking up the trail. (In People's, 
Feb. 15, 1923) © Feb. 5, 1923; 1 c. 
Feb. 6 ; K 172279. 

American European patent co., inc., 
New York. 747 

Signs of the times. © Feb. 16, 1923 ; 
2 c. Mar. 3 ; K 173127. 

American gear co., Chicago. 748 

American gear company products. 

© Jan. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; K 172097. 

American geographical society of 

N. Y., New York. 749 

Sangay Volcano. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1923 ; J 259707. 

American lithographic co.. New 
York. 750 

[Amlico Indian for 1923] © Dec. 
31, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1923 ; K 172206. 

American railway assn., New York. 

751 
Cross crossings cautiously. © Mar. 
12, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 13 ; K 173408. 

American top & body co., Delphi. Ind. 

752 

[Speedster automobile body] © 
Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1923 ; K 172497. 

American weekly, inc., New York. 

753-761 

Dog's life. Beggars' opera, 4. © 
Jan. 7, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 6 ; K 170949. 

Come on down here where I 

can get at you, you coward, 10. © 
Feb. 18, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 17 ; K 172735. 

His new year's good resolutions, 

11. © Feb. 25, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 24; K 
173019. 

His troubled dream [etc, 9] © 

Feb. 11, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 10 ; K 172446. 



Meditations after a casual 

meeting, 12. © Mar. 11, 1923; 1 c. 
Mar. 10 ; K 173395. 

Out of luck, 5. © Jan. 14, 

1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 15 ; K 171530. 

Rough stuff in the nursery, 6. 

© Jan. 21, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 20; K 
171730. 

That coal black mammy o'mine, 

7. © Jan. 28, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 27; K 
172031. 

Trouble brewing, 8. © Feb. 4, 

1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 3 ; K 172248. 

Ames, Emerich & co., Chicago. 762 
Build your fortune with the corner 
stone of safety. © Dec. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 15, 1923 ; K 171529. 

Ancient Arabic order of the nobles 
of the mystric shrine, washing- 
TON, D. C, Almas temple, 1923 
shrine committee, Washington. 

763 
Washington, June 1923. Park your 
camel with Uncle Sam'l. © Feb. 1, 
1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; K 172658. 

Anderson (Werner) New York. 764 
Direct from mine to consumer. © 
Jan. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 16 ; K 171534. 

Anderson studio, Greensboro, N. C. 

765 
Jefferson standard life insurance co. 
bldg. © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; 
J 260289. 

Andrews (Clarence L.) Seattle. 766 
Washington (Univ. of) laying corner- 
stone. © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; 
J 259897. 

Ankeney (John Velle) Columbia, 

Mo. 767 

National academy visual instruction 

seal. © Feb. 28, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 24; 

J 260237. 

Antonoff (E. E.) Cleveland. 768 
[Lord's prayer pictorial] © Dec. 
15, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 13 ; K 170874. 

Arrow novelty co., inc., New York. 

769-771 

Panama canal. Culebra cut, sou- 
venir [etc.] © Dec. 13, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 
5, 1923 ; K 170935. 

Gatun locks, souvenir [etc] © 

Dec. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1923; K 
170936. 

■ souvenir. © Feb. 19, 1923; 2 

c. Feb. 20 ; K 172865. 



26 



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no. 1, 1923 



804 






Ashen-Bretjner (Sidney) St. Louis. 

772-775 

St. Louis, Mo., Art museum, ro- 
mantic portals of art. © Feb. 1, 1923 ; 
2 c. Feb. 7 ; J 260123. 

Christ church cathedral, a bit 

of mediaevalism. © Oct. 1, 1921; 2 
c. Feb. 7, 1923 ; J 259908. 

s Kingsbury place, north, a vista. 

© Jan. 1, 1923 : 2 c. Feb. 7 ; J 259906. 

Vandeventer place, shadowed 

entrance. © Jan. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; 
J 259907. 

Astor (Opal) Los Angeles. 776 

Listening in. © Feb. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 5; J 260336. 

Atkins studio, Waterville, Me. 777 
Charland (Rev. Father) © Jan. 
27, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; J 259896. 

Atlantic City life guards beneficial 
assn., Atlantic City. 778 

A. C. Life guard. © Feb. 15, 1923 ; 
2 c. Feb. 23; K 172985. 

Atlas Plywood corp., Boston. 779 
Chart showing proper thickness of 
veneer [etc. Blueprint] © Dec. 20, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1923 ; I 7566. 

AtLxVs ptg. co., Binghamton, N. Y. 

780 
MacDonald (J.) © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1923 ; J 260426. 

Augustine (A. M.) Normal, 111. 

781, 782 
Giant Concord grapes, A, B. © Jan. 
24, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 27 ; J 259718, 
259719. 

Averill (Frances Adele) Washing- 
ton. Washington, D. C. 783-785 
Library of Congress, interior view 
with mosaic, Minerva, in center. — 
Library of Congress, mosaic, Min- 
erva.— U. S. Capitol. © Jan. 20, 1923 ; 
2 c. each Jan. 23 ; J 259657-259659. 

Aylett (Charles) Toronto. 786 

Canada's loveliest child. © Dec. 11, 
1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923 ; J 259439. 

Babovec (Thomas) Childress, Tex. 

787 
Safety first. © 1 c. Feb. 19. 1923; 
J 260079. 

Bailey (L. D.) Bridal Veil, Or. 788 
Adams (Mt.) over fog from Larch 
Mt, Or. © Dec. 8, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1923 ; J 259405. 



Bailey. Banks & Biddle co., Phila- 
delphia. 789 
[Ring furnished the Manhattan 
college.] © Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 
17 ; K 173504. 

Baizerman (Saul) New York. 790 
[Plastic anatomical dictionary] © 
1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; I 7486. 

Baldwin (Josephine L.) New York. 

791 
Whole wide world. © Jan. 13, 
1923; 1 c. Jan. 13; I 7600. 

Ballinger co., Philadelphia. 792-796 

[Bridgeport, Pa., plant for James 
Lees & sons co., perspective] © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1923; I 7616. 

[Building for Walter E. Hering, per- 
spective] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; I 
7481. 

Smith & Brodhead co., proposed fur- 
niture manufactory. [Perspective] © 
1 c. Jan. 27, 1923 ; I 7580. 

proposed show room and office 

building. [Perspective] © 1 c. Jan. 
27, 1923 ; I 7579. 

Woodbury, N. J., public school. 
[Perspective] © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; 
I 7639. 

BxVNks (Clyde) Bellingham, Wash. 

797-800 

[4 photographs] : 

Loading a Washington fir log. 
Barker's camp near Bellingham, 
Wash. — Logging near Bellingham, 
Wash. — Washington fir log at Barker's 
camp, near Bellingham, Wash. — Wash- 
ington logging scene at Barker's camp, 
near Bellingham, Wash. © Feb. 28, 
1923; 2 c. each. Mar. 6; J 260346- 
260349. 

Barnes (Harold S.) and Smithers 
(Jeffery W.) Canton, N. Y. 801 
Deer heads. # © 1 c. Feb, 16, 1923; 
J 260243. 

Bartlett (O. W.) La Grange, 111. 

S02 
Salesman's arch of success. (In 
Good things, Jan., 1923) © Jan. 
22, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; K 172835. 

Bassett (Vera L.) Camp Kearny. 

Calif. 803 

May your Christmas bo bright 

Tetcl © Dec. 1. 1922; 2 c. Dec. 4: 

K 171580. 

Baueb (.John- ) Detroit. 804 

[Accessory disc windshield] © 1 c. 
Feb. 2. 1923: I 7602. 



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805 



pt. iv, n. s., v. IS 



Beach (Hexey M.) Canajoharie. N. Y. 

805, 806 
Oswegatchie inn screened porch, ex- 
terior. © Feb. 15. 1923 : 2 c. Feb. 17 : 
J 260059. 

. interior. © Feb. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. 

Feb. 17; J 260058. 

Beatty (Eva Coffin) New York. 807 
Every clay in every way I am get- 
ting better and better. © Dec. 12, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1923 ; K 172010. 

Beck (Max) New York. 808-818 

[11 photographs] : 

All our work pressed by hand. — 
Children's hair cutting in all styles. — 
Does it pay to do your own wash- 
ing? — Hats cleaned and blocked. — 
Prescriptions. — Say it with flowers. — 
See us before you retire. — Shine. Spe- 
cial attention to ladies. — Suits cleaned 
and pressed. — Up to date hair bob- 
bing. — We sell hosiery that wears the 
longest. © Oct. 30. 1922: 2 c. each 
Jan. 2. 1923: J 259140-259150. 

Beelmax (David Houstox) Youngs- 
town. O. 819 
Bringing in the sheaves. © Mar. 
19, 1923 : 2 c. Mar. 20 ; K 173532. 

Beldex (Chaeles J.) Pitchfork. Wy. 

820 

Long trail a winding. © Sept. 15, 

1922; 2 c. Jan. 16. 1923: J 259403. 

Bell ( Alfred ) & co., ltd., London. 

821-831 
[Durham cathedral : by J. Alphege 
Brewer] © Jan. 25. 1923 : 1 c. Feb. 5 ; 
K 172941. 

[Exeter cathedral : south tower : by 
J. Alphesre Brewer] © Jan. 25. 1923: 
1 c. Feb. 5 : K 172940. 

[4 prints] : 

Brother and sister ^ by Arthur L. 
Cox : after rhe painting by Sir Wil- 
liam Beechey. — Burns (Robert) by H. 
Scott Bridgewater. after Alexander 
Nasmyth. — Elphinstone (Hon. Mer- 
cer) ; by Miss E. E. Milner, after the 
painting by John Hoppner. — Young 
student ; by Arthur L. Cox. after Fran- 
cois Hubert Drouais. © Jan. 15. 1923 ; 
1 c. each Jan. 16 ; K 172015-172018. 

[ 5 prints] : 

Bruges ; by J. Alphege Brewer. — 
Conti (Henrietta de Bourbon) ; by 
Will Henderson, after J. M. Nattier. — 
Maliiies ; by J. Alphege Brewer. — Pur- 
suit ; by H. T. Greenhead, after the 
pi: inting bv 7 R. Fragonard. — Salis- 



bury : by J. Alphege Brewer. © Jan. 
25. 1923 : 1 c. each Jan. 30 ; K 172209- 
172213. 

Bell Mas. W.) sox & co., New York. 

832-846 
Our own publication, plate 1 T-15 T. 
© Apr. 1. 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 31; 
K 173891-173905. 

Belo (A. H.) & co., Dallas. 847 

Restless age. © Mar. 7, 1922 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 19; K 173543. 

Bexedict (Chaeles A. R.) Edwards- 

ville, 111. 848 

Edwardsville, 111., 1812-1922. © 

Dec. 30, 1922: 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923: K 

172375. 

Bexedictixe coxvext of perpetual 
adoeatiox. ixc, Clvde, Mo. 

849, 850 
I wish you the peace the ansels 
sang [etc.] © Nov. 18, 1922: 2 c. 
Nov. 27; K 171404. 

May Christ, the Babe of Bethle- 
hem [etc.] © Nov. 18, 1922; 2 c. 
Nov. 27; K 171405. 

Bexekeb (Geeeit A.) Provincetown, 

Mass. 851 

Home maker. (In The savings & 

loan idea. Feb. 1923) © Feb. 1. 1923; 

1 c. Feb. 27 ; K 173221. 

Bexxett iJohx) Charleston. S. C. 

852 

[Youth, spring and romance] © 

Dec. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 2. 1923: K 

170827. 

Beeexdsex ( Hexey Beexaed) Mil- 
waukee. 853 
Holy face. © Dec. 15. 1922: 2 c. 
Dec. 28; K 171581. 

Beekowitz exvelope co.. Kansas City, 

Mo. 854-865 

Apparel for fall. © Apr. 19. 1923; 

2 c. Apr. 25 ; K 17448S. 

Druggist is more than a merchant. 
© Jan. 25, 1923 : 2 c. Feb. 3 ; K 172218. 

Fashions for summer time [etc] © 
Apr. 19, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 25 : K 1744S7. 

January sales. © Jan. 27. 1923 ; 
2 c. Jan. 31 ; K 172240. 

Junior apparel. © Mar. 21. 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 24 ; K 173671. 

New spring merchandise. © Jan. 
29. 1923: 2 c. Feb. 3; K 172217. 

Shop with confidence [etc] © Apr. 
5, 1923; 2 c. 9; K 174074. 

Spring silks. © Mar. 6. 1923: 2 c. 
Mar. 12; K 173398. 



28 



no. 1, 1923 



907 






Wealth of the new and the beauti- 
ful to welcome the spring. © Mar. 
6, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; K 173399. 

[3 prints] : 

Bedding. — Dress accessories. — Since 
1853, Dr. Kahler shoes. ©Mar. 30, 
1923; 2 c. each Apr. 4; K 173929- 
173931. 

Beenstein (Lewis M.) Bridgeport, 
Conn. 866 

American red man. © Dec. 6, 1922 ; 
2 c. Dec. 13 ; K 171178. 

Biegle (Katheine M.) Seattle. 867 
Woodland scene. © Feb. 1, 1923; 
2 c. Nov. 28, 1922 ; J 259993. 

Blow co., inc., New York. 868 

For 1923 follow thru. [New Year's 
card] © Dec. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 
1923 ; K 171167. 

Bishop (Haeey T.) San Diego. 869 
McCormick, (Mrs. Harold) (Ganna 
Walska) and Harold McCormick at 
Union depot, San Diego, Calif. © 
Mar. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 15 ; J 260539. 

Black (W. J.) Chicago. 870 

Flute ceremony. © Dec. 31, 1922; 
2 c. Feb. 1, 1923 ; K 172205. 

Blanha (Mamie) Des Moines. 871 
Unfinished picture. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1923 ; J 259876. 

Blood & Mooee, Seattle, 872 

Childhood. © Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 17 ; J 260376. 

Blount (Geoege B.) Toledo, O. 873 
Looking into future. © Jan. 27, 
1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 13 ; K 172727. 

Bltjmenschein (Geoege) May wood, 
111. 874 

Maywood, 111., U. S. veteran's hos- 
pital no. 76. © Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 18; K 172102. 

Bogeen (Claeence E. ) Washington. 

875 
Fingers of mummified hand show- 
ing outline of ridges of index finger. 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923 ; J 259973. 

Bonsall (William R.) Elmira, N. Y. 

876-878 
Aeroplane, 1-3. © Sept. 9, 1920; 
2 c. each Sept. 13 ; J 243197-243199. 

Bouchee, inc., New York. 879-887 

[America (Schooner yacht) plans. 
1851, 27] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; I 
7556. 



sail plan, 1851, 27 A. © 1 c. 

Jan. 25, 1923 ; I 7557. 

U. S. : Dreadnaught, lines, 29. Dread- 
naught, plans, 29 A. Navy destroyer 
310 ft., deck plan, 27 A. Navy de- 
stroyer 310 ft., sheer plan, 27. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 20, 1923 ; I 7667-7670. 

[3 drawings] : 

Merrimac (Ironclad) 1861, 24. 100 
ft. tug boat, lines, 23. 100 ft. tug boat, 
plans, 23 A. © 1 c. each Jan. 17, 1923 ; 
I 7521-7523. 

Bowen (Chaeles) Seattle. 888-895 

Columns. © Jan. 8, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 
23 ; J 260230. 

Seattle. © Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 
23 ; J 260231. 

[6 photographs] : 

Dramatics — Men's athletics. — Sen- 
ior. — Spirit of Washington. — Washing- 
ton (Univ. of) campus, commerce 
hall. — Washington (Univ. of) campus, 
commerce hall, tower. © May 25, 
1922 ; 2 c. each Feb. 23, 1923 ; J 260228, 
260229, 260232-260235. 

Bowlby (Nolan Heebeet) Los An- 
geles. 896-901 
U. S. A., the car nation of the world, 
A-E. © Feb. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. each Feb. 
19 ; K 172836-172840. 

18th century Fording the Delaware. 
20th century Fording the earth. © 
Feb. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 19 ; K 172841. 

Bowman (Daniel W.) Echo, Or. 902 
Multnomah Falls. © Feb. 17, 1923 ; 
2 c. Feb. 27 ; J 260286. 

Boye (Otto H.) San Francisco. 903 
In February. © Mar. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 8 ; J 260383. 

Beadbuey (Chaeles) Vancouver, Brit- 
ish Columbia, Canada. 904 

Casco (Schooner yacht) © Jan. 15, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 22 ; J 259639. 

Bkazee ( Claeence W. ) New York. 

905 
Plush Mill memorial bridge no. 107. 
Crum Creek. Baltimore pike, Pa. © 
1 c. Dec. 30, 1922 ; I 7477. 

Beeslee (F. H.) co., Milwaukee. 

906-907 

[Berceau vert (Green cradle) ; by 
Franz Charlet. 931] © Jan. 31, 1923 ; 
1 c. Jan. 12 ; K 172531. 

[Holland mill; by H. Cassiers. 9301 
© Jan. 31, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 12; K 
172532. 



54196—23- 



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908 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Bretzman (Chas. F.) Indianapolis. 

908 
Indianapolis, Ind.. Murat temple. 
A. A. O. N. M. S. © Feb. 21, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 28 ; J 260315. 

Beickner & Bernfeld, New York. 909 
[Calendar with line of rabbits across 
page] © Dec. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1923; K 171744. 

Bristol co., Waterbury, Conn. 910-943 

Bristol (Wm. H.) recording tacho- 
meter chart, 4229. © Nov. 1, 1922; 
2 c. Feb. 21, 1923 ; I 7685. 

Bristol's recorder chart, 0425. © 
Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1923; I 
7693. 

Bristol's recording: Liquid level 
gauge charts, 0423. 5043, 5045-5047.— 
Pressure gauge charts, 0426, 4768, 
4769, 4773. 4774. — Tachometer chart, 
4230.— Thermometer charts, 0430. 1294, 
1977-1979, 3710, 3711, 8422.— Vacuum 
gauge charts, 3245, 4770. — Water level 
gauge chart. 0428. © Nov. 1. 1922; 
2 c. each Feb. 21, 1923; I 7673-7678. 
7680-7682, 7684, 7686-7698. 

Bristol's recording volt meter chart, 
296. 7505. © Nov. 1. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 
21, 1923 ; I 7679, 7683. 

[7 drawings] 

Bristol's recording liquid level 
gauge chart, 5041. — Bristol's recording 
loss of head gauge chart, 0429. — Bris- 
tol's recording volt meter chart, 3077. — 
Chart, 0427. — Pressure gauge chart, 
02106.— Pyrometer chart, 0424— West- 
inghouse orifice meter [Chart, E.] © 
Nov. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. each Feb. 27, 1923 ; 

1 7704-7710. 

Broderick co., St. Paul. 944-973 

Mighty like a rose. © Dec. 15. 1922 : 

2 c. Feb. 7 ; J 260080. 
[6 photographs] : 

Boyhood memories. — Brook. — 
Brook's awakening. — Miss Peppy. — 
Peaceful vallev.— Shasta (Mt.) © 
Dec. 15. 1922 ; 2 c. each Feb. 7, 1923 ; 
J 260116-260121. 

[23 prints] : 

[Baseball ] — [Canoeing] — 
[Church] — [Contentment of even- 
tide] — [Dream visions] — [Faith] — 
[Falls] — [Farming]— [ Fishing] — 
[Gleam of sunshine] — [Golfing] — 
[Hood (Mt.) ] — [Hunting] — [Indus- 
try] — [Mayflower] — [Modern madon- 
na] — [Peace and plenty] — [School] — 
[So lonely 'twas, that God himself 
scarce seemed there to be] — 
[Steady] — [Thy woods and templed 



hills]— [Travel]— [Untamed] © Dec. 
10, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 5, 1923; K 
172252-172274. 

Brodigan (Joseph F.) Thompkins- 

ville, New York. 974 

Super race training svstem's. 

[Fruits of life] © Feb. 28, 1923 ; 2 c. 

Mar. 1 ; K 173062. 

Brodnax (John W.) Richmond. 975 
Only a dream. © Dec. 22, 1922; 
2 c. Jan. 4, 1923 ; K 172013. 

Bronx home news pub. co., New 
York. 976-982 

Smart Alec, Jan. 7-28, Feb. 11-Mar. 
4, 1923. [Weekly] © Jan. 7-28, Feb. 
11-Mar. 4, 1923; 1 c. each Jan. 13- 
Mar. 9; K 171582, 172103, 172104, 
172380, 172771, 173343, 173344. 

Brooke (Mary Edith) Phoenix, 

Ariz. 983 

Phoenix, Ariz., Camelback Mt. at 

sunset. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923 ; J 260337. 

Brooklyn shield & rubber co., 
Brooklyn. 984-991 

Rand : Bathing caps. — Bunny baby 
pants. — Bunny baby sets. — Bunny 
bibs and aprons. — Bunny waterproof 
sheets. — Dress shields. — Kumfit house- 
hold aprons. — Sanitary aprons, belts 
&nd bloomers. © Feb. 7, 1923; 2 c. 
each Feb. 10 ; K 172481-172488. 

Brown (Orlando W.) Denver. 992 
[Thoughtometer, a chart and device 
for determining the power of concen- 
tration of the mind] © 1 c. Jan. 8, 
1923 ; I 7583. 

Brown & Bigelow, inc., St. Paul. 

993-102S 
[Midsummer] © Jan. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 5; K 173164. 

[35 prints] : 

[Afterglow] — [Alert partners] — 
[Best of friends] — [Cossette] — [Cruis- 
ers making portage] — [Even break] — 
[Favorite pass] — [Fortune teller] — 
[Glowing rose] — [Hawaiian melo- 
dies] — [Hearts aglow] — [Home of the 
heron] — [In days of old] — [In the 
heart of the hills] — [In the land of in- 
spiration] — [Innocence] — [Just be- 
fore sunrise] — [Lady Charming] — 
[Liamilia] — [Life's sweetest treas- 
ure] — [Lovely Mary] — [Memories] — 
[Miss Quality] — [Opera singer] — 
[Realm of night] — [Solitude]— 
[Song of the lark]— [Top of the 
world] — [When evening shadows 
fall] — [Where cares are forgotten] — 



30 



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no. 1, 1923 



1109 



[Whispering clouds] — [Wonderland] — 
[Woodland majesty] — Woodland prin- 
cess^— [Yellow bird] © Feb. 1, 1923 ; 
2 c. each Mar. 5; K 173136-173163, 
173165-173171. 

Brown. Robertson co., inc., New 
York. 1029-1058 

[10 prints] : 

Among the lowly; by Leon Augus- 
tin L'Hermitte, 68. — Annunciation ; by 
Angelico. 189. — Calais gate ; by Ho- 
garth, 130. — Dance of the nymphs ; by 
Corot, 140. — Madonna of the chair ; 
by Raphael, 150. — Master Hare ; by 
Sir Joshua Reynolds, 67. — Shepherds 
of Arcadia ; by Nicolas Poussin, 162. — 
Souvenir of Italy; by Corot, 157. — 
Virgin and infant Jesus; by Murillo, 
152. — Virgin in adoration (Detail) ; 
by Perugino, 153. © Feb. 14, 1923; 2 
c. each Feb. 16 ; K 172715-172724. 

[10 prints] : 

Battersea bridge ; by James McNeil 
Whistler, 121.— Detail head, Holy 
family; by Luini, 146. — Elizabeth of 
Austria ; by Francois Clouet, 139. — • 
E'tude; by Fragonard, 161. — Fairy 
tales; by James J. Shannon, 70. — 
Harp of the winds ; by Homer D. Mar- 
tin, 69. — House of cards ; by Chardin, 
188. — Madonna Granduca ; by Ra- 
phael, 149. — Madonna. Jesus and St. 
John; by Botticelli, 192. — Sophie 
(Madame) ; by Nattier, 135. © Feb. 
6, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 8; K 172383- 
172392. 

tlO prints! : 

Charles 1st of England; by Sir An- 
thony Van Dyck, 158.— Children of 
Charles 1st ; by Sir Anthony Van Dyck, 
159.— Christus ; by H. J. M. F. Hof- 
mann. 191. — Erasmus; by Hans Hol- 
bein. 155. — Last supper ; by Leonardo 
da Vinci, 148. — Portrait of the artist ; 
by Rembrandt, 123. — Robinson (Mrs.) 
as Perdita ; by Gainsborough, 114. — 
Rocks of Belle Isle; by Claude Monet, 
122.— Salome; by Alexandre G. H. 
Regnault, 114; Stockade; by Paul 
Cezanne, 177. © Jan. 10, 1922; 2 c. 
each Feb. 23, 1923; K 172975-172984. 

Browne, Derrom freight service 
Corp., New York. 1059 

Service that saves. © Feb. 1, 1923 ; 
2 c. Jan. 27 ; K 172204. 

Buchser (E. H.) and Mahoney 

(E. J.) Tulsa, Okl. 1060 

[Universal time and star chart] © 

Dec. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923; I 

7582. 



Buckley's, St. Louis. 1061 

Buckley's better hats. © Dec. 17, 
1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 21 ; K 171179. 

Budde (Karl) Ogden, Utah. 

1062, 1063 

Glacier lake. © Apr. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 23, 1923 ; J 259661. 

Rocky Mountain peak. © Apr. 25, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; J 259662. 
Buell (Charles T.) & co., Newark, O. 

1064-1109 

Church in front of the Kaiser's pal- 
ace. — Famous arch. — Famous trees. — 
Kaiser's palace. — Kaiser's palace from 
the distance. — Liberty monument. — 
Lions monument. — Looking down un- 
ter den linden. — Statue near castle. — ■ 
Unter den linden, monument. © Feb. 
20, 1923 ; 2 c. each Feb. 21 ; J 260128. 
260131, 260132, 260134-260137, 260139, 
260141, 260142. 

[10 photographs] : 

Brookwood, Eng., cemetery. — Koefel 
(Mt.) Oberammergau, Germany. — 
Metz, Germany, statue de la poilu. — 
Oberammergau, Germany, before the 
theatre, ready for the passion play. — 
Oberammergau, Germany, house. — On 
the way to Potsdam. — Potsdam, Ger- 
many, Kaiser's kitchen. — Potsdam, 
Germany, lake between Berlin and 
Kaiser's palace. — Ready from the pas- 
sion play. — Verdun, France, trench of 
the bayonets. © Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. 
each Feb. 21 ; J 260127, 260129, 260130, 
260133, 260138, 260140, 260143-260146. 

[11 photographs] : 

After the battle. Graves and 
trenches. — Boys going over the top in 
No Man's Land. — Chateau Thierry, 
France, famous bridge blown up when 
the Americans stopped the Germans. — 
Dutch windmill. — He holds the trench 
alone. — Here we sleep. — Once a church 
in Belgium. — Prisoners carrying their 
own wounded. — Verdun, France, mar- 
tyred city, 1922. — Wave of gas. — 
Where the Germans burned their 
dead. © Feb. 27, 1923 ; 2 c. each Feb. 
2$, 1923 ; J 260304-260314. 

[15 photographs] : 

Beautiful scene near Coblentz on 
the Rhine. — Berlin, Germany, reicli- 
stag. — Bony, France, American ceme- 
tery, — Brussels, Belgium, beautiful 
arch. — Brussels, Belgium, botanical 
garden. — Burying our boys over 
there. — Coblentz, Germany, old glory 
floating over the Rhine. — Ehrenbreit- 
stein from Coblentz side across the 
Rhine. — Exact spot where Edith Cav- 



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1110 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Buell (Charles T.) & co. — Contd. 

[15 photographs] — Continued, 
all was killed. — German pill box. — 
Lily white crosses for the French but 
these black ones for the enemy. — Lit- 
tle French cemetery. — Potsdam, Ger- 
many, ex-Kaiser's front yard. — Ro- 
magne, France, American cemetery. — 
Where a German prince sleeps in Flan- 
ders Fields. © Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 16, 1923 ; J 259417-259431. 

Bull (Grace) Reno, Nev. 1110-1113 
Bull (Charles E.) impersonation of 
Abraham Lincoln, 10-13. © Feb. 17, 
1923; 2 c. each Feb. 23; J 260171- 
260174. 

Bunnell (P. B.) studio, Cleveland. 

1114, 1115 

[Brooks (J. C.) cemetery memorial. 
Blueprint.] © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923; I 
7591. 

[Gibbs cemetery memorial. Blue- 
print.] © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923; I 7590. 

Burd (C. M.) New York. 1116 

Cradle roll certificate, form 1-1. © 
Jan. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 3 ; K 172251. 

Burns (William Elton) Bucyrus, O. 

1117 
Peggy listening in. © Jan. 17, 1923 ; 
2 c. Jan. 18 ; J 259437. 

Burpee (W. Atlee) co., Philadelphia. 

1118-1129 

Burpee's zinnias. © Dec. 19, 1922; 
2 c. Jan. 15, 1923 ; K 171585. 

Hawlmark maroon, Hawlmark laven- 
der, sunset, Floradale fairy improved, 
blue stone, bridesmaid [etc. Sweet 
peas] © Dec. 19, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1923 ; K 171584. 

[10 prints] : 

Burpee's Australian brown [etc] — 
Burpee's Columbia beet [etc] — Bur- 
pee's fordhook muskmelon [etc] — Bur- 
pee's giant Pera cucumber [etc] Bur- 
pee's new dahlias [etc] — Burpee's per- 
ennial flowers [etc.] — Burpee's snap- 
dragons [etc] — Burpee's Sunnybrook 
pepper [etc] — California poppies 
[etc] — Three famous sweet corns. © 
Dec. 19. 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 4, 1923; 
K 170921-170930. 

Burr (George Elbert) Denver. 

1130-1137 

[8 prints] : 

[Bear Creek Canyon] — [Brook in 
winter] — [November] — [Old cedars 
and Spanish peaks] — [Old pine, Estes 
park] — [Pikes Peak] — [Storm near 



timberline] — [Village street, Lake Lu- 
gano] © Jan. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 
27; K 172644-172651. 

California wool growers assn., San 
Francisco. 1138 

Mother love. © Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 1 ; J 259871. 

Campbell (Frank May) Tucson, Ariz. 

1139 

Tucson, Ariz., San Xavier mission. 

© Jan. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 15 ; J 259873. 

Campbell (Harry Linn) Ann Arbor. 

1140 
Metal mixture calculator. [Blue- 
print] © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923 ; I 7534. 

Campbell (Reginald Heber) Kanka- 
kee, 111. 1141 
Lind (Jenny) Swedish nightingale. 
© Nov. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Oct. 23 ; J 260427. 

Carlisle (Bert) Santa Ana, Calif. 

1142 
In all the world no device like this. 
© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; K 
173228. 

Carroll (John Austin) Fort Smith, 
Ark. 1143 

[Game of life] © Oct. 10, 1922; 
2 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; K 173409. 

Carson (Ambrose W.) Flagstaff, Ariz. 

1144, 1145 
San Francisco Peaks, east view. © 

1 c. Dec. 13, 1922 ; J 260335. 

north view. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 

1922 ; J 260334. 

Carson (William A.) Chicago. 

1146-1148 

[3 prints] : 

[Biscuit Rocks] — [Brook] — [Restless 
sea] © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 
26 ; K 173133-173135. 

Cerini (Peter V.) Monroe, Wash. 

1149 
Plan of tide gate in drainage system. 
[Blueprint] © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; I 
7671. 

Chamberlain (Katherine) Ann Ar- 
bor. 1150 
University hall. © Jan. 20, 1923; 

2 c. Feb. 24 ; J 260332. 

Chambers (Wallace C.) Birmingham. 
Ala. 1151 

[Packing diagram] © Feb. 6, 1923 ; 

2 c. Mar. 2 ; I 7716. 



32 



no. 1, 1923 

Chapman (Wm. H.) San Francisco. 

1152, 1153 
Yosemite Valley, domes from floor 
of valley.' © Dec. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 
10, 1923 ; J 259284. 

from Inspiration Point. © Dec. 

25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; J 259283. 

Cheney- bros., New York. 1154-1156 

[3 prints] : 

How the Greeks excelled in aesthetic 
values. — Influence of architecture on 
textile design. — Painters of sunlight. 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 8, 
1923 ; K 171054-171056. 

Chicago elevated railroads, Chicago. 

1157 
Winter sports. [3 sheet poster, 
013686] © Feb. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 10 ; 
K 172498. 

Chicago tribune, Chicago. 1158-1688 
About to pick something. © Feb. 
13, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 15 ; K 172671 

Among the folks in history, Dec. 
24-31, 1922, Jan. 7-Mar. 4, 1923. 
[Weekly] © Dec. 24-31, 1922, Jan. 7- 
Mar. 4, 1923 ; 1 c. each Jan. 2-Mar. 8, 
1923 ; K 170837, 171280, 171553, 171571, 
172045, 172316, 172474, 172679, 173274, 
173302, 173341. 

And the sooner he gets underground 
the better. © Feb. 1, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 
3 ; K 172359. 

Annual invoice and report. © Dec. 
30, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; K 170862. 

As the broom brigade clears for 
action. © Jan. 23, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 29 ; 
K 172340. 

As the Yanks leave the Rhine. © 
Jan. 12, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 18 ; K 171721. 

Awaiting them. © Feb. 7, 1923; 
1 c. Feb. 9 ; K 172460. 

Back home safe. © Feb. 8, 1923; 
1 c. Feb. 10 ; K 172512. 

Barring our windows, but leaving 
our latch key out. © Dec. 28. 1922 ; 
1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; K 170847. 

Bitter, bitter struggle. © Jan. 23, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 29 ; K 172085. 

But it doesn't seem to take to water. 
© Jan. 14, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 17; K 
171570. 

But of course a bargain's a bargain. 
© Jan. 10. 1923; 1 c. Jan. 12; K 
171517. 

Can't keep his mind off the old feed 
box. © Feb. 6, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; K 
172453. 



1688 

Changing world. © Jan. 21, 1923; 
1 c. Jan. 26 ; K 172046. 

Choose your route, they will all 
take you to the same place. © Jan. 
26, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 29 ; K 172353. 

Company's coming. © Jan. 27, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 29 ; K 172339. 

Democrats now will have to put up 
a good candidate. © Jan. 18, 1923; 
1 c. Jan. 20 ; K 171858. 

Dinner's waiting. © Feb. 23, 1923 ; 
1 c. Feb. 26 ; K 173256. 

Economizing. © Jan. 25, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 27 ; K 172052. 

Family favorite has his annual sink- 
ing spell. © Jan. 4, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 9 ; 
K 171197. 

February. © Feb. 4, 1923; 1 c. 
Feb. 10 ; K 172475. 

Fellow who objects to straphanging. 
© Jan. 16, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 18; K 
171679. 

France's contribution to world peace. 
© Jan. 21, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26 ; K 
172044. 

Friends report improved laboring 
conditions. © Jan. 13, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 
18 ; K 171687. 

Gasoline alley, Dec. 12, 24, 26, 29- 
31, 1922, Jan. 1-5, 7-Mar. 8, Jan. 28, 
1923. [Daily] © Dec. 12, 24, 26, 29- 
31, 1922, Jan. 1-5, 7-Mar. 8, Jan. 28, 
1923 ; 1 c. each Dec. 15, 1922-Mar. 10, 
1923 ; K 170835, 170841, 170845, 170861, 
171190, 171198, 171204, 171265, 171274, 
171279, 171283, 171293, 171505, 171515, 
171552, 171561, 171566, 171573, 171676, 
171684, 171720, 171841, 171849, 171857, 
171860, 172038, 172043, 172053, 172075, 
172086, 172298, 172303, 172307, 172314. 
172320, 172325, 172336, 172345, 172350, 
172356, 172452, 172458, 172467, 172472, 
172504, 172511, 172670, 172676, 172684, 
172738, 172814, 172821, 172827, 173020, 
173032, 173233, 173242, 173246, 173255, 
173261, 1.73270, 173278, 173285, 17328S, 
173297, 173306, 173312, 173320, 173324, 
173330, 173340, 173372, 173393. 

Gassed. © Feb. 14, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 
16 ; K 172737. 

Gee, a whole load of coal. © Jan. 4, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 9 ; K 171196. 

Getting dirtier and dirtier. © Jan. 
28, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; K 172321. 

Ghost of the goose that laid the 
go] den eggs. © Feb. 15, 1923; 1 c. 
Feb. 19 ; K 172S15. 

Give him time to digest what he 
lias. © Jan. 5. 1923; 1 e. Jan. 9: K 
171191. 



33 



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1688 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Chicago tribune — Continued. 

Grab a broom. © Jan. 17, 1923; 
1 c. Jan. 20 ; K 171861. 

Guardian. © Feb. 28, 1923; 1 c. 
Mar. 2 ; K 173286. 

Gumps, Dec. 12, 24, 26, 28-31, 1922, 
Jan. 1-5, 7-Feb. 23, 25-Mar. 8, 1923. 
[Daily] © Dec. 12, 24, 26. 28-31, 1922, 
Jan. 1-5, 7-Feb. 23. 25-Mar. 8, 1923; 
1 c. each Dec. 15, 1922-Mar. 10, 1923 ; 
K 170833, 170838, 170843, 170853, 
170859. 171185, 171193. 171203, 171266, 
171270, 171276, 171286, 171291, 171508, 
171513, 171549, 171556, 171564, 171574, 
171674, 171682, 171722, 171835, 171837, 
171843, 171851, 172035, 172040, 172048, 
172073, 172080, 172293, 172301, 172308, 
172317, 172323, 172331, 172341, 172348, 
172361, 172448, 172455, 172462, 172469, 
172500, 172506, 172673, 172677, 172682, 
172741, 172810, 172816, 172825, 173023, 
173030, 173235, 173244, 173250, 173264, 

173266, 172275, 173281, 173290, 173295, 
173303, 173308, 173310. 173315, 173327, 
173337, 173375, 173391. 

Hadn't we better cut out the yelling 
and start singing. © Jan. 12, 1923; 
1 c. Jan. 18; K 171716. 

Hadn't we better wean that calf 
and give the others a chance. © Jan. 
13, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 18 ; K 171686. 

Handy household alibi. © Feb. 24, 
1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 26 ; K 173258. 

Happy ending suggestion for that 
act. © Jan. 20, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; 
K 171840. 

Harold Teen, Dec. 12, 24, 26, 28-31, 
1922, Jan. 1-5, 7-Mar. 8, 1923. 
[Daily] © Dec. 12, 24, 26, 28-31, 
1922, Jan. 1-5, 7-Mar. 8, 1923; 1 c. 
each Dec. 15. 1922-Mar. 10, 1923; K 
170834, 170840, 170844, 170854, 170860, 
171186, 171194, 171201, 171263, 171271, 
171278, 171287, 171292, 171509, 171514, 
171551, 171557, 171565, 171572, 171675, 
171683, 171723, 171836, 171838, 171844, 
171852, 172036, 172042, 172049, 172074, 
172081. 172294, 172302, 172309, 172319, 
172324, 172332, 172342, 172349, 172362, 
172449, 172456, 172463, 172471, 172501, 
172507, 172675, 172678, 172683, 172742, 
172811, 172817, 172826, 173024, 173031, 
173236, 173245, 173251, 173257, 173265, 

173267, 173277, 173282, 173291, 173296, 
173305, 173309, 173311, 173316, 173328, 
173339, 173376, 173392. 

Have you ever had this happen to 
you? © Jan. 20, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; 
K 171842. 

Headed for it. © Jan. 16, 1923; 
1 c. Jan. 18 ; K 171678. 



Heir at large, Jan. 1, 8, 22-Mar. 5, 
1923. [Weekly] © Jan. 1, 8, 22- 
Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. each Jan, 11-Mar. 
7, 1923; K 171267, 171289, 172039, 
172337, 172468, 172688, 173273, 173301, 
173331. 

Helping the farmer. © Mar. 2, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 7 ; K 173321. 

Hevings, suppose the new man 
doesn't show up. © Dec. 31, 1922 ; l c. 
Jan. 13, 1923 ; K 171554. 

His birthday. © Dec. 24, 1922 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1923 ; K 170842. 

His favorite volume. © Feb. 11, 
1923; 1 c. Feb. 15; K 172672. 

Humpty Dumptied. © Mar. 1, 1923 ; 
1 c. Mar. 5 ; K 173238. 

If he only had something like this 
always before his e3 7 es. © Mar. 7, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 9 ; K 173378. 

If it's a good suggestion, some one 
may borrow it. © Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1923; K 170855. 

If justice were done. © Jan. 24, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 29 ; K 172079. 

In the spot light. © Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
1 c. Mar. 2 ; K 173284. 

In vain. © Mar. 4, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 
8 ; K 173336. 

Inquiring reporter. © Jan. 14, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 17 ; K 171575. 

Same. © Feb. 18, 1923; 1 c. 

Feb. 26 ; K 173279. 

Inseparable pork and beans. © 
Feb. 14, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 16 ; K 172736. 

Introducing little Joe Worry. © 
Jan. 15, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 17 ; K 171569. 

Invasions. © Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. 
Jan. 18; K 171688. 

Is the influence of the church on the 
decline? © Feb. 11, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 
15; K 172680. 

January. © Jan. 7, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 
10; K 171281. 

Just supposing. © Feb. 27, 1923; 
1 c. Mar. 1 ; K 173293. 

Kitty's growing wilder and wilder. 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 16; K 
171560. 

March. © Mar. 4, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 
8; K 173342. 

Message that is about due. © Feb. 
1, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 3 ; K 172360. 

Mr. Coue is with us, nearly. © 
Jan. 19, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 22 ; K 171847. 

Mr. Lugubrious Blue and Mr. 
Smiley Gladd discuss the situation. 
© Feb. 2, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 5 ; K 172292. 



34 






MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



no. 1, 1923 



1688 



Mother-in-law's annual vacation, © 
Mar. 6, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 8 ; K 173335. 

New British humorist, © Jan. 25, 
1923 ; 1 e. Jan. 27 ; K 172054. 

Nine stages of a new year resolu- 
tion, i© Jan. 2, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 11; 
K 171296. 

Not inclined to set. © Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
1 c. Jan. 9 ; K 171189. 

Not shown at the shows. © Jan. 
31, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 2 ; K 172311. 



Now, what t' do. © Jan. 3, 
c. Jan. 9 ; K 171205. 



1923 



O, monsieur. 
Feb. 3, 1923 ; 1 



© Feb. 3, 1923; 1 c. 
c. Feb. 5; K 172299. 



Once upon a time there was a great 
king. © Feb. 23, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 26 ; 
K 173252. 

Our daily task. © Dec. 29, 1922; 
1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; K 170848. 

Our inquiring reporter and the 
French debt. © Mar. 3, 1923; 1 c. 
Mar. 7 ; K 173325. 

Our present divorce laws. © Jan. 
28, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; K 172322. 

Our secret ambitions, Jan. 29-Mar. 
5, 1923. [Weekly] © Jan. 29-Mar. 5, 
1923; 1 c. each Jan. 31-Mar. 7; K 
172334, 172465, 172686, 173268, 173299, 
173332. 

Our war horse and the rider. © 
Feb. 16, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 19 ; K 172829. 

Out with our fairy godmother. © 
Jan. 28, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; K 172315. 

Parked in a tight place. © Dec. 29, 
1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; K 170849. 

Pity, (c) Dec. 26, *1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1923 ; K 170830. 

Place where his folks should get the 
medal. © Jan. 23, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 29 ; 
K 172084. 

Plumber in action. © Feb. 10, 1923 ; 
1 c. Feb. 23 ; K 173027. 

Pop and the cop. © Dec. 28, 1922 ; 
1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; K 170851. 

Pop at the fancy party. © Feb. 15, 
1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 19 ; K 172809. 

Pop hops. © Jan. 2, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 
11 ; K 171295. 

Pop lost and found. © Mar. 8, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 10 ; K 173388. 

Pop shows 'em. © Feb. 22, 1923 ; 
1 c. Feb. 24 ; K 173025. 

Pop stops for a passenger. © Jan. 
18, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 20 ; K 171855. 

Pop switches a viewpoint. © Feb. 8, 
1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 10 ; K 172510. 



Pop tells 'em. © Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. 
Feb. 3 ; K 172355. 

Pop the patient. © Jan. 25, 



1923 



1 c. Jan. 



K 172051. 



Pop to the plaid. © Jan. 11, 1923 ; 
1 c. Jan. 16 ; K 171559. 

Pop's evening. © Mar. 2, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 7 ; K 173317. 

Preparations for another trip. © 
Jan. 31, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 2 ; K 172312. 

Preparing to greet the new year in 
the near east. © Dec. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1923 ; K 170863. 

Puzzling problem. © Feb. 10, 1923 ; 
1 c. Feb. 23 ; K 173033. 

Reading her secrets. © Feb. 21, 
1923; 1 c. Feb. 26; K 173243. 

Regional understanding. © Jan. 3, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 9 ; K 171207. 

Remove this blot. © Feb. 4, 1923; 
1 c. Feb. 10 ; K 172473. 

Roll call. © Jan. 30, 1923; 1 c. 
Feb. 1 ; K 172329. 

Same old trouble. © Dec. 30, 1922 ; 
1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; K 170857. 

Scared back. © Feb. 2, 1923; 1 c. 
Feb. 5 ; K 172306. 

Seat of Europe's troubles. © Jan. 
10, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 12 ; K 171519. 

Seeing things again. © Jan. 10, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 12 ; K 171518. 

S'funny how a bottle of this stuff 
'11 get all worked up [etc] © Jan. 3, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 9 ; K 171200. 

Sidelights on the city campaign. © 
Jan. 19, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 22 ; K 171848. 

Siren. © Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 
22 ; K 171850. 

Smitty, Jan. 1-5, 8-13, 15-20, 22-27, 
29, 30, Feb. 1-3, 5-10, 12-17, 19-24, 
26-Mar. 3, 5-8, 1923. [Daily] © Jan. 
1-5, 8-13, 15-20, 22-27, 29, 30, Feb. 
1-3, 5-10, 12-17, 19-24, 26-Mar. 3. 5-8, 
1923 ; 1 c. each Jan. 11-Mar. 10. 1923 ; 
K 171187, 171195, 171202, 17126S, 
171284, 171294. 171507, 171516, 171555, 
171563, 171677, 171685. 171719, 171S34, 
171845, 171854, 171863, 172033, 172047, 
172072, 172083, 172295. 172300, 172826. 



172335, 172343. 172347. 
172454. 172461, 172499, 
172681, 172740. 172818, 
178022, 173028. 173282, 
173254. 173260, 173272, 
178294, 173814, 178819. 
173374, 173394. 

Soft for some folks. © 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 12 ; K 172508. 



172357. 172451, 
172509, 172668. 
172820, 172824. 
173241. 173248. 
1782S0. 173287, 
178828. 178829. 



Feb. 9, 



35 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1688 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Chicago tribune — Continued. 

Solution for our prohibition prob- 
lems. Leave it to the bootlegger. © 
Jan. 30, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 1 ; K 172328. 

Some new year resolutions we'd like 
to see. © Dec. 31, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; K 171548. 

Some people have the odd notion 
that [etc] © Jan. 31. 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 
2 ; K 172313. 

Somehow the lessons we learn in 
youth seem to stay with us. © Feb. 
22, 1923 : 1 c. Feb. 24 ; K 173026. 

Special delivery, please. © Jan. 8, 
1923; 1 c. Jan. 10; K 171273. 

Sport costume might lighten the 
winter chores. © Jan. 5, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 9 ; K 171188. 

Strain on the family tie, Jan. 12, 
17, 24, Feb. 6, 13. 21, 27, Mar. 6, 1923. 
© Jan. 12, 17, 24, Feb. 6, 13, 21, 27, 
Mar. 6. 1923; 1 c. each Jan. 18-Mar. 
8. 1923; K 171718, 171862. 172077, 
172450, 172,669, 173239, 173292, 173334. 

Suggestion to France. © Jan. 24, 
1923 : 1 c. Jan. 29 ; K 172078. 

Surer way. © Jan. 27, 1923; 1 c. 
Jan. 29 ; K 172338. 

Swimming champion's folks ought 
to have the medals. © Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
1 c. Jan. 12 ; K 171510. 

That stray cat we once fed comes 
back with kittens. © Feb. 25. 1923; 
1 c. Feb. 28 ; K 173307. 

These days of rushing and waiting. 
© Dec. 12. 1922: 1 c. Dec. 15; K 
171261. 

They should think more of her and 
less of factions. © Jan. 16. 1923; 
1 c. Jan. 18 : K 171680. 

This lion and lamb stuff. © Mar. 
1, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 5 ; K 173237. 

Those unpaid foreign debts are espe- 
cially noticeable right now. © Mar. 
8, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 10 : K 173389. 

Tiny tribune. © Dec. 12. 1922 : 1 c. 
Dec. 15 ; K 171262. 

Too bad they stav such a short time. 
© Jan. 2, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 11 ; K 171297. 

Trimming up a steak. © Feb. 3, 
1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 5 ; K 172296. 

U. S. and the League of nations. © 
Jan. 26, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 29 ; K 172354. 

Waiting for an opening. © Feb. 
17. 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 19 ; K 172822. 

Waiting for his ship to come in. © 
Mar. 7, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 9; K 173377. 

Waiting to be dug out. © Feb. 24, 
1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 26 ; K 173262. 



Welcome home speech. © Feb. 17, 
1923; 1 c. Feb. 19; K 172819. 

What might happen. © Dec. 26, 
1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; K 170836. 

What the noise is all about. © 
Jan. 7, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 10; K 171275. 

When doctors disagree. © Jan. 4, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan 9 ; K 171199. 

When the city hall heard the repub- 
licans had united behind a leader. © 
Jan. 17, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 20 ; K 171859. 

Where oil is not a tranquillizer. © 
Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; K 
170850. 

While we mortals celebrate the pass- 
ing of a year. © Jan. 1. 1923; 1 c. 
Jan. 11: K 171282. 

Who'd have thought there was so 
much dirt between here and the At- 
lantic. © Feb. 9. 1923; 1 c. Feb. 12; 
K 172505. 

Why not a contract to clean up af- 
terwards. © Dec. 26. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1923 ; K 170831. 

Will he take it? © Dec. 12, 1922; 
1 c. Dec. 15 ; K 171260. 

Will now try to make the weight. 
© Jan. 1, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 11 ; K 171288. 

Will the voters look at his promises 
or his record. © Jan. 9, 1923; 1 c. 
Jan. 12 ; K 171511. 

Winnie Winkle, the breadwinner; 
Dec. 12, 24, 26. 28-31, 1922. Jan. 1-5, 
7-13. 15-Mar. 8. 1923. [Daily] © Dec. 
12. 24. 26, 28-31, 1922. Jan. 1^5, 7-13. 15- 
Mar. 8, 1923 ; 1 c. each Dec. 15, 1922- 
Mar. 10, 1923; K 170832, 170839, 
170846. 170S52, 170858, 171184. 171192, 
171206. 171264. 171269, 171277. 171285, 
171290, 171506. 171512, 171550, 171558, 
171567. 171673. 171681, 171717, 171839, 
171846, 171853. 171864, 172034, 172041, 
172050. 172076. 172082. 172297. 172304, 
172310, 172318, 172327, 172333, 172344, 
172351. 172358. 172447, 172459, 172464, 
172470. 172502. 172508, 172667, 172674, 
172685, 172739, 172812, 172818, 172828, 
173021, 173029, 173234, 173240, 173247, 
173253, 173259. 173271, 173276, 173283, 
173289, 173298, 173304, 173313, 173318, 
173326, 173333. 173338, 173373, 173390. 

Withdrawing our troops. © Jan. 11, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 16 ; K 171562. 

Work of little Joe Worry, Jan. 22- 
Feb. 26, 1923. © Jan. 22-Feb. 26, 
1923; 1 c. each Jan. 26-Feb. 28; K 
172037, 172330, 172466. 172687, 173269, 
173330. 

World they saved for democracy. © 
Jan. 18, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 20 ; K 171856. 



36 



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1721 



Wotta life, wotta life, Jan. 26, Feb. 
2, 7, 16, 20, Mar. 3, 1923. © Jan. 26, 
Feb. 2, 7, 16, 20. Mar. 3, 1923; 1 c. 
each Jan. 29-Mar. 7 ; K 172305, 172352, 
172457, 172823, 173249, 173322. 

Wouldn't it be foolish. © Jan. 27, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 29 ; K 172346. 

You will or you won't. © Feb. 20, 
1923 ;lc. Feb. 26 ; K 173263. 

Child (Doeothy) . Philadelphia. 

1689 
Wall scale, height and weight. © 
Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1923; I 
7614. 

Child health organization of 

America, New York. 1690 

Birdseye map of healthland and the 

child health r. r. © Oct. 2, 1922; 2 

c. Feb. 7, 1923 ; K 172808. 

Childs (Chas. M.) & co., inc.. Brook- 
lyn. 1691 
[Cover design and sunset for book- 
let] © Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; 
K 172886. 

City trust co., Indianapolis. 1692 
City trust co. © Jan. 27, 1923; 2 
c. Jan. 29; K 172059. 

Clark (Ben Fred) Hutchinson, Kan. 

1693 
Commonsense rambling wagon. [3 
sheets, blueprints] © Dec. 28, 1922 ; 
2 c. Nov. 27 ; I 7551. 

Clarke (Mary Dale) New York. 

1694-1701 

Heifetz (Jascha) 1-8. © Jan. 15, 

1923; 2 c. each Jan. 23; J 259673- 

259680. 

Cleveland school of cosmetic therapy 
and beauty culture co., Cleve- 
land. 1702 
Cleveland school of cosmetic therapy 
and beauty culture co. [Official em- 
blem] © Dec. 13, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 18; 
K 170873. 

Cloyes (Howard C.) San Diego. 

1703-1705 
Defeat. © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 
7; J 259912. 

Fear. © Feb. 17, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 
23; J 260208. 

Meditation. © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 7; J 259913. 

Coleman (J. &. J.) (U. S. A.) ltd.. 
New York. 1706 

[Mother and child] © Nov. 27, 
1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1923; K 172382. 



Coleman (Patrick H.) Chickasha, 
Okl. 1707 

Intervale. [2 sheets] © Dec. 16, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; I 7535. 

Colgate & co., New York. 1708, 1709 
Babes in the wools. © Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
2 c. Jan. 8; K 171158. 

Flannels and little slumber clothes 
[etc] © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; 
K 171159. 

Colonial dames of America (III. 

soc. of the) Chicago. 1710-1712 

Our city. — Our nation. — Our state. 

© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 27; 

K 172056-172058. 

Commercial pub. co., Memphis, Tenn. 

1713 / 
These played a part in dual murder 
[etc] © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; 
K 172772. 

Conradi (G. A.) Bethlehem, Pa. 1714 
Sunrise on Wallenpaupack, Pike Co., 
Pa. © Dec. 1, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 27; 
J 258966. 

Cook (Roy Herbert) Klamath Falls, 
Or. 1715 

Sunset. © Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 
6; J 260342. 

Cook (Wilbur A.) Indianapolis. 

1716 
Beech Grove, Ind., Big Four r. r. 
shops, aerial view. © Dec. 11, 1922 ; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; J 259131. 

Coons (Fannie Chesbrough) Holly- 
wood. Calif. 1717 
[No need to re-tire] © 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1923; I 7532. 

Coovert (John Calvin) Memphis, 
Tenn. 1718. 1719 

King cotton, the fiber of America, 
Dixie's snow white golden fleece. 
2632B. © Nov. 30, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 
2, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; K 172376. 

Millington central high school, in- 
door and outdoor champions, 1922-23. 
© Mar. 12, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 16; J 
260556. 

Copper clad malleable range co.. St 
Louis. 1720. 1721 

[Gem of the Koekiesl © .Tan. 29, 
1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; K 172524. 

[Her dearest treasure I © .Ian. 29, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 12 ; K 172525. 



37 



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1722 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Cosmopolitan print dept., New York. 

1722, 1723 
Brinker (Hans) and his sister Gre- 
tel. © Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 20; 
K 171743. 

Little women. © Jan. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 26; K 172026. 

Couetright ( O. C. ) Des Moines. 

1724, 1725 
Murray (Bonnie) Iowa's most beau- 
tiful sirl, 1, front view, 2, profile. © 

1 c. each Nov. 20, 1922; J 260241. 
260242. 

Crandall (Harrison R.) Moran. Wy. 

1726-1739 

[14 photographs] : 

Along the winding road to Moran, 
Wy., 516. — Autumn in the Jackson 
hole country, 518. — Beaver cuttings 
on the Snake River, Jackson hole, 
Wy., 526.— Cloud shadows, 524.— 
Deer and fawn, alert to strange noises, 
517. — In the heart of the Tetons, 
515. — Jenny Lake and its peaceful sur- 
roundings, 519. — Moran (Mt.) from 
String Lake camp, 522 — Not an erup- 
tion, just clouds, 525. — Plains and 
peaks, Jackson hole, Wy., 520 — Sun- 
set's afterglow, Teton Range, 527.' — • 
Tetons by moonlight, 521. — Tetons of 
Jackson hole, 512. — Three Tetons, 
523. © Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 
8 ; J 259256-259269. 

Cremona (Thomas Gaetano) New 
York. 
Lincoln (Abraham) © Jan. 26, 
1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; J 259903. 

Crescent city national advertising 
co., New Orleans. 1741 

Back to the days of '49. © 1 c. 
Jan. 29, 1923; J 259720. 

Cress, Dale photo co., Seattle. 1742 

Logging Douglas fir timber in the 

Pacific northwest. © Dec. 18, 1922; 

2 c. Jan. 15, 1923; J 259384. 

Cross & Dimmitt. Portland, Or. 

1743-1765 
Castle Rock. © Dec. 15. 1922 : 2 c. 
Feb. 21, 1923; J 260166. 

Hood (Mt.) B. © Jan. 1, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 21 ; J 260149. 

Rainier (Mt) from Paradise Valley. 
© Oct. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1923; 
J 260159. 



Rowena loops, B. © Jan. 1, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 21 ; J 260155. 

[9 photographs]. 

Adams ( Mt. ) B. — Apple orchard. — 
Hood River loops, B. — Inspiration 
Point, B. — Rainier (Mt.) from Para- 
dise inn. — Rowena loops, C. — Rowena 
Point, B. — Table Mountain. — Tatoosh 
Range, B. © Jan. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Feb. 21; J 260147, 260151, 260153, 
260157, 260161, 260165, 160167-260169. 

[10 photographs] : 

Adams (Mt.) A. — Adams (Mt.) and 
Hood River Valley. — Cascade locks. — 
Hood (Mt.) A. — Hood River loops, 
A. — Hood River Valley. — Inspiration 
Point, A. — Rowena loops, A. — Rowena 
Point, A. — Tatoosh Range, A. © Sept. 
28, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 21, 1923; 
J 260148, 280150, 260152, 260154, 
260156, 260158, 260160, 260162-260164. 

Crouch (Herbert E.) Buffalo. 

1766-1776 

[11 blueprints] : 

Average American estates. — Corpor- 
ation insurance. — Estates at death of 
100 average men. Expense or an in- 
vestment [etc.] — Fluctuation of gen- 
eral estate values, A, B. — Hazard of 
wise investment. — Losses in the ranks 
of monied men. — Necessity of prepar- 
edness. — Productive capacity of the 
average man. Your executor. © 
Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2c. each Dec. 9 ; I 7500- 
7510. 

Crump (Clarence I.) Flagstaff, Ariz. 

1777, 1778 

Moonlight on the desert. © Aug. 
10, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 13 ; J 259207. 

San Francisco Peaks. © Sept. 12, 
1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 13 ; J 259206. 

Cudworth ( Royal W. ) San Francisco. 

1779. 
Another case of moonshine. © Mar. 
1, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 8 ; K 173345. 

Curtis & Cameron, inc., Boston. 

1780, 1781 

And one man in his time plays 
many parts. © Feb. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 
5 ; J 259972. 

Pianissima. © Feb. 5, 1923: 2 c. 
Feb. 5; J 259881. 
Cusack (Thos. ) co., Chicago. 

1782-1791 

Bread. [24 sheet poster, 76] © 
Nov. 28, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1923; 
K 172850. 

[Furniture. 24 sheet poster, 27] 
© Dec. 22, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1923 ; K 
172851. 



38 



MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



no. 1, 1923 



1843 



Give them all they want. [24 sheet 
poster, 1001 © Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. 
Feh. 17; K 172845. 

[Haberdasher. 24 sheet poster, 94] 
© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; K 
172844. 

His first taste. [24 sheet poster, 
71] © Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17: 
K 172847. 

Some for mother and some for me. 
[24 shee^ poster, 69] © Nov. 28, 1922 ; 
2 c. Feb. 17, 1923; K 172849. 

Stability. [24 sheet poster, 83] © 
Dec. 5, 1922: 2 c. Feb. 17, 1923; K 
172846. 

[24 sheet poster] : 

Haberdasher, 93. — Health, happi- 
ness. 70. — Makes last'ng friends, 77. 
© Dec. 12, 1922: 2 c. each Feb. 17, 
1923; K 172842, 172843, 172848. 

Dahlheimer (Edward) Chicago. 

1792 
[Miniature steam heating plant] 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; I 7567. 

Dail (Harry Woolford) New York. 

1793 
Dail's vaticinator. © Jan. 15, 1923 ; 
2 c. Jan. 16 ; K 171533. 

Daily news, New York. 1794-1796 
Only the chassis of the truck was 

left [etc] © Feb. 7, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 

9; K 172420. 

Special jury. Trial of Mrs. Paulette 

Saludes [etc] © Feb. 6, 1923; 1 c. 

Feb. 9; K 172422. 

This remarkable photograph shows 

part of the wrecked truck [etc] © 

Feb. 7, 1923 I 1 c. Feb. 9 ; K 172419. 

Danahey (Thompas P.) Detroit. 

1797 
Curve showing increase of office 
building space in Detroit. [Blueprint] 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; I 7465/ 

Daniels (Harry) Chicago. 1798,1799 
Helm's angle and heredity, plus 

minus. Metaphor system in colors, 

numbers, languages. © Jan. 30, 1923 ; 

2 c. Feb. 1; I 7575. 

[Sentiments in colors and numbers, 

east and west. Metaphor system, 

colors, numbers, languages] © Jan. 

30, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; I 7574. 

Darragh (W. H.) Memphis, Tenn. 

1800 
[Grand Republic and Robert E. 
Lee] © Dec. 26, 1922; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1923; K 173414. 



Dash (Joseph Eugene) Chicago. 

1801, 1802 

On the planet Mars. © Dec. 30, 
1922; 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923; K 171583. 

Same. © Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. 

Feb. 5, 1923 ; K 172440. 

Daving (Matthew) Washington. 

1803 

Congressional country club. © 

Feb. 25, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 14 ; J 260536. 

Davis (A. M.) co., Boston. 1804,1805 
He loves me, he loves me not. © 

Dec. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8; K 171160. 
She loves me, she loves 'me not. © 

Dec. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; K 

171161. 

Davis (Abraham L.) Ashland, N. H. 

1806 
Spirit of the woods. © Jan. 29, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; J 259772. 

Davis (Charles Gerard) Wash'ng- 
ton, N. Y. 1807-1812 

[6 drawings] : 

Alfred (Flagship) first American 
flagship, sail plan, 1775, 25 A. — Alfred 
(Flagship) first American flagship, 
1775, 25.— Champion of the Seas 
(Clipper ship) plans, 22. — Champion 
of the Seas (Clipper ship) sail plan, 
22 A.— James A. Wright (Bark) sal 
plan, 26 A. — James A. Wright (Bark) 
880 tons, plans, 26. © 1 c. each Jan. 
17, 1923; I 7518-7520, 7524-7526. 

Davis (Emanuel) New York. 

1813, 1814 

Ancient order of mechanics of the 
world, [Certificate] © Dec. 29, 1921 ; 
2 c. Dec. 30; K 171711. 

Dispensation. © Dec. 29, 1922 : 

2 c. Dec. 30; K 171710. 

Davis (Frederick C.) San Francisco. 

1815 
Reinforced concrete supports and 
backing for architectural terra cotta. 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923; I 7599. 

Davis (Susan L.) Athens, Ala. 1S16 
Tree under which Gen. Nathan B. 
Forrest took the preliminary oath in 
the Ku klux klan, 1866. © Feb. 14. 
1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; J 260007. 

Davis & Sanford, New York. 

183L7-1843 
Beir {Mrs. Bertram) © Feb. 1. 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 10 ; J 260096. 

Byrne (Louise B.) © Mar. 7. 1923: 
2 c. Mar. 12; .1 260459. 



39 



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1844 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Davis & Sanford — Continued. 

Campbell (Mrs. H. Summer) © 
Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; J 259498. 

Chapman (Mrs. W. R.) © Feb. 2, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 10 ; J 259940. 

Cleveland (Mrs. R. L.) © Jan. 18, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; J 259797. 

Fields (Miss E. C.) © Jan. 28, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 10 ; J 259939. 

Hitchens (Mrs. Carl) © Mar. 6, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; J 260458. 

Kelly (A. S.) © Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 10 ; J 260097. 

Lamarche (Marie) © Jan. 12, 1923; 
2 c. Jan. 19 ; J 259501. 

Little (Miss L. B.) © Jan. 17, 1923 . 
2 c. Jan. 30 ; J 259796. 

McQuillen (Mrs.) © Jan. 20, 1923; 
2 c. Jan. 30; J 259799. 

Murphy (Elizabeth) © Mar. 5, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; J 260461. 

Ogden (Mrs. N. B.) © Feb. 3, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 10 ; J 259937. 

Shanley (Edwina) © Mar. 6, 1923; 
2 e. Mar. 12 ; J 260460. 

Taylor (Mrs. A. C.) © Feb. 2, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 10 ; J 359941. 

[3 photographs] : 

Allyn (Miss) — Schenck (Elaine) — 
Wliitehouse (Norman) © Jan. 9, 
1923; 2 c. each Jan. 19; J 259500, 
259502, 259562. 

[3 photographs] : 

Baldwin (Mrs. W. A.) — Potter 
(Nancy) — White (Mrs. Julius) and 
baby. © Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 
19 ; J 259499, 259561, 259563. 

[3 photographs] : 

Clark (Mrs. Lewis' L.)— Field (Elea- 
nor)— Fish (Elizabeth) © Jan. 19, 
1923: 2 c. each Jan. 30; J 259798, 
259800, 259801. 

[4 photographs] : 

Burke ( Eileen ) — Farrell (Ger- 
trude ) — Hammett ( Mrs. R. ) — Roke 
(Mrs. Charles) jr. © Feb. 4, 1923; 
2 c. each Feb. 10; J 259934-259936, 
249938. 

Deaton (G. H.) Chicago. 1844 

[Decorative matter used in connec- 
tion with hardware advertisements] 
© Sept. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Sept. 9 ; K 171413. 

De BrueYs (Claude C.) New Orleans. 

1845-1846 

Baby Holo (Motor boat) © Feb. 
25, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 8 ; J 260396. 

Miss Chicago (Motor boat) © Feb. 
25, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 8 ; J 260395. 



Dechmann (Louise) Seattle. 1847 
Rosarium. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; I 
7570. 

Defender automatic regulator co., 

St. Louis. 1848 

Defender patent co. recorder chart, 

22. © Dec. 11, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1923 ; 

1 7468. 

Denison (George A.) Los Angeles. 

1849 
Lancaster oil field. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 
1922 ; J 258967. 

Derwent (Mrs. Luther) Rockford, 
111. 1850-1851 

Barrett (Dr. Kate Waller) © Dec. 
22, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1923 ; J 259782. 

Coolidge (Mrs. Calvin) © Jan. 14, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; J 259781. 

Dickeson (Tessie F.) Shreveport, La. 

1852 
May (Margery Land) © Oct. 19, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1923 ; J 259708. 

Dickesons studio, Shreveport, La. 

1853 
Jean's first birthday. © Feb. 3, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; J 260260. 

Dickie (Francis) Heriot Bay. B. C, 
Canada. 1854-1856 

Challenger. © Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. 
Dec. 26 ; J 259687. 

Deer banquetting table. © Dec. 27, 
1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 26 ; J 259691. 

Man with deer on its hind legs. © 
Dec. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 26 ; J 259692. 

Dismukes (Mary Ethel) Biloxi, Miss. 

1857 
Moss draped oaks. © Feb. 3, 1923 ; 

2 c. Feb. 7 ; K 172791. 

Doig (William) co., London. 1858 
Mary (Princess) wedding. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1923; J 259920. 

D'Olier' (Henry) jr., Bridgeport, 
Conn. 1859 

Illumination, lighting the home. © 
Jan. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 12 ; I 75S1. 

Donaldson lithographing co., New- 
port, Ky. 1860-1871 

Early saving means success, start 
vour boy now. [16 sheet poster, 4777] 
© Mar. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. May 24 ; K 165637. 

[11 prints] : 

Daily treat for the whole family. 
[14 sheet poster, 4945] — [Dairy- 6 
sheet poster, 4975, 5004] — Don't wait 
for your ship to come in [etc. 16 sheet 
poster, 5006] — [Dry cleaning. 15 sheet 



40 



no. 1, 1923 



MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



1969 



poster, 4977, 4983] — Electricity, always 
at your service. [24 sheet poster, 
4920]— [Furniture. 12 sheet poster, 
4979] — Oh, its good. [6 sheet poster, 
5005] — Our strength is your security. 
[16 sheet poster, 4976] — Satisfaction 
in every slice. [6 sheet poster, 4974] 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 8; 
K 172393-172403. 

Dorgan (Albert William) Detroit. 

1872 
Detroit's rapid transit system, pre- 
liminary study plan. [Blueprint] © 
1 c. Dec. 15, 1922 ; I 7482. 

Dorros bros., inc., New York. 

1873-1884 

Greek bridal wreath set, 3, 7, 9, 10, 
U2, 115, 116, 118-121. © Mar. 15, 
1922; 2 c. Jan. 2; J 259193-259203. 

231. © Nov. 10, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 

13, 1923; K 171493. 

Dow (Louis F.) co., St. Paul. 

1885-1918 

(Wonders of America series) : 

Champlain (Lake) M 23672.— Coast 
of Main, M. 23663.— Connecticut Val- 
ley, M 23670.— Dells of the Wiscon- 
sin, M 23661.— Falls of the Yellow- 
stone, M 23671.— Going-To-The-Sun 
Mt, M 23667.— Grand Canyon, M 
23669.— Mitchell (Mt) S. C, M 
23664.— Niagara Falls, M 23668.— Old 
Faithful Geyser, M 23665.— Tacoma 
(Mt.) M 23662.— Yosemite Valley, M 
23666. © Dec. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 
22, 1923 ; K 171914-171925. 

[22 prints] : 

Autumn beauties, M 23649. — [Back- 
bone of a nation] — [Blue ribbon 
pair] — [Debutante] — [Dells of the 
Wisconsin] — [Dream girl] — Fairest 
flowers, M 23644. — Girl of my dreams, 
M 23641.— [In the land of glaciers]— 
[Land of dreams] — [Little fairy] — 
[Miss Innocence] — Miss Springtime, 
M 23643.— Miss Vivacious, M 23642.— 
[Moonlit waters] — [Morning visitor] — 
[Outlaw] — Queen of the May, M 
23645.— Roses, M 23647.— Sweet girl 
graduate, M 23646.— [Tahoe (Lake) ]— 
[Witalu] © Dec. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 22, 1923; K171926-171947. 

Dow, Jones & co., New York. 

1919, 1920 

N. Y. stock exchange, transactions 
in percentage, industrials, railroads, 
1895-1922. © Jan. 18, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 
22 ; I 7555. 

Swings in the bond market, 40 
bonds. © Jan. 17, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 20 ; 
I 7554. 



Downie (Janet) Austin, Tex. 

1921, 1922 

[Springtime among the bluebonnets] 
© Dec. 19, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1923; 
K 172020. 

[Western hills and bluebonnets] © 
Dec. 19, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1923; 
K 172019. 

Drayton (Grace G.) New York. 

1923, 1924 

Cleaning up. © Sept 10, 1921; 
2 c. Aug. 3; J 249624. 

Guilty. © Sept. 17, 1921; 2 c. 
Aug. 3 ; J 249625. 

Drescher (John) co., inc.. New York. 

1925-1942 

[8 prints] : 

[Breakers] — [Fjord] — [Journey's 
end]— [Poppy boy]— [Puzzled]— [Sil- 
ence broken] — [Springtime] — [Venice] 
© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 8; K 
171168-171175. 

[10 prints] : 

Baby, 91.— Dog, 96.— Girl's if, 95.— 
Happiness, 94. — Married life, 90. — 
Mother, 93. — [Northern nights] — 
Peace, 97. — [Silence of the night] — 
Womans sphere, 92. © Jan. 15, 1923 ; 
2 c. each Jan. 16 ; K 171538-171547. 

Drugless practitioner's society, inc., 
Buffalo. 1943 

Member of N. Y. State drugless prac- 
titioner's society inc. © June, 2, 1922 ; 
2 c. Aug. 21 ; K 172367. 

Duncan (Howard Fifer) Champaign, 
111. 1944 

Illinois (University of) varsity foot- 
ball team, 1922. © Dec. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1923; J 259136. 

Dunnell (Charles F.) Thomas, Okl. 

1945 
Ancient relic. © Jan. 31, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 3; J 259870. 

Duston (Merle) Detroit. 1946-1969 
Radio construction illustrations. (In 
Radio construction: by Merle Duston) 
Assembled transformer, plate 8. — 
Drilling panels, plate 4. — Front view 
of combined radio-audio-frequency 
loop set, plate 18. — Front view ol' sin- 
gle circuit receiver, plate 13. — Front 
view of three circuit regenerative re- 
ceiver, plate 15. — Front view of two 
stage audio-frequency amplifying unit. 
plate 21. — Front view of two-stage ra- 
dio-frequency unit, plate 24. — Marking 
panel from template, plate 3. — Radio- 
frequency amplifier connected to throe 
circuit receiver, plate 17. — Radio parts. 



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pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Duston ( Merle ) — Continued, 
plate 10. — Rear view of combined ra- 
dio-audio-frequency loop set, plate 
19. — Rear view of single circuit re- 
ceiver, plate 14. — Rear view of three- 
circuit regenerative receiver, plate 
16. — Rear view of two-stage radio- 
frequency amplifiing unit, plates 22, 
23. — Rear view of two-stage radio- 
frequency unit, plate 25. — Soldering 
leads to back of contact points, plate 
2. — Soldering wires to vario-coupler, 
plate 1. — Two stage amplifying unit 
connected to single circuit receiver, 
plate 20. — Vario-coupler and variom- 
eter parts, plate 11. — Variometer 
wound and assembled, plate 7. — 
Winding variometer, plate 6. — Wound 
and assembled loose coupler crystal 
set, plate 12. — Wound vario-coupler, 
plate 5. © Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. each 
Feb. 23 ; K 172995-173018. 

Duthie (John) sr., Portland, Or. 

1970-1973 

[4 drawings] : 

[From fore end, showing model, etc., 
3rd view] — [Showing deck plan of 
model, etc., 2nd view] — [Showing ele- 
vation of model, etc., 1st view] — 
[Showing the interior of the inner 
and outer hulls, etc., 4th view.] © 
1 c. each Jan. 15, 1923; I 7603-7606. 

Eddy (Ralph J.) Oregon City, Or. 

1974-1982 

Crown-Willamette inn and annex. 
© Feb. 9, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 15 ; J 260049. 

Flood test, Jan. 10, 1923. © Jan. 
12, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; J 259415. 

Harriet (Queen) : 

Christening the bridge. — Corona- 
tion. — Reign at bridge dedication. © 
Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 8; J 
259252-259254. 

Oregon City, Or., bridge, flood stage. 
© Jan. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; J 259766. 

[3 photographs] : 

Busy morning on the Willamette. — 
Industry of Willamette Falls.— Wil- 
lamette River bridge complete. © 
Mar. 9, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 15; J 
260048, 260050, 260051. 

Edson (Norman) Burton, Wash. 1983 
Olympic Mountains, Wash. © Feb. 
12, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 20 ; J 260122. 

Eggers (John H.) New York. 

1984-1999. 

[4 prints] : 

Annunciation. — Boy Jesus in the 
temple. — But the exile in Egypt was 
short. — Joseph and Mary seek an 



abode in Bethlehem. © Nov. 15, 1922 ; 
2 c. each Jan. 2, 1923; K 172800, 
172801, 172804, 172805. 

[4 prints] : 

He entered into one of the ships 
which was Simon's [etc]. — Jesus went 
about all Galilee [etc.] — Lord ap- 
pointed other seventy also [etc]. — 
Whosoever drinketh of this water 
shall thirst again [etc.] © Dec. 15, 
1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 2, 1923 ; K 172802, 
172803, 172806, 172807. 

[8 prints] : 

Christ drivmsr fb Q m <in that sold in 
the temple. — Could ye not watch with 
me one hour? — Healing the sick. — 
Last supper. — Lord's prayer. — Return 
of the prodigal son. — Suffer little chil- 
dren to come unto me. — Widow's mite. 
© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
K 172792-172799. 

Eisinger (Ludwig W.) New York. 

2000, 2001 

Unit type apartment, A, B. [Blue 

prints] © 1 c. each Feb. 12, 1923; 

1 7612, 7313. 

Eldek (J. T ), & co., Atlanta. 2002 

Arrangement of vegetables. © Feb. 
27, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 1 ; J 260410. 

Eldrea (Merritt Gilbert) Chicago. 

2003 
Chicago, 111., Masonic temples. © 
Jan. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 19 ; J 259438. 

Ellicott machine corp., Baltimore. 

2004 

Manganese steel pump, F 191. © 

Feb. 13, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; K 173041. 

Elliott (Clyde E.) New York. 

2005, 2006 

George (King) of Greece. © Mar. 
10, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 16 ; J 260554. 

Henry (Prince) © Mar. 10, 1923; 

2 c. Mar. 16 ; J 260555. 

Ellis (Geo. Eli) Los Angeles. 2007 
Los Angeles, Calif., Chamber of com- 
merce bldg. © Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 6 : K 173216. 

Ellis (William Shewell) Philadel- 
phia. 2008 
Lorimer (George Horace) 3. © 
Nov. 3, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 13; J 259272. 

Ellsworth, Barrowes & Reeves, Buf- 
falo. 2009-2011 

[3 drawings] : 

Index and instructions for land 
value charts. — Land value chart for 
corner influence. — Land value chart 



42 



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no. 1, 1923 



2160 



for corner influence at acute angle in- 
tersection. © Dec. 20. 1922 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 13, 1923 ; I 7489-7491. 

Emporium world millinery co., Chi- 
cago. 2012 
Emporium world millinery co. illus- 
tration service book. © Dec. 30, 1922 ; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; K 170829. 

Emrick (Robert Page) Leeds, Mass. 

2013 

Florence, Mass., Paul Strong tavern. 

© Feb. 21, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 20 ; J 260113. 

English (F. E.) Joliet, 111. 2014-2025 

[12 prints] : 

[April showers] — [Christmas 
chimes] — [Day in June] — [Fall plow- 
ing] — [Harvest time] — [Ice harvest] — 
[October days] — [Pastures green] — 
[Sugar lot] — [Threshing] — [When the 
frost is on the pumpkin] — [Winter's 
mantle] © Dec. 7, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 
8, 1923; K 172620-172630, 172635. 

English (Thomas C.) West Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 2026 
Friends of the door yard. © Jan. 
10, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 16 ; J 260540. 

Entwisle (Sadie I.) New York. 

2027 
Zeniz hosiery, for the long run with- 
out runs. © Feb. 12, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 
9; K 173425. 

Evans (W. L.) Cleveland. 2028 

This is the simplest and easiest way 

to draw comic faces, plate 3, lesson 3. 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; K 

172885. 

Evans (William) Chicago. 

2029-2052 

[24 prints] : 

Baa, baa, black sheep [etc] — Hark, 
hark, the dogs do bark [etc] — High- 
diddle-diddle [etc] — Humpty-Dumpty 
[etc] — Husha-bye baby [etc] — Jack 
and Jill went up the hill [etc] — Jack 
Sprat could eat no fat [etc] — Little 
Bo - Peep [etc] — Little Boy Blue 
[etc] — Little Jack Horner [etc] — 
Little Miss Muff et [etc]— Little Tommy 
Tucker [etc] — Mary had a little lamb 
[etc] — Mary, Mary, quite contrary 
[etc] — Old mother Hubbard [etc] — 
Pease porridge hot [etc] — Peter, Peter, 
pumpkin eater [etc] — Ride a cock 
horse to Banbury Cross [etc] — See 
saw. Margery Daw [etc] — Simple 
Simon [etc] — There was an old woman 
who lived in a shoe [etc] — This little 
pig went to market [etc] — To market 



to market [etc] — Tom, Tom, the piper's 
son [etc] © Dec. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. each 
Mar. 5, 1923 ; K 173184-173207. 

Evening news assn., Detroit. 2053 
Mr. Straphanger. © Jan. 14, 1923 ; 

1 c. Jan. 17 • K 172060. 

Exhibit supply co., Chicago. 

2054-2133 

Picking hubby's pockets, 4. © Feb. 
9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; J 260287. 

Trying on her brother's pants, 10. 
© Feb. 9, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; J 26028S. 

[28 photographs] : 

Bachelor girl's flat, 1, 15. — Dress- 
ing for the masque ball, 1, 15. — Her 
country cousin, 1, 15. — Love on a 
tropical isle, 1, 15. — Making a flapper 
out of mother, 1, 15. — Naughty 
wiggles, 1, 15. — Naughty wind, 1, 
15. — Perfect 36, 1, 15. — Picking 
hubby's pockets, 15. — Powder puff 
lady, 1, 15. — Pretty posies, 1, 15. — 
Roman lyre girl, 1, 15. — Spider web 
girl, 1, 15. — Too hot to sleep, 1, 15. — 
Trying on her brother's pants, 15. © 
Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 15; J 
260013-260040. 

[50 photographs] : 

Adam and Eve, 1, 15. — Bacchus' 
daughter, 1, 15. — Bear skin dance, 1, 
15. — Bimboo on a Bamboo Isle, 1, 
15.— Birth of a pearl, 1, 15.— Chrys- 
anthemum, 1, 15. — Female drum 
major, 1, 15. — Flapper, 1, 15. — Hatch- 
ing a chicken, 1, 15. — Hawaiian love, 
1, 15. — Heart breaker, 1, 15. — Her 
morning abulations, 1, 15.— Holly- 
wood alcohol, 1, 15.— In the girls 
dormitory, 1, 15. — Jail birds, 1, 15.— 
Lady photographer, 1, 15. — Lingerie 
model, 1, 15. — M'ss Put and Take, 1, 
j 5.— My lady's bath, 1, 15.— On the 
beach at Waikiki, 1, 15— Pretty 
patient in a dentists chair. 1, 15. — 
Sheik's daughter, 1, 15. — Up in Mabel's 
room, 1, 15. — What the moon saw. 1. 
15. — Za Za the daring dancer, 1, 15. 
© Nov. 15. 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 15. 
1923 ; J 259332-259381. 

Faber (J. H.) & son, Norfolk, Va. 

2134-2160 
Barclay (S. T.) © Jan. IT. 1923: 

2 c. Jan. 19; J 259651. 

Blackwell (C. S.) © Feb. 10, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 12 ; J 259967. 

Coburn (T. Gray) © Feb. S. 1923: 
2 c. Feb. 9; J 259929. 

Same. © Feb. 14. 1923: 2 c. 

Feb. 15: J 260057, 



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18 



Faber (J. H.) & son — Continued. 

Debnam (Thos. R.) © Jan. 12, 
1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; J 259650. 

Gould (Joseph E.) © Jan. 6, 1923; 
2 c. Jan. 8 ; J 259250. 

Hay (Thos. A. H.) A, B. © Jan. 
17, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 19 ; J 259917, 
259918. 

Lightbourne (Rev. Victor) 1-3. 
© Mar. 3, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 5; 
J 260344, 260345, 260371. 

Mays (C. G.) © Jan. 8, 1923; 2 
c. Jan. 10 ; J 259296. 

Nelson (G. N.) © Feb. 22, 1923 
2 c. Feb. 24 ; J 260240. 

Nichols (John G.) © Jan. 15, 1923 
2 c. Jan. 17 ; J 259404. 

Pearson (W. H.) © Jan. 6, 1923 
2 c. Jan. 8; J 259251. 

Riley (P. J.) © Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 8 ; J 259919. 

Sturgis (Dr. R. W.) A, B. © Jan. 
12, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; J 259648, 
259649. 

[4 photographs] : 

Chadwick (F. L.)— Nelms (J. C.)— 
Reed (R. E.)— Williams (T. E.) © 
Jan. 12, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 15; J 
259395-259398. 

[5 photographs] : 

Backus (V. L.)— Butler (Stanley 
W.)— Gofer f (Vernon L.)— Pender 
(David)— Seawell (H. A.) © Jan. 
4, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 5; J 259221- 
259225. 

Faler (Ernest C.) Rock Springs, Wy. 

2161 
George Washington image. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1923; J 259715. 

Farquharson candy co., Brookline, 
Mass. 2162 

Sign of good candies. © Nov. 27, 
1922; 1 c. Dec. 1; K 172643. 

Fawcett (Edna Hague) Washington. 

2163 
Home coming. © Feb. 11, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 20 ; J 260114. 

Ferguson (S. Homer) Detroit. 2164 
[Plans of dwelling house. 15 sheets, 
blueprints] © 1 c. Dec. 22, 1922; I 
7529. 

Ferren (Lawrence Elmer) St. Clairs- 
ville, O. 2165-2171 

[7 photographs] : 

Dangerous curve on big hill, east 
of St. Clairsville, O. — Farm scene east 
of St. Clairsville, O. — Mac's tavern on 



national highway, west of Hendrys- 
burg, O. — Old bridge and big hill on 
national highway, east of St. Clairs- 
ville, O. — Old S bridge on national 
highway. — S bridge on national high- 
way, west of St. Clairsville, O. — View 
up bill hill on national highway, east 
of St. Clairsville, O. © Feb. 1, 1923; 
2 c. each Feb. 28 ; J 260412-260418. 

Ferreras (Luis) San Juan, Porto 
Rico. 2172 

San Juan, Porto Rico, city and bay. 
© Nov. 15, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1923; 
J 259656. 

Fetvadjian (Arshag) New York. 

2173-2175 

[3 prints] : 

[Armenian lady of Erzroum, 2] — ■ 
[Childhood of Armenia, 1] — [Reading 
of the gospels, 3] © Jan. 6, 1923; 2 
c. each Jan. 17; K 171658-171660. 

Fidelity bond and mortgage co., St. 
Louis. 2176 

Savings bond. © Apr. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 22; K 171712. 

Film stars portrait co., Los Angeles. 

2177-2183 
Cat tails, 20. © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 26 ; J 259750. 

Contemplation, 10. © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 
2 c. Dec. 26 ; J 259814. 

Obalisk, 32. © Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. 
Jan. 29, 1923 ; J 259813. 

Reeds and moonlight, 11. © Dec. 
1, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 26 ; J. 259812. 

[3 photographs] : 

Model. 35. — Ode to morn, 34. — Sup- 
plication, 33. © Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. 
each Jan. 29, 1923; J 259748, 259749, 
259751. 

Fishbaugh (William Arthur) Mi- 
ami, Fla. 2184,2185 

Miami Beach, Fla., casino. © Mar. 
13, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 17; J 260565. 

, winter bathing. © Mar. 

13, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 17 ; J 260566. 

Fisher (Harry C.) New York. 

2186-2246 
Mutt and Jeff, Sept. 25, Nov. 1- 
Dec. 9, 11-31, 1922. © Sept. 25, Nov. 
1-Dec. 9, 11-31, 1922; 1 c. each Nov. 
28, 1922-Mar. 5, 1923; K 170872, 
173107-173126, 171230-171259, 173415- 
173424. 



44 



no. 1, 1923 

Fisher, Ckoft co., Seattle. 2247, 2248 
In the evening. © Jan. 27, 1923 ; 2 

c. Feb. 1 ; J 259865. 

McKinley (Mt.) 1222. © Feb. 3, 

1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 9 ; J 259928. 

Fiuk (Leonid) Portland, Or. 2249 

Caroline. © Jan. 14, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 
22 ; J 259904. 

Fleischmann co., New York. 

2250-2253 

[4 prints] : 

Friends. — Keep him smiling [etc] — 
Their whole after happiness [etc] — 
There's nothing quite so sweet [etc] 
© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 18; 
K 171668-171671. 

Funk (George Ernest) Red Wing, 
Minn. 2254-2256 

[3 photographs] : 

His majesty, Barn Bluff.— /Red 
Wing, Minn., high bridge. — Sunset on 
the Mississippi. © Aug. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. 
each Jan. 2, 1923; J 259137-259139. 

Forber (Frank A.) Aledo, 111. 2257 
Aledo, 111., Christmas week in. © 
Jan. 11, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 15 ; 1 c. Jan. 
29 ; J 259783. 

Forncrook (Clarence S.) Los Ange- 
les. 2258-2260 

Security oil syndicate, Santa Fe 
Springs holdings, 2. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1923 ; J 260099. 

Southern California oilfields, gen- 
eral view. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1923; J 
260382. 

Universal petroleum svndicate hold- 
ings. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923 ; J 260100. 

Fowler (Clifton L.) Denver. 2261 
Blasphemous lie of the evolutionist. 
(In Grace and truth, Jan., 1923) © 
Dec. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1923; K 
172106. 

Franciscan fathers of Calif., San 

Francisco. 2262 

Joseph (St.) with the infant Jesus. 

© Jan. 9, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 15 ; J 259331. 

Frank (Charles L.) Washington. 

2263 
Hamilton (A.) - drawn from life, 
Jan. 11, 1773. (c> Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 11 ; J 259288. 

Frankel (Sam) Chicago. 2264 

Paramount stars of the movies. © 

Mar. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; K 173401. 



22S3 

Fresno republican pub co., Fresno, 
Calif. 2265 

Hyland (Fighting Dick) and Bat- 
tling Nelson. © Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 30 ; J 260247. 

Freund (William H.) co., Chicago. 

2266 
Easter greetings. © Jan. 6, 1923; 
2 c. Jan. 18 ; K 172242. 

Fritsche (Louis C.) Cincinnati. 

2267, 2268 

Return of the wise men. © Nov. 
29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1923 ; K 171408. 

Youth and time. © Dec. 9, 1922; 
2 c Jan. 4, 1923 : K 171409. 

Frost & Reed, ltd., Bristol, England. 

2269, 2270 

[Hamilton (Lady) as Circe; by 
Ellen Jowett, after the painting by 
Romney] © Nov. 11, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1923 ; K 172374. 

[On velvet ; by Herbert Dicksee] © 
Nov. 1, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; K 
170819. 

Fulton bag and cotton mills, At- 
lanta. 2271 
Location of lacing rings with respect 
to ridge, rim and band. © Feb. 17, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 19 ; I 7702. 

Funk & Wagnalls co., New York. 

2272-2283 

Anticipation. (In Literary digest, 
Dec. 9, 1922) © Dec. 7, 1922; 1 c. 
Dec. 16 ; K 171177. 

[Baby] (In Literary digest, Jan. 6, 
1923) © Jan. 4, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 15; 
K 171531. 

Hopeless case. (In Literary digest, 
Jan. 13, 1923) © Jan. 11, 1923; 1 c. 
Jan. 18 ; K 171689. 

In the deep woods. (In Literary 
digest, Feb. 17, 1923) © Feb. 15, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 1 ; K 173097. 

In winter's grasp. (In Literary di- 
gest, Jan. 27, 1923) © Jan. 25, 1923; 
1 c. Feb. 3 ; K 172249. 

Night before Christmas. (In Liter- 
ary digest, Dec. 23, 1922) © Dec. 21, 
1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 5 ; K 170950. 

Recent additions to the flags of the 
world. © Feb. 10, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 16 ; 
K 172743. 

Road to fortune. (In Literary di- 
gest, Feb. 24, 1923) © Feb. 23, 1923; 
1 c. Mar. 1 ; K 173096. 

Taking on the pilot. (In Literary 
digest. Feb. 3, 1923) © Feb. 1, 1923; 
1 c. Feb. 9 : K 172424. 



54196—23- 



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Funk & Wajgnaixs co. — Continued. 

[Valentine] (In Literary digest, 
Feb. 10, 1923) © Feb. 8, 1923; 1 c. 
Feb. 19 ; K 172830. 

Winter sunset. (In Literary digest, 
Dec. 16, 1922) © Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. 
Dec. 23 ; K 171176. 

Winter sunshine. (In Literary di- 
gest, Jan. 20, 1923) © Jan. 18, 1923; 
1 c. Jan. 25 ; K 172000. 

Furry (Wendell S.) Lake Worth, 
Fla. 2284 

Furry's (Wendell) ballroom orches- 
tra. © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; J 

259883. 

Gabriel (Saml.) sons & co., New 
York. 2285-2293 

[9 prints] : 

Alphabet sewing and coloring set, 
T 168. — Embroidery work for nimble 
fingers, T 195. — First sewing box, T 
171. — Jumbo beads for very little 
folks, T 187.— Little folks embroidery 
box, T 194.— Little folks knitting set, 
T 110.— Model farm, T 193.— Simple 
sewing for tiny folks, T 173. — Wooden 
beads to string, in varied forms and 
colors, T 184. © Dec. 31, 1922; 2 c. 
each Feb. 5, 1923 ; K 172282-172290. 

Gagne (S. Archie) Somersworth, 

N. H. 2294 

Brown (Governor Fred H.) of New 

Hampshire. © Nov. 19, 1922; 1 c. 

Nov. 17 ; 1 c. Dec. 30 ; J 259204. 

Galbraith (Alexander W.) Toronto. 

2295 
Chilcoat. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; J 

259205. 

Gardner (John M) New York. 

2296-2299 

[4 prints] : 

Abd-Er-Rassul, the Theban cave 
dweller [etc.] — Amenophis II, tomb of, 
A, B. — View from Luxor across the 
Nile where tombs are located [etc] © 
Feb. 28, 1923: 2 c. each Mar. 2; K 
173099-173102. 

Garner (Frederic Alson) Jersey 

City. 2300 

[Fairview mausoleum. 7 sheets] 

© Dec. 23. 1922 : 2 c. Jan. 17, 1923 ; I 

7569. 

Garrison (W B.) inc., Washington. 

2301 
Washington, D. C, 49th Imperial 
council session, June 1923. © Mar. 
8. 1923 : 2 c. Mar. 10 ; K 173386. 



General electric co., Schenectady, N. 
Y. 2302-2317 

Flow meter chart, 822. © Sept. 2, 
1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1923 ; I 7641. 

824. © Oct. 21, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 

17, 1923; 17642. 

825, 826, 829. 830, 832, 835. 

© Nov. 4, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 17, 
1923; I 7643, 7644, 7647, 7648, 7650, 
7653. 

827, 831, 833. © Dec. 9. 1922 ; 

2 c. each Feb. 17, 1923; I 7645, 7649, 
7651. 

828. © Dec. 2, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 

17, 1923 ; I 7646. 

834, 836. © Dec. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. 

each Feb. 17, 1923 ; I 7652, 7654. 

838. © Nov. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 

17, 1923 ; I 7655. 

Wire your house, make it a home. 
© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; I 
7640. 

Gerard (George A.) Stoughton, Mass. 

2318 
Stanton (Father) © Feb. 1, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 21; J 260125. 

Gerhard sisters photo co., St. Louis. 

2319-2324 

Layton (John M.) © Feb. 21, 1923 ; 
2 c. Mar. 1 ; J 260324. 

McEniry (C. J.) © Feb. 21, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 1 ; J 260323. 

Valentino (Rudolph) 3. © Feb. 16, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 1 ; J 260320. 

and wife, 1. 2. © Feb. 16, 

1923: 2 c. each Mar. 1; J 260321, 
260322. 

Williams (M. F.) © Nov. 4, 1920; 
2 c. Feb. 17, 1923 ; J 260060. 

Gerlach, Barklow co., Joliet, 111. 

2325-2435 

Bab. © Nov. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 
1923; K 171103. 

[Baby] © Nov. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 
8, 1923; K 171112. 

Bewitching beauties: 

Coquette, Jan. — Fair co-ed, June. — 
Favorite, Nov. — Girl from home, 
May.— Golden girl, Mar.— Gypsy, July. 
— Heart's desire, Dec. — Lady Ann, 
Apr.— Vanity fair, Oct.— Zella, Sept. 
© Dec. 7, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
K 171075, 171116, 171117, 171119- 
171125. 



46 



MISCELLANEOUS GLASSES, H TO K 



no. 1, 1923 



2454 



Chrysanthemums. Fragrant flowers, 
Nov. © Dec. 7, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1923 ; K 172637. 

Our kiddies, Nov. © Nov. 1, 

1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 26 ; 
K 172638. 

Day dreams. Bewitching beauties, 
Aug. © Dec. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 
1923 ; K 172636. 

[Diana of the forest] ^ Dec. 27, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; K 171157. 

[Enchanted hour] © Dec. 18, 1922 ; 
2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; K 171080. 

Fragrant flowers: 

Asters, Sept. — Carnations, Jan. — 
Lilies-of-the-valley, May. — Orchids, 
Feb. — Pansies, July. — Poppies, Aug. — 
Red roses, Dec. — Sweet peas, June. — 
Violets, Mar. — White roses, Oct. © 
Nov. 1 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 8 1923; 
K 171088-171097. 

He that lives upon hope will die 
fasting. © Nov. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 
8, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 26 ; K 172639. 

Mistletoe. Our kiddies, Dec. © 
Dec. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; K 
171084. 

[Tulips, 2] © Nov. 1 1922; 2 c. 
Jan. 8 1923 ; K 171058. 

[Where the west wind blows] © 
Dec. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; K 
171136. 

[Whispers of love] © Dec. 26, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1923 ; K 172025. 

[5 prints] : 

[Blue boy] — [Fair debutante] — [In 
the northland] — [Nearing home] — 
Pollyanna. © Dec. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 26, 1923; K 172631-172634, 
172640. 

[11 prints] : 

Christmas the time for gifts and 
merry greetings. — Don't be caught nap- 
ping while the sun shines. — Don't drift 
with the blustering wind [etc]— Don't 
get cold feet [etc] — Every ship must 
have a controlling head [etc] — If you 
have not sown the seed do not antici- 
pate a golden harvest. — It is wonder- 
ful to live, if you live right. — Plow 
deep, while sluggards sleep [etc] — 
Try to fill the position in life you are 
best fitted for.— Uncertainty Vf the 
future puts ambition into the pres- 
ent. — Used key is always bright. © 
Nov. 28, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 8, 1923; 
K 171060-171070. 



[12 prints] : 

Apple blossoms. Our kiddies, 
May. — Autumn leaves. — Brambles. 
Our kiddies, Feb. — Geraniums. Our 
kiddies, Sept. — Honeysuckles. Our 
kiddies, July. — [In the garden of 
romance] — [Morning glories] — Nancy. 
Bewitching beauties, Feb. — [Pine 
cones] — Pussy willows. Our kiddies, 
Mar. — Roses. Our kiddies, June. — 
[Tulips, 1] © Nov. 20, 1922; 2 c. 
each Jan. 8, 1923; K 171057, 171059, 
171071-171074, 171076, 171083, 171085- 
171087, 171118. 

[51 prints] : 

[Autumn idyll] — [Breaking the log 
[jam] — [Breath of spring] — [Bridge 
at Palluel] — [Constitution and Guer- 
riere] — [Daddy's coming] — [Distant 
river] — [Dog-gone good bluff] — [Eter- 
nal snow] — [Even song] — Faithful 
guardian. — [Frugal meal] — Glorious 
autumn. — [Golden Gate] — [Holly 
time] — [In all my dreams] — [In the 
high Rockies] — [In the southland] — 
[Interrupted shave] — [Kidnapped] — 
[Lavinia] — [Little sunshine] — [Love 
me, love my dog] — [Love's lullaby] — 
[McKinley (Mt.) majestic] — [May 
and June] — [Mirrored mists] — [Mis- 
tress Charming] — [Moon glow] — 
[Moonbeams] — [Moonlit surf] — Nine- 
teenth hole.— [Old, old story]— [Path 
through the snow] — [Pioneer] — [Puss 
in the corner] — [Reprieve] — [Res- 
cue] — [Reveries] — [Roses bring mem- 
ories] — [Shield maker] — [ Sunset sym- 
phony] — [Swan dance] — Sweet soli- 
tude.— [Tahoe, the beautiful]— [Three 
thoroughbreds] — [Trouble ahead] — ■ 
LVale of golden dreams] — [Washing- 
ton's birthplace] — [Winter twilight] — 
[Woodman's cottage] © Dec. 26, 
1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 8, 1923 ; K 171077- 
171079, 171081, 171082, 171098-171102, 
171104-171111, 171113-171115, 171126- 
171135, 171137-171156. 

Gilbert (Irwin E.) Frostburg, Md. 

2430-2438 

[3 photographs] : 

Falls of Muddy Creek.— S wallow 
Falls. — Youghiogheny River. © Dec. 
29, 1922 ; 2 c. each Dec. 30 : J 259433- 
259435. 

Gillies (John Wallace) New York. 

2489-2454 

New York (City) : 

Broad street, 25. — Brooklyn bridge, 
an impression. 15. — Central park, 
fountain on mall, 7. — Fulton market. 
fishing boats, 6. — Lower Broadway, 
10.— Public library, 26.— Wall St.. sub- 



47 



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2455 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Gillies (John Wallace) — Continued, 
treasury. 22. — Woolwortb bldg. from 
the colonnade of the Municipal bldg.. 
8. © Jan. 29. 1923: 2 c. each Jan. 
31 : K 172708-172711, 172729-172732. 

New York {City) : 

Broad St.. stock exchange. 23. — ■ 
Broadway. Woolworth and Singer 
towers. 24 — Brooklyn bridge from 
above. 36. — Bush bldg. from Bryant 
park. 14.— Cathedral of St. John the 
divine. 34. — Columbia university, 
Library. 5. — Metropolitan life bldg.. 
32.— Wall st. and Trinity church. 3. 
© Feb. 20. 1923: 2 c. each Feb. 23; 
K 172961-172968. 

Glasiee (Fred W. ) Brockton. Mass. 

2455 
Massasoit. © Aug. 14. 1922; 2 c. 
Jan. 24, 1923: J 259693. 

Godfhoy (Claude Ellmoee) Minne- 
apolis. 2456 
Kill. © Mar. 21. 1922; 2 c. Mar. 
17. 1923; J 260559. 

Goes lithographing co.. Chicago. 

2457-2472 

[Lithographed bank statement 

folders. 421. 423] © Feb. 26, 1923: 

2 c. each Mar. 1: K 173063. 173064. 

[Blank certificate. 1005-1010] 

© Feb. 20. 1923: 2 c. each Feb. 23: 
K 172969-172974. 

[Stock certificate. 191] © Jan. 

16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; K 171729. 

Good fetsnitcre magazine. Grand 

Rapids. Mich. 2466.2467 

[Furnisbing and decorating the 

home, plates 370. 372] © Nov. 10. 

1922 ; 2 c. each Mar. 8. 1923 : K 173346. 
173347. 

[Plates 373-375] © Dec. 15. 

1922; 2 c. each Mar. 8. 1923; K 
173348-173350. 

[Plates 376. 377] © Jan. 10. 

1923: 2 c. each Mar. 8; K 173351. 
173352. 

Goode & Berrien, inc. New York. 

2473 
Ostrich and the iceberg. © Mar. 14. 

1923 : 2 c. Mar. 20 ; K 173531. 

Goodyear tire & rebbee co., Akron. O. 

2474 
Goodyear wingfoot heels. Goodyear 
means good wear. 39. © Nov. 20. 
1922 ; 2 c. Nov. 25 : K 173065. 



Graham (William M.) Los Angeles. 

2475 
Hollywood. Calif. © Feb. 15. 1923 ; 
2 c. Feb. 14 ; J 260475. 

Grant (Horace) Atlanta. 2476 

National order of pipe smokers. © 
Dec. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 18 ; K 170913. 

Graphic service corp.. Boston. 2477 
Influence of build on mortalitv, men. 
[Blueprint] © Feb. 7. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 
8 ; I 7598. 

Grays ste/dio. Memphis. 2478 

Gailor (Miss Ellen) © Feb. 13, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; J 260056. 

Great Divide, Denver. 2479 

Puppy love. © Jan. 17, 1923: 1 c. 
Jan. 18 ; K 171663. 

Great Lakes aerial photographic 

co., Cleveland. 2480 

Norfolk. Ya.. and vicinity, aerial 

photographic mosaic. © Apr. 28, 

1922 : 2 c. Feb. 6 ; J 259893. 

Grenbeal'x (Pael) Los Angeles. 

2481-2491 

[11 photographs] : 

All's well. — Bulletins. — Chop suey. — 
Late arrival. — Neighbors of the alley. — 
New Year's night in Chinatown. — 
News travel fast. — Patient servant. — 
Stairway. — Supper time. — Watchman. 
© Jan. 1. 1923 ; 2 c. each Dec. 29 ; J 
259784-259794. 

Grimm (Yernon Otto) Cambridge. 

Mass. 2492 

Disabled veterans contribute to near 

east relief fund. © Jan. 2. 1923 : 2 c. 

Jan. 4 ; J 259180. 

Grothaes (Gerard George) Cincin- 
nati. 2493 
Water power machine. © Feb. 20, 
1923 : 2 c. Feb. 23 ; J 260411. 

Ge'edet (Loete F.) San Francisco. 

2494 

You're a dead one [etc] © Jan. 30, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 : K 173426. 

Gelfo (Yincenzo) Brooklyn. 

2495-2497 

[3 prints] : 

End of a perfect day, 212.— Little 
fisherman. 211. — Winter scene. 210. © 
Jan. 1. 1923: 2 c. each Feb. 6; K 
172377-172379. 



48 



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no. 1, 1923 



254G 



GUTMANN & GUTMANN, New York. 

2498-2508 

[11 prints] : 

All mine. — Bedtime story. — Bub- 
bles. — Divine fire. — First dancing les- 
son. — Forgotten errand. — Friend in 
need. — His hour. — Intruder. — Puss in 
arms. — Reflected happiness, © Feb. 
13, 1923 ; 2 c. each Feb. 15 ; K 172697- 
172707. 

Haas (Herman) New York. 

2509, 2510 

Morgan (Miss G.) and Reginald C. 

Vanderbilt, 11968, A, B. © Mar. 6, 

1923; 2 c. each Mar. 8; J 260397, 

260398. 

Hagan corp., Pittsburgh. 2511-2517 
Boiler water chart, 0-50-100-200, 
0-50-100-200 S. [Blueprints] © Dec. 
28, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 17, 1923; I 
7512, 7513. 

0-50-100-200 C. © Dec. 21, 

1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1923 ; I 7558. 

Boiler water treatment pump ap- 
plied to Hagan de-concentrator, R 
3117. © Nov. 29, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1923 ; I 7515. 

Differential pressure regulator, R 
3116. © Nov. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1923 ; I 7516. 

Hagan apparatus as applied to pres- 
sure and superheat control, R 3115. 
© Nov. 29, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1923; 
I 7514. 

Hagan temperature control regula- 
tor, R 3118. [Blueprint] © Dec. 26, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1923 ; I 7517. 

Hamilton (Frederick) Providence. 

2518-2521 

Broad and Summer sts. : 

As it looked to chaffeur with dis- 
eased eyes, scene 2. — To contracted 
field of vision, scene 1. — Under normal 
vision, scenes 1, 2. © 1 c. each Jan. 
26, 1923 ; J 259710-259713. 

Hankey (W. Lee) London. 2522-2529 

[8 prints] : 

[Dawning intelligence] — [Lesson] — 
[Marie Helen] — [Meditation] — [On the 
quay] — [Open window] — [Siesta] — 
[Vinette] © Feb. 6, 1923; 1 c. each 
Feb. 21; K 172887-172894. 

Hanlein (Samuel) Washington. 

2530 
Harding (Noble Warren G.) Wel- 
come. © Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
K 173050. 



Hanna (Milton Edmund) Albuquer- 
que, N. M. 2531, 2532 

Albuquerque, N. M., Community ho- 
tel. © Dec. 29, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1923 ; J 259722. 

Santa Fe shops, new machine 

shop. © Dec. 29, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1923 ; J 259723. 

Hansen (H.) San Francisco. 2533 
San Francisco, Calif., City hall, dur- 
ing reception of Marshall Joffre, with 
aeroplanes. © Jan. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 
16; J 260379. 

Harding (John M.) Little Rock, Ark. 

2534 
Hot Springs national park, Ark. 
[Views] © Jan. 13, .1923; 2 c. Jan. 
24 ; K 171987. 

Harford (Ralph MacIntyre) East 
Lansing, Mich. 2535 

East Lansing, Mich., Michigan agri- 
cultural college, gymnasium. © June 
1, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1923 ; J 259179. 

Harris (Edward Elnwood) Morgan- 
town, W. Va. 2536-2538 

[3 photographs] : 

Meredith (Capt. Rus.) 1922 varsity 
football team. — Torch and serpent so- 
ciety preps, initiation of the torch and 
serpents. — West Virginia university 
football team, the undefeated moun- 
taineers. © 1 c. each Jan. 18, 1923; 
J 259652-259654. 

Harris (W. J.) St. Augustine, Fla. 

2539 

Silver Rock, Cranberry Lake, N. J. 

© Aug. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; J 260302. 

Harris & Ewing, Washington. 2540 
Lyman (Henry J.) © 1 c. Oct. 25, 
1920; J 243985. 

Harwood (Ruth) Berkeley, Calif. 

2541-2544 

[4 prints] : 

Easter message. [Sweet pea Easter 
card] — For you, my thoughts for you 
[etc] — May this be a link of beauty 
and happiness [etc] — Your birthday. 
[Butterfly birthday card] © Mar. 1, 
1923; 2 c. each Feb. 26; K 173035- 
173038. 

Hatch (Rosa D.) Los Angeles. 2545 
Assurance. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1922; 
J 259815. 

Haugh (CajolE.) Whiting, Ind. 2546 
Adjustable cement conveyor for 
loading freight cars, A 200. [Blue- 
print] © 1 c. Feb. S, 1923; I 7601. 



49 



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2547 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Haynes (Jack Ellis) St. Paul. 

2547, 2548 

Semi-centennial of the establishment 
of the Yellowstone. [Haynes travel- 
graph of Yellowstone natl. park, 
22398] © Nov. 25, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 
26 ; I 7492. 

Yellowstone natl. park, Wy., Grand 
Geyser, 10154. © Jan. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 13; J 259307. 

Heard (Harris) New York. 

2549-2564 
French beauty, 3178, 3198, 3229, 
3257, 3333, 3335, A, B, 3338, 3351, 
3352, 3375, 3379, 3395-3397, 3412. © 
Nov. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. each Feb. 21, 1923 ; 
J 260476-260491. 

Heine service, ltd., Louisville. 

2565-2590 

[26 photographs] : 

Auto mechanic. — Baker. — Barber. — 
Bookkeeper. — Bricklayer. — Carpen- 
ter. — Drug clerk. — Electrician. — Engi- 
neer. — Fireman. — Grocer. — Iceman. — 
Lineman. — Machinist. — Motorman. — 
Painter. — Plumber. — Policeman . — 
Postman. — Printer. — Sales lady. ■ — 
Salesman. — Sheet metal worker. — 
Stenographer. — Structural iron 

worker.— Welder. © Feb. 23, 1923; 
2 c. each Mar. 5 ; J 260506-260531. 

Henderson (F. R.) & co., inc., New 
York. 2591, 2592 

Rubber. Price of ribbed smoked 
sheets at New York, and total monthly 
exports from the east, Jan., 1922, to 
Dec, 1922. © Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 5; I 7528. 

Feb., 1922, to Jan., 1923. © 

Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; I 7595. 

Henderson lithographing co., Nor- 
wood, O. 2593-2604 

Hallowe'en novelty box for Hal- 
lowe'en parties [etc] © Mar. 1, 1922 ; 
2 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; K 172414. 

In this box you'll surely find [etc] 
1. © Dec. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; 
K 172413. 

Pictures, folders, lace paper enve- 
lopes [etc] © Mar. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 
9, 1923 ; K 172415. 

Somebody is anxious [etc] © Dec. 
15, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1923 ; K 173353. 

This box holds ornaments for the 
Christmas tree [etc] 2. © Dec. 15, 
1921; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1923; K 172416. 

236-239, 707-709. © Mar. 1, 1922; 
2 c. Feb. 26, 1923; K 173354-173359, 
173362. 



Herbert & Lance, Detroit. 2605 

Yunck (Airs. Helen Whelan) © 
Feb. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; J 260419. 

Herman (Wm. Zive) Corsicana, Tex. 

2606 
Travel via interurban. © Jan. 5, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 10 ; J 259282. 

Herrmann (George) Santa Monica, 
Calif. 2607, 2608 

Santa Monica Palisades, 1, 2. © 

Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 10; J 

259931, 259932. 

Hershman & Cardy, Chicago. 2609 
Spirit of 1923. © Dec. 27, 1922 ; 2 
c. Feb. 7, 1923; K 172734. 

Heyl (Charles C.) Germantown, Pa. 

2610 
Pinchot (Governor) of Pennsyl- 
vania. © Mar. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 6 ; 
J 260341. 

Hielm (Olaf A.) Brooklyn. 2611 

Addition, subtraction computor. 
[Blueprint] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
I 7572. 

Hinds (John Donald) New York. 

2612 
Peace be still. © Dec. 22, 1922; 2 
c. Dec. 23; J 259297. 

Hinman (Arthur) Los Angeles. 

2613 
Camp body. [Blueprint] ©Jan. 5, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 12 ; I 7609. 

Hispanic society of America, New 
York. 2614-2627 

[Photographs of paintings by Sor- 
olla] : 

Aragon. — Ayamonte. — Castilla. — Cat. 
aluna.— Elche. — Estramadura. — Gali- 
cia. — Guipuzcoa. — Navarra. — Sevilla, 
Baile. — Sevilla, el encierro. — Sevilla, 
semana santa penitentes. — Sevilla, tor- 
eros.— Valencia.— © Mar. 15. 1923 ; 2 c. 
each Mar. 10 ; J 260492-260505. 

Hixon, Newman studio, Kansas City, 
Mo. 2628 

Lane (Gertrude J.) © Jan. 10, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 19 ; J 259440. 

Hockenburg system, inc., Harrisburg, 
Pa. 2629 

Rodome. © Dec. 15, 1922; 2 c. 
Jan. 15, 1923 ; K 172733. 

Hodgen (William T.) Campbellsville, 

Ky. 2630 

Puzzle card. Don't your. [Hand 

and screw] © Jan. 30, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 

1 ; K 172243. 



50 



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no. 1, 1923 



2663 



Holdsworth (Jesse Bennett) Oak- 
land, Calif. 2631 
[Great east side. Pruitvale, the 
heart of Oakland] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1923 ; I 7511. 

Holmes & Edwaeds silver co. Bridge- 
port. Conn. 2632, 2633 
Century pattern (In Good house- 
keeping, Feb. 1923) © Jan. 20, 1923; 

1 c. Jan. 26; K 172023. 
Surpassingly lovely, surpassingly 

lasting. (In Good Housekeeping, Mar., 
1923) © Feb. 20, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 7; 
K 173231. 

Home (John) Hollywood, Calif. 

2634-2638 

[5 photographs] : 

How are the mighty fallen, etc. — 
Let not him that girdeth on his har- 
ness boast himself as he that taketh it 
off. — Let your women keep silence in 
the churches, etc.' — O tell it not in 
Gath nor publish in the streets of 
Askelon, etc. — Verily are the counsel- 
lors led away spoiled. © Jan. 23, 
1923; 2 c. each Jan. 29; J 260090- 
260094. 

Home news pub. co., New York. 

2639-2640 

Smart Alec. © Feb. 4, 1923; 1 c. 
Feb. 14; K 172656. 

Same. © Feb. 18, 1923; 1 c. 

Mar. 8; K 173427. 

Horydczak (Theodor) Washington. 

2641-2644 

Arlington national cemetery , Va., 
tomb of unknown soldier, 1. © Jan. 
15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; J 259408. 

Washington, D . C. : 

Georgetown university, 36. — Scottish 
rite temple, 1. — The mall, 37. © Jan. 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 17 ; J 259406, 
259407, 259409. 

Hubner (G. A.) Minneapolis. 

2645-2647 
Eitel (Dr. G. G.) © Jan. 2, 1923; 

2 c. Feb. 2; J 259875. 

profile. © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. 

Feb. 2; J 259874. 

Tuthill (S. G.) © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 
c. Jan. 6; J 259220. 

Hudson (J. L.) co., Detroit. 2648 

When a feller needs a friend. © 

Dec. 19, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; K 
171586. 

Hughes & Bailey, New York. 2649 

[Warwick, N. Y., aero view] © 

Jan. 30, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 2; K 172208. 



Hunt (George S.) Chicago. 2650 
Wall plaque consisting of an eagle 
adorned with a cross over a lamb and 
seals of justice. © Dec. 21, 1922; 2 
c. Dec. 28; J 258881. 

Hunter (Sherley Frank) Los 

Angeles. 2651 

Lincoln (Abraham) © Feb. 12, 

1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; K 172770. 

Hussey (John Parke) Dallas. 2652 
Doc. Blow's notes. © Dec. 28, 1922 ; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1923; K 170828. 

Hyland (Guy Curnow) North Plain- 
field, N. J. 2653,2654 

Future hat feathers. © Jan. 9, 
1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; J 259292. 

Future pocket books. © Jan. 9, 
1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; J 259293. 

Ideal studio, Chicago. 2655 

Chicago, 111., Crawford ave., Public 
library branch. © Jan. 27, 1923; 2 
c. Feb. 1; J 260095. 

Indiana condensed milk co., Indian- 
apolis. 2656 
[Pasture scene] © Sept. 26, 1922; 
2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; K 171504. 

Industrial correspondence univer- 
sity, inc., Philadelphia. 

2657-2661 

Admiralty screw propeller, M. D., 

senior section, plate 3. © Jan. 23, 

1923; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; 1 c. Feb. 13; I 

7666. 

Angular perspective diagrams, M. 
D., senior section, plate 2. © Jan. 
23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; I 7665. 

Isometrical perspective, M. D., 
senior section, plate 1. © Jan. 23, 
1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; I 7664. 

Jig parts, M. D., senior section, 
plate 4. © Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 
9; I 7607. 

Spoke bolt hole jig, M. D., senior 
section, plate 5. © Jan. 23, 1923; 2 
c. Feb. 9; I 7608. 

Insurance co., of North America. 
Philadelphia. 2662 

Man who deals in the unexpected, 
(In Saturday evening post, Feb. 3, 
1923) © Feb. 1. 1923; 1 c. Feb. 13; 
K 172652. 

Intaglio gravure process CO., New 
York. 2663 

Inspiration. © Dec. 28. 1022 : 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1923; K 170821. 



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2664 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



International feature service, inc., 
New York. 2664-2739 

Always the right time. © Feb. 25, 
1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; K 149720. 

Angels, everyone has his own idea. 
© Feb. 25, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 26; K 
149712. 

At the costume ball. © Jan. 7, 
1923; 1 c. Jan. 19; K 149667. 

Bringing up father, Jan. 7-Mar. 11, 
1923. [Weekly] © Jan. 7-Mar. 11, 
1923; 2 c. each Jan. 6-Mar. 8; K 

149657, 149673, 149678, 149681, 149689, 

149696, 149700, 149708, 149718, 149725. 
Christmas back home. © Dec. 24, 

1922; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; K 149654. 

Down on the farm, Jan. 7-Mar. 11, 
1923. [Weekly] © Jan. 7-Mar. 11, 
1923; 2 c. each Jan. 6-Mar. 8; K 

149655, 149672, 149677, 149680, 149690, 
149698, 149699, 149707, 149719, 149724. 

Eddie's friends, Jan. 7-Mar. 11, 
1923. [Weekly] © Jan. 7-Mar. 11, 
1923; 2 c. each Jan. 6-Mar. 8; K 

149658, 149664, 149671, 149683, 149686, 
149694, 149703, 149711, 149716, 149723. 

Even the snow man has a heart. 
© Feb. 4, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 12 ; K 149692. 

Faery tales. © Mar. 11, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 13; K 149727. 

Hearts and flowers. © Feb. 11, 
1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 20 ; K 149705. 

I'll love you year in and year out. 
© Dec. 31, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923 ; K 
149662. 

Jerry on the job, Jan. 7-21, 1923. 
[Weekly] © Jan. 7-21, 1923; 1 c. 
each Jan. 9-22; K 149661, 149666, 
149668. 

Jan. 7-Mar. 11, 1923. [Weekly] 

© Jan. 7-Mar. 11, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 
6-Mar, 8; K 149659, 149665, 149682, 
149687, 149695, 149702, 149710, 149714, 
149722, 

.Katzen jammer kids, Jan. 7-Mar. 11, 
1923. [Weekly] © Jan. 7-Mar. 11, 
1923: 2 c. each Jan. 6-Mar. 8; K 

149656, 149669, 149674, 149679, 149688, 

149697, 149701, 149706, 149717, 149726. 
Krazy Kat. © Aug. 20, 1922; 1 c. 

Aug. 22 ; K 149512. 

Little Jimmy, Jan. 7-Mar. 11, 1923. 
[Weekly] © Jan. 7-Mar. 11, 1923; 
2 c. each Jan. 6-Mar. 8; K 149660, 
149663, 149670, 149684, 149685, 149693, 
149704, 149709, 149715, 149721. 

Lost. © Jan. 21, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 29 ; 
K 149676. 

Mirror rehearsal. © Mar. 4, 1923; 
1 c. Mar. 16 ; K 149728. 



Only a dream. © Jan. 28, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 7 ; K 149691. 

Out of the past. © Feb. 18, 1923; 

1 c. Feb. 28 ; K 149713. 

When their ship of gold comes in. 
© Jan. 14, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; K 
149675. 

International harvester co. of 
America, Chicago. 2740 

[Girl in harvest field] © Oct. 1, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1923 ; K 171306. 

International shoe co. (Friedman 
Shelby br. of) St. Louis. 

2741-2745 
[5 prints] : 

Charm of June. — First little red 
goose. — Getting his goat. — In loving 
arms. — Welcome springtime. © Dec. 
28, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 8, 1923; K 
171162-171166. 

Ireland (Sarah) Baltimore. 2746 

Happy Christmas. © Nov. 15, 1922 ; 

2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; K 170820. 

Irving (Frank N.) and Brower 
(ManleyB.) Way cross, Ga. 2747 
Waycross, Ga., airscape. © Dec. 29, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; J 259183. 

Israel (Joseph Charles) New York. 

2748 
Star puzzle. © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 6 ; K 171406. 

Jackson (Robert) Kansas City, Mo. 
Colored barber fashion chart of dif- 
ferent styles of hair cuts. © Jan. 18, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 ; J 260008. 

Jacobs (J. Warren) Waynesburg, Pa. 

2750 
Snowy owl. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 
J 259868. 

Jaques mfg. co., Chicago. 2751 

Graphic baking powder chart. © 
Feb. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; I 7703. 

Jenner (Geo.) Port Townsend, Wash. 

2752 
Turn butter balls. © Jan. 31, 1923 ; 
2 c. Feb. 7 ; J 259902. 

Jensen (Ernest V.) Portland, Or. 

2753-2760 

[8 photographs] : 

Columbia River, from Crown Point, 
looking east. — Haystack Rock, Ecola, 
Or., Cannon beach, from Kramers 
Point. — Haystack Rock, Ecola, Or., 
from Kramers Point looking south. — 
Kramers Point, looking at Seal Rocks, 
Chapman and Ecola Points, Lewis and 
Flander's houses. — Kramers Point, 



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2852 



looking north to Seal Rocks. — Kramers 
Point looking northwest to Chapman 
and Ecola Points, and Seal Rocks, 
Ecola Cannon Beach. — Kramers Point 
showing Tillamook Rock lighthouse 
and C*hapman and Ecola Points. — 
Peace at the Pacific Ocean. © Nov. 
4, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 1, 1923; J 
260175^260182. 

Johnson (George W.) St. Stephens, 
Wy. 2761-2767 

[7 photographs] : 

Arapahoe braves, 1.— Otter Robe. — 
Painted Bear. — Red Pipe. — Wolf 
dance, 1, 2.— Wolf Elk. © Feb. 10, 
1923; 2 c. each Feb. 15; J 260041- 
260047. 

Johnson (Herbert) New York. 

2768-2773 

Castles in the air. © Nov. 4, 1922 ; 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1923 ; K 172069. 

Matchmaker. © Nov. 16, 1922 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1923 ; K 172071. 

Rival employers. © Dec. 20, 1922 ; 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1923 ; K 172854. 

Same man. © Dec. 9, 1922; 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1923 ; K 172855. 

Same patriot. © Nov. 3, 1922 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1923 ; K 172070. 

Winter pastimes. © Dec. 7, 1922; 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; K 172853. 

Johnson (Sander M.) West Salem. 
Wis. 2774 

Garland (Hamlin) residence, 1. © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; J 260553. 

Johnson nut co., Minneapolis. 

2775-2781 

Johnson's sane, they're more refined, 
nuts: 

Chocolate dipped peanuts. — John- 
son's sane, they're more refined 
nuts. — Salted almonds. — Salted love 
nuts. — Salted peanuts. — Salted 
pecans.— Sugar roasted peanuts. © 
Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
K 172490-172496. 

Johnston (MalcoIlm S.) Geneva, N. 
Y. 2782, 2783 

Sands (Mercy) wife of Richard 
St 11 well. © Mar. 8, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 
9; J 260409. 

Stillwell genealogy. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1923; J 259279. 

Jones (Charles Gaskin) Branson, 
Mo. 2784-2792 

Missouri limit. © Jan. 1, 1923; 2 
c. Feb. 20 ; J 26043(5. 



Place to rest. © Sept. 1, 1922; 2 
c. Feb. 20, 1923 ; J 260437. 

[3 photographs] : 

Sunrise on Lake Taneycomo. — Sun- 
set on Lake Taneycomo. — Whispering 
shadows. © Aug. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. each 
Feb. 20, 1923 ; J 260438-260440. 

[4 photographs] : 

Bass Rapids. — Candy Bluff. — Crys- 
tal pool.— Echo dell. © Feb. 15, 1923 ; 
2 c. each Feb. 20 ; J 260441-260444. 

Jones (Henry P.) Buffalo. 2793 

Scale for use with U. S. geological 
survey maps. [Blueprint] © Dec. 
28, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 ; I 7493. 

Jones (Nellie Kedzie) Madison, Wis. 

2794-2798 

[5 prints] : 

Fanny Fat. — Minnie Minerals. — 
Polly Protein. — Sally Sugar. — Viola 
Vitamines. © Mar. 15, 1923; 1 c. 
each Feb. 12 ; 1 c. each Mar. 12 ; K 
173428-173432. 

Jordan (Franklin Ingalls) Boston. 

2799 
[Fisher folks calendar] © Dec. 26, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1923 ; K 171410. 

Kasebier (Gp:rtrude) New York. 

2800 
Lincoln (Abraham) (In Outlook, 
Feb. 7, 1923) © Feb. 2, 1923; 1 c. 
Feb. 3; K 172418. 

Kahler (Carl) Joliet, 111. 2801 

[Your humble servant] © Dec. 26, 

1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1923; K 172024. 

Kalamazoo vegetable parchment co., 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 2S02 

[Bubbles] © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 27; K 172381. 

Kamen (Harry) Chicago. 2S03 

Gun toter. © Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 28; J 260303. 

Kaufman (Wolfe) Paterson, N. J. 

2801 
Selective detector, self amplifying 
circuit. [Blueprint] © 1 c. Feb. 17. 
1923; I 7657. 

Kazanjian studio, inc.. Now York. 

2805-2852 
L.vingston (Mrs, G.) jr., D 1. © 

Dec. 1. 1922: 2 c. Fob. 12. 1923; .1 
L59992. 



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2853 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Kazanjian studio, inc. — Continued. 
O'Brien {Mrs. Kenneth R.) : 
And bridesmaids, 49. — And Ellin 

Mackay, 6 32. — And pages, 8, 45. — 

Bridesmaids, 50, XX. — O'Brien (Mrs. 

Kenneth R.) 9, 30, 42, 57, 58, 61-64. 

© Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 8, 1923 ; 

J 259824-259830, 259832-259840. 

[11 photographs] : 

Butler (Airs. Pierce) C 1. — O'Brien 
(Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R.) 43.— 
O'Brien (Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R.) 
and bridesmaids, 3, 56. — O'Brien (Mr. 
and Mrs. Kenneth R.) and brides- 
maids, ushers and one page, 55. — 
O'Brien (Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R.) 
Mr. Clarence Mackay and bridesmaids, 
53.— 0'Br;en (Mrs. Kenneth R.) and 
bridesmaids and two pages, 28, 51. — 
O'Brien (Mrs. Kenneth R.) and Mr. 
Clarence Mackay, 31, 59, 60. © Dec. 
1, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 8, 1923; J 
259981-259991. 

[20 photographs] : 

Butler (Mrs. Pierce) C 2, 37, 70 — 
McFadden (Mrs. John) jr. — Mackay 
(Ellin) A 1-A 11, 35.— O'Brien (Mr. 
and Mrs. Kenneth R.) 47. — O'Brien 
(Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R.) and Mr. 
and Mrs. Clarence Mackay. — Post 
(Mrs. E. M.) jr. — Vanderbilt (Muriel) 
© Dec. 1, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 8, 
1923 ; J 259816-259823, 259831, 259841- 
259851. 

Kellogg switchboakd & supply CO., 
Chicago. 2853 

Like this, not like this. © Jan. 23, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; K 173043. 

Kemp (John H.) Long Beach, Calif. 

2854 
Roach (I. Frank) © Jan. 26, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 5 ; J 260124. 

Kemp & Beatley, inc., New York. 

2855-2865 

Tufty-tub dress, 3029-3035. © Feb. 
3, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 5; K 172517- 
172523. 

3038-3041. © Mar. 13, 1923; 

2 c. each Mar. 14; K 173410-17341B. 

Kemper, Thomas co., Cincinnati. 

2866-2960 

[Little gray home in the west] © 
Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; K 173040. 

Mickey. © Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 
12 ; K 172655. 

[6 prints] : 

Every child should have a bank 
account [etc.] — Little savings bank in 
the home [etc.] — Now is the time to 



start his bank account [etc.] — Saving 
acquired in youth [etc.] — Wife must 
not be extravagant [etc.] — Woman, 
who can save money [etc.] © Jan. 
1, 1923 ; 2 c. each Feb. 15 ; K 172661- 
172666. 

[87 prints] : 

[About ready for the first lesson in 
the field] — [American beauties] — 
[Among the Rockies whose snow 
capped peaks reign, etc] — [Amundsen 
(Roald)] — [Answering the call] — 
[Balboa (Vasco Nunez de)] — [Begin- 
ning of the American navy] — [Canter- 
bury cathedral] — [Cartier (Jacques)] 
—[Child of the forest]— Children's 
hour. — [ Columbus ( Christopher ) ] — 
[Come and get 'em] — [Cook (Captain 
James) ] — [Cortez (Hernando) ] — 
[Darn it, it's April first] — [Day is 
done and the darkness falls, etc.] — 
[Diana] — [Don't you wish you had 
some] — [Down by the old garden 
gate] — [Earth's breast is tilled as 
dawns faint light, etc.] — [End of a 
perfect day] — [Ericson (Leif ) ] — Even- 
ing prayer. — Everything just as good 
as it looks. — [Free as the wind that 
blows, etc.] — Garden hose. — [Girl of 
my dreams] — [God's angels] — 
[Greater than all the world beside is 
the love of a mother's heart] — [Home 
kingdom of love and peace] — [Home- 
ward in the long twilight] — [How dear 
to my heart are the scenes of my 
childhood] — I have my eyes on you. — 
[I hear you calling me] — [In the land 
where dreams come true] — In the nick 
of time. — [In the realm of the tall 
pines where the mountain lion reigns] 
— [In the rosy twilight hour] — In the 
springtime of youth. — [It's a hair- 
closer, by gosh] — [Jehosephant, what 
a thirst] -^Kindred of the wild. — 
[Land of peace and plenty] — [Life's 
darkest moment] — [Light that glows 
through the darkening night, etc.] — 
[Listening to the still voices] — [Liv- 
ingston (David)] — [Maid of dainty 
grace is she, etc.] — [Marriage of the 
Adriatic] — [Minnehaha] — Mother's 
first lesson in saving. — Mother's treat. 
— [Nature's mirror] — Old faithful. — • 
[Passing day greets the heralds of 
night, etc.]— [Perry (Robert E.)]— 
[Picture that ever dwells in the depths 
of a maiden's heart] — [Pizarro (Fran- 
cisco)] — [Polo (Marco)] — Pride of 
the farm.— [Rainier (Mt.)]— [Re- 
flections] — [Rule that every child 
should learn, etc.] — [Service please] — 
[Shackelton (Sir Henry) ]— [Silent 
calm of the twilight hour] — Silvery 
path of dreams. — [Some one is going 



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no. 1, 1923 



3025 



to catch it] — [Something is going to 
happen] — [Surprise party on the old 
man] — [Sweethearts still as in the 
days of old] — [Telephone service our 
specialty] — [There are more ways 
than one] — There is no place like 
home. — [There's always a women in 
the case] — They feel as fine as they 
look.— This is the life. — This is what 
makes me so healthy. — [Triumph of 
modern achievement] — Virginia.— 
[Vision of the happy hunting grounds] 
— -[Way down on the Swanee River] — 
We are always willing to serve you. — 
We deliver the goods. — What'll you 
give to tow you home. — [Wishing 
pool] © Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 
12; K 172533-172618, 173042. 

Kern (Joseph J.) Palm Beach, Fla. 

2961 
Biggers {Mayor) Judge Earman 
and Sheriff Baker. © Feb. 7, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 9 ; J 259927. 

Keystone pub. co., Philadelphia. 2962 
Heirlooms. © Dec. 28, 1922; 2 c. 
Jan. 25, 1923 ; K 172244. 

Keystone view co., inc., of N. Y., New 
York. 2963 

William II {Ex Kaiser) of Ger- 
many and his bride. © Jan. 4, 1923 ; 
2 c. Jan. 5; J 259187. 

Kimball studio, Concord, N. H. 2964 
Moors (Charles) © Mar. 8, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 10 ; J 260429. 

Kincaid (Flossie W.) Washington. 

2965-2967 

Washington, D. C. : 

Beneath the cherry blossoms. — In 
cherry blossom time. — U. S. Capitol, 
panorama. © Dec. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 4 ; J 259176-259178. 

King (Raphael T.) McCleary, Wash. 

2968, 2969 
Going down. © Feb. 25, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 26 ; J 260263. 

In self defense. © Feb. 25, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 26 ; J 260264. 

King features syndicate, inc., New 
York. 2970-2979 

Barney Google, Dec. 17-31, 1922, 
Jan. 7-Feb. 18, 1923. [Weekly] © 
Dec. 17-31, 1922, Jan. 7-Feb. 18, 1923 ; 
1 c. each Dec. 30, 1922-Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
K 170938, 170942, 171299, 172004, 
172008, 172062, 172372, 172833, 172929, 
173056. 



Stumble inn, Dec. 16-Dec. 30, 1922, 
Jan. 6-Feb. 17, 1923. [Weekly] © 
Dec. 16-Dec. 30, 1922, Jan. 6-Feb. 17, 
1923 ; 1 c. each Dec. 30, 1922-Feb. 28, 
1923 ; K 170940, 170944, 172001, 172003, 
172007, 172064, 172370, 172832, 172927, 
173058. 

Tillie the toiler, Dec. 17-31, 1923, 
Jan. 7-Feb. 18, 1923. [Weekly] © 
Dec. 17-31, 1923, Jan. 7-Feb. 18, 1923 ; 
1 c. each Dec. 30, 1922-Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
K 170943, 170939, 171300, 172005, 
172009, 172063, 172373, 172834, 172930, 
173057. 

Toots and Casper, Dec. 17-31, 1922, 
Jan. 7-Feb. 18, 1923. [Weekly] © 
Dec. 17-31, 1922, Jan. 7-Feb. 18, 1923 ; 
1 c. each Dec. 30, 1922-Feb. 28, 1923; 
K 170937, 170941, 171298, 172002, 
172006, 172061, 172371, 172831, 172928, 
173055. 

King ventilating co., Owatonna, 
Minn. 3010-3025 

[Building construction of] : 
[Brick and tile walls showing four 
different types of construction having 
a heat loss respectively of 29%, 24%, 
20%, 18%. Blueprint] — [Ceilings 
showing six different types of con- 
struction having a heat loss respec- 
tively of 55%, 26%, 22%, 22%, 20%, 
16%. Blueprint] — [Doors showing 
four different types of construction 
having a heat loss respectively of 
55%, 26%, 24%, 22%. Blueprint]— 
[Floors showing six different types of 
construction having a heat loss respec- 
tively of 31%, 30%, 16%, 15%, 12%, 
11%. Blueprint] — [Roofs showing 
four different types of construction 
having a heat loss respectively of 23%, 
21%, 22%, 20%. Blueprint]— [Roofs 
showing four different types of con- 
struction having a heat loss respec- 
tively of 50%, 49%, 28%, 27%. Blue- 
print] — [Stone walls showing four dif- 
ferent types of construction having a 
heat loss respectively of 37%, 33%, 
31%, 28%. Blueprint]— [Stone walls 
showing four different types of con- 
struction having a heat loss respec- 
tively of 48%, 41%, 40%, 34%. Blue- 
print] — [Tile walls showing six differ- 
ent types of construction having a heat 
loss respectively of 56%, 50%, 44<>, 
34%, 31%, 26%. Blueprint] — [Win- 
dows showing six different types of 
construction having a heat loss respec- 
tively of 110%, 45%, 37%, 62%. 130%, 
62%. Blueprint] © Dec. 18. 1922 ; 2 
c. each Jan. 22, 1923 ; I 7537-7546. 



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3026 



pt. iv, n. s., v. IS 



King ventilating co. — Continued. 

[6 blueprints] : 

Brick walls. [Building construc- 
tion of brick walls showing six dif- 
ferent types of construction having 
a heat loss respectively of 42%, 32%, 
26%, 38%, 29%, 25%]— Cement block 
walls. [Building construction of ce- 
ment block walls showing four differ- 
ent types of construction having a 
heat loss respectively of 38%, 35%, 
48%, 35%] — Cement block walls. 
[Building construction of cement block 
walls showing four different types of 
construction having a heat loss respec- 
tively of 63%, 55%, 45%, 38%.— Con- 
crete walls.] [Building construction of 
concrete walls showing six different 
types of construction having a heat loss 
respectively of 63%, 56%, 37%, 48%, 
25%, 24%] — Lumber walls. [Building 
construction of lumber walls showing- 
four different types of construction 
having a heat loss respectively of 22%, 
20%, 18%, 16%] — Lumber walls. 
[Building construction of lumber walls 
showing four different types of con- 
struction having a heat loss respec- 
tively of 55%. 26%, 24%, 22%]. © 
Dec. 18, 1922; 2 c. each Dec. 26; I 
7494-7499. 



Kinney (Bruce) Denver 



3026 



Stumbling Bear (Grandma) Kiowa 
Indian. © Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 
27; J 260284. 

Kinsey (Darius) Seattle. 3027-3040 

Baker (Mt.) and Sisters Mts., 
Wash., 300 G. © Dec. 1, 1922; 2 c. 
Jan. 6, 1923 ; J 259330. 

[13 photographs] : 

Baker River Canyon, from below, 
302. — Baker River Canyon, from west 
s'de, 302 A. — Chuckanut drive, picture- 
esque view around every curve, 266. — 
Chuckanut drive through Public state 
park near Bellingham, Wash., 269. — 
Puget Sound along Chuckanut drive, 
general view, 264. — Skagit River and 
Davis Mt, picturesque view, 227 D. — 
Skagit River. Giant Stepping Stones, 
close up view, 226 L. — Skagit River, 
famous Stepping Stones, 226. — Skagit 
River, Giant Stepping Stones Falls, 
226 M. — Skagit River power project 
camp, 228 F. — Skagit River power pro- 
ject camp, rugged mountain scenery 
above, 228 G. — Skagit River, rugged 
mountain scenerv. 228 D. — Snoqualmie 
Falls, 216 K. © Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. 
each Jan. 6, 1923; J 259317-259329 ' 



Kirshner (Nathaniel M.) Los 
Angeles. 3041 

Kirshner's headquarters for wed- 
ding rings. [Cupid's forge] © Jan. 
12, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; K 171913. 

Kleinert (I. B.) rubber co., New 

York. 3042, 3043 

Kleinert's jiffy baby pants. (In 

AVoman's home companion, Mar., 1923) 

© Mar. 1, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 27 ; K 173223. 

Why change your frock? (In 
Modern Priscilla, Feb., 1923) . © Jan. 
20, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; K 172291. 

Knapp (F. E.) Stevenson, Wash. 

3044, 304.5 
Forest fire on Herman Creek, Cas- 
cade Mts., A, B. © July 25, 1922; 
2 c. each Jan. 31, 1923; J 259770, 
259771. 

Knight (B. B. & R.) inc., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 3046 
[Fruit of the loom exhibit] © 1 
c. Jan. 25, 1923; I 7584. 

Koblick (Morris) and Fanselow 
(Gustave Fred) San Francisco. 

3047-3050 
[4 photographs] : 

Behind the veil. — Evening prayer. — 
Gateway of Allah, A, B. © Jan. 30, 
1923; 2 c. each Feb. 5; J 259877- 
259880. 

Kolb (Ellsworth L.) Grand Canyon, 

Ariz. 3051, 3052 

First airplane to land in the Grand 

Canyon of Ariz. © Aug. 11, 1922; 

2 c. Aug. 23 ; J 259416. 

Grand Canyon, Ariz., south rim, 
from airplane. © Aug. 11, 1922; 2 
c. Aug. 23 ; J 259432. 

Koppel (Jules G.) Los Angeles. 

3053 
Royal union film assn. [Emblem] 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923 ; I 7533. 

Krimmer (J. H.) AND Haderer (S.) 

San Antonio. 3054 

Bexar County medical society 

group. © Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 

18; J 259414. 

KUEMMEL (WlLHELMINE CAROLINE) 

Bridgeport, Conn. 3055 

Chic American dress cutting, de- 
signing and tailoring school. [Princi- 
ple] © May 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
I 7480. 



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3086 



Kuppenheimer (B.) & co., inc., Chi- 
cago. 3056 
Kuppenheirner good clothes. The 
right move, an inves f ment in good ap- 
pearance. © Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Nov. 
13: K 172937. 

Lacey (James D.) & co., Chicago. 

3057 
[California redwood] © Jan. 16, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; K 171672. 

Ladewich (Edward G.) Mansfield, O. 

3058-3062 
Memorial. 1427. © Feh. 10, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 26 ; J 260560. 

1459-1462. © Feb. 20, 1923; 

2 c. each Feb. 26; J 260561-260564. 

Lake (Elsmore) Oakland, Calif. 

3063 
[Oakland, Calif., Joaquin Miller's 
home] © Dec. 29, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 4, 
1923: K 170931. 

Lake Erie trust co., Cleveland. 3064 
Cleveland, O., gateway to the new 
business section. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923 ; 
J 259869. 

Landau (Max J.) Erie, Pa. 3065 

People's petroleum co., 1865. © 

Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1922; J 

258759. 

Larner (Mortimer F.) Lansing, Mich. 

3066 
Lansing, Mich., State capitol. © 
May 12. 3922; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1923; J 
260170. 

Laveccha (John) Chicago. 3067 

Arrival of the shepherds. © Feb. 



I 1923: 2 c. Feb. 11 



J 259988. 



Laverty (Lou) Fresno, Calif. 3068 
Christmas greetings, from the home 
of confections rare [etc] © Dec. 1, 
1922; 2 c. Dec. 6; K 172107. 

Laverty (Mrs. Lou) Fresno, Calif. 

3069, 3070 

Holiday greetings. Friendship's fire 
we kindle anew [etc] © Dec. 1, 
1922; 2 c. Dec. 14; K 172108. 

May the sunshine of happiness il- 
lume your way. © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 e. 
Dec. 14 ; K 172109. 

Lebanon boiler works. Lebanon, Pa. 

3071 
Uniflow boiler. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1923 ; I 7487. 



Leclerc (Moise J.) New York. 3072 
Caruso (Mr. and Mrs. Enrico) © 
Aug. 5, 1920; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1923; J 
259716. 

Leeland (Ole S.) Mitchell, S. D. 

3073 

Sioux valley ski club. Canton. S. D. 

© Feb. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; J 259916. 

Lefevre (L. H.) & son, London. 

3074 

[Flaw in the title; by R. Wallace 

Hester, after W. Dendy Sadler] © 

Feb. 1, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 15 ; K 172111. 

Leffingwell, Millard, inc., Chicago. 

3075 
[Chicago, 111., 750 North Michigan 
ave., Leffins:well's] ©Feb. 6, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 12; K 172516. 

Leghorn world, Waverly, la. 3076 
Standard bred single comb white 
leghorns. © Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 
15; K 172247. 

Lehigh Portland cement co., Allen- 
town, Pa. 3077-3079 

T3 prints] : 

[Good news] — [Hunter and dog] — 
[Mountain lion] © Dec. 2, 1922 ; 2 c. 
each Feb. 9, 1923 ; K 172442-172444. 

Leopold, Solomon & Eisendrath, 
Chicago. 3080-3082 

Langham clothes for young men. 
[Man and girl standing near tablel 
© Feb. 7, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; K 
172653. 

' [Man and girl standing on 

golf links 1 © Feb. 7, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 
13; K 172654. 

Langham high clothes for younger 
young men [Boy standing on porch, 
etc] © Mar. 9, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; 
K 173402. 

Leverett (William Joseph) Council 
Bluffs, la. 30S3 

6%. © Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 6; 
K 173224. 

Lewis (George Edward) Dorchester. 
Mass. 3084 

Typical flapper. © 1 c. Jan. S, 
1923 ; J 259239. 

Lewis (Harry E.) Harlan, la. 3085 
Contentment. © July 10. 1922: 
2 c. Nov. 10, 1922 ; J 25S16S. 

Lewis (Howard B.) Los Angeles. 

3086 
Chart for design of out gears. © 1 

c. Ian. 3. 1923: T 7467. 



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pt. iv, n. s„ v. 18 



Lewis (W. E.) Portland, Or. 3087 
We mix gray matter with our ink. 
© Dec. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan 2, 1923; 
K 171407. 

Lexington histokical soc . Lexing- 
ton, Mass. 3088-3095 
Lexington, Mass., Buckman tavern: 
Ball room fireplace. — Fireplace in 

barroom. — Flying staircase. — Kitchen 

fireplace © 1 c. each Feb. 28, 1923; 

, l 2^0316-2^0319 

Same. © Mar. 5, 1923; 2 c. 

each Mar. 16; J 260542-260545. 

Liebschee (Gustave) Germantown, 
Pa. 3096, 3097 

Butterfly dance. © Jan. 2, 1923; 
2 c. Dec. 26, 1922 ; J 259274. 

When the cows come home. © Jan. 
•2, 1923; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1922; J 259273. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co., New 
York. 3098, 3099 

Daddy, get your pipe. (In Satur- 
day evening post, Dec. 16, 1922) © 
Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; K 
172029. 

Velvet, the best smoking tobacco 
[etc] (In Saturday evening post, 
Jan. 13, 1923) © Jan. 11, 1923; 1 c. 
Jan. 25; K 172030. 

Lippincott (Oliver C.) Philadelphia. 

3100 
[Chart indicating cutting speed with 
efficient cutting oils. Blueprint] © 
Jan. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 6 ; I 7596. 

Lloyd (A. D.) Oklahoma City, Okl. 

3101-3103 

[3 drawings] : 

Cross sections and depth at which 
oil and gas sands will be penetrated, 
etc., plate 4. [Blueprint] — Cross sec- 
tions. Chandler, Sparks anticline, plate 
2. [Blueprint] — Structure contour 
Chandler, Sparks anticline with loca- 
tion of outliers. [Blueprint] © Feb. 
8, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 12; I 7711- 
7713. 

Lochren (William A.) film and 

slide co., Minneapolis. 3104 

Exchange war savings stamps for 

treasurv savings certificates. © Dec. 

14, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 18 ; J 259308. 

Lochren (William A.) film co., Min- 
neapolis. 3105-3110 
Barberry eradication at Spring Val- 
ley, Minn., 1-6. © Aug. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. 
each Jan. 2, 1923 ; J 259208-259213. 



Long (W. E.) co., inc., Chicago. 

3111-3112 

French toast. There's a difference 
in bread. [24 sheet poster] © Feb. 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 20 ; K 172852. 

There's a difference in bread. 
[Bread and toaster. 24 sheet poster, 
013657] © Feb. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 13 ; 
K 172619. 

Longstreet (Charles A.) Youngs- 
town, O. 3113 
Indoor foot ball. © Jan. 10, 1923 ; 
2 c. Jan. 16 ; I 7568. 

Loomis (Alfred L.) New York. 3114 
[Yield chart for indicating the yield 
of bonds and stocks] © July 15, 1922 ; 
2 c. Aug. 3 ; I 7488. 

Loomis (Fred T.) Elmira, N. Y. 

3115, 3116 
Elmira college, airplane view, 1, 2. 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 6; J 
259894, 259895. 

Lowey (Flora E.) La Crosse, Wis. 

3117 
Garland (Hamlin) and his daughter 
Mary. © Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1923 ; J 259127. 

Ltjmart studio, Toledo, O. 3118-3120 
Brailey (Mrs. Ora L.) © Jan. 27, 

1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 10 ; J 260431. 
Dantell (Betty Jane, Phyllis and 

Eugene jr.) © Feb. 16, 1923; 2 c. 

Mar. 10 ; J 260430. 
Dederick (Mrs. Agnes Kountz) © 

Nov. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 19 ; J 259281. 

Lyons (William H.) & co., inc., Buf- 
falo. 3121-3124 
Our own publication illustrating our 
exclusive styles for this season, plates 
2 A-5A. © Mar. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 28 ; 
K 173051-173054. 

Ma as & Richter, Milwaukee. 3125 
Pirate ship, model 1. © Jan. 8, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 20 ; I 7531. 

McCtjlloch bros., Phoenix, Ariz. 

3126-3129 

Camel-Back Mt. © Feb. 1. 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 14 ; J 260009. 

[3 photographs] : 

Grand Canyon of the Salt River. — 
Mormon Flats. — Superstition Mt. from 
Superior road. © Dec. 30, 1922 : 2 c. 
each Jan. 4, 1923 ; J 259184-259186. 

Mcintosh (Oliver H.) Denver. 3130 
Colorado, 2,000,000 in 1930. Denver, 
500,000. © Jan. 18. 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 ; 
K 172105. 



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3443 



McIntyre (R. E.) Boston. 3131 

When the old man stepped out. © 
Dec 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8 ; J 259238. 

McKay (R. H.) Missoula, Mont. 

3132, 3133 

McDonald (Lake) little, 601. © 
Dec. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1923; J 
259970., 

McDonald (Lake) winter afternoon 
at, 600. © Dec. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1923 ; J 259969. 

McKenzie (Hugh) Duluth, Minn. 

3134-3136 

Black River Falls: 

And glen, 8752.— And pool, 8750 — 
Black River Falls, 8753. © Jan. 1, 
1923; 2 c. each Dec. 16, 1922; J 
259756-259758. 

McNatton (Adam O.) Columbus City, 
la. 3137 

Minature of a pioneer residence. © 
Dec. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 3 ; J 259898. 

Magill, Weinsheimer co., Chicago. 

3138 
Watching the hounds. © Jan. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 9 ; K 173379. 

Manard (Sidney Theodore) Seattle. 

3139 
Guys from Mars. © Nov. 11, 1922 ; 
2 c. Dec. 2 ; K 172110. 

Manitowoc seed co., Manitowoc. Wis. 

3140-3230 

[91 prints] : 

Beans, Black wax. — Beans, Extra 
early red valentine green pod. — Beans, 
Green pod six weeks. — Beans, Im- 
proved golden wax. — Beans, Kentucky 
wonder pole beans. — Beet, Dark red 
Egyptian turnip. — Beet, Early blood 
turnip. — Beet, Eclipse. — Borecole or 
kale, Dwarf German green. — Borecole 
or kale, Tall Scotch curled. — Cabbage, 
Drumhead savoy. — Cabbage, Early flat 
summer. — Cabbage, Early Jersey 
Wakefield. — Cabbage, Early Winning- 
stadt. — Cabbage, Hollander or Danish 
ball head. — Cabbage, Large late drum- 
head. — Cabbage, Large late flat 
Dutch. — Cabbage, Mammoth red 
rock. — Carrot, Danvers half long. — 
Carrot, Early scarlet horn. — Carrot. 
Improved long orange. — Carrot, ox- 
heart or guerande. — Cauliflower, Ex- 
tra early dwarf erfurt — Cauliflower, 
Extra early snowball. — Cleriac or 
turnip rooted celery.— Celery, Golden 
self bleaching. — Celery, White plume. — 
Corn, Early Minnesota sweet. — Corn, 
Early white cory sweet. — Corn, 
Stowell's evergreen sweet. — Cucumber, 



Chicago pickle. — Cucumber, Early 
white spine. — Cucumber, Green pro- 
lific. — Cucumber improved long 
green. — Dill. — Endive, White curled. — 
Kohlrabi, Early purple Vienna. — 
Kohlrabi, Early white Vienna. — Leek, 
Large flag. — Lettuce, Early curled 
Simpson. — Lettuce, Early forcing Grand 
Rapids. — Lettuce, Improved Hanson 
head. — Lettuce, Prize head. — Musk- 
melon, Extra early Hackensack. — 
Muskmelon, Rockyford. — Onion, Large 
red Weathersfield. — Onion, Southport 
red globe. — Onion, Southport white 
globe. — Onion, White pickling. — Onion, 
Yellow Danvers flat. — Onion, Yellow 
globe Danver's. — Oyster plant, Sal- 
sify. — Parsley, Hamburg or rooted. — 
Parsley, moss curled. — Parsnip, Hol- 
low crown. — Parsnip, Long white. — 
Peas, American wonder early dwarf. — 
Peas, Champion of England late tall. — 
Peas, McLeans little gem early 
dwarf. — Peas, Nott's excelsior early 
dwarf. — Pepper, Bell or bull nose. — 
Pepper, Cayenne. — Pumpkin, Sweet or 
sugar pie. — Radish, Early scarlet tur- 
nip. — Radish, French breakfast. — Rad- 
ish, Improved chartier. — Radish, Long 
black Spanish winter. — Radish Long 
brightest scarlet. — Radish, Round 
black Spanish winter. — Radish, White 
tipped scarlet turnip. — Rutabaga, 
American purple top, 1, 2. — Sage, 
Broad leaved. — Spinach, Long stand- 
ing — Spinach, Prickly or winter. — 
Spinach, Swiss chard. — Squash, Golden 
Hubbard. — Squash, Mammoth warted 
Hubbard. — Summer savory. — Sweet 
marjoram. — Thyme. — Tomato, Early 
acme. — Tomato, Early perfection. — To- 
mato, New stone. — Tomato, Three to- 
mato dwarf champion. — Turnip. Early 
purple top strap leaved. — Turnip, Pur- 
ple top flat strap leaf. — Turnip. Purple 
top white globe, 1, 2. — Watermelon. 
Kleckley's sweet. — Watermelon, Sweet- 
heart. © Jan. 15, 1921; 2 c. each 
Jan. 2, 1923 ; K 172112-172202. 

Manning (Mark E.) San Francisco. 

[Hotel designs, 1st and 2nd floor 
plans. Blueprints! © Jan. 24. 1923; 
2 c. Jan. 30 ; I 7597. 

Marceau (Theodore C.) New York. 

3232-3443 

Barclay (Mrs. Hugh) © Jan. 20. 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; J 259807. 

Brown (Barbara) © Jan. 30. 1928 : 
2 c. Feb. 10 ; J 259947. 

Brown (Miss D.) A. © Feb. 10. 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 21 ; J 260217. 



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Marceau (Theodore C.) — Continued. 
Conner (Mrs. G. E.) © Feb. 25, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 5 ; J 260391. 

Copeland (Miss J.) © Feb. 5, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 10 ; J 259963. 

Davidson (Mary) © Feb. 9, 1923 ; 
2 c. Feb. 21; J 260214. 

De Castellane (Count Jay) © Feb. 
3, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; J 260384. 

DeProroh (Countess) A-C. ©Feb. 
7, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 21; J 260209- 
260211. 

Dillon (Mrs.) © Feb. 10, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 21 ; J 260212. 

Dormitzer (Marion) A. © Feb. 14, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 21 ; J 260219. 

B. © Feb. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 

21; J 260220. 

Gibbs, (Mrs. Walter) © Jan. 28, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 10 ; J 259946. 

Giederman (Helen) © Feb. 18, 
1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; J 260221. 

Grant (Harry) © Feb. 24, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 5; J 260390. 

Gurley (Miss) B. © Feb. 8, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 21; J 260216. 

Gustavson (Mrs.) Feb. 1, 1923; 2 
c. Feb. 10 ; J 259950. 

Hamilton (Mrs. William A.) © 
Jan 31, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 10 ; J 259954. 

Moore (Mrs. Harrison) © Feb. 18, 
1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; J 260222. 

Poor (Mrs. E. W.) © Jan. 28, 
1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; J 259803. 

Schlesier (Edna) © Feb. 15. 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 21 ; J 260380. 

Smith (Mrs. Alfred E) © Jan. 10, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; J 259810. 

Voss (Alice) © Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 30; J 259808. 

Wehlinger (Eleanor) A. © Feb. 23, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 5 ; J 260386. 

B. © Feb. 24, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 

5; J 260387. 

Weigert (Bertha) © Feb. 14, 1923 ; 
2 c. Feb. 21 ; J 260223. 

Winship (Mrs.) jr. © Jan. 28, 
1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; J 259804. 

[3 photographs] : 

Black (Beatrice) — Genstein (Mrs.) 
— Rosenzweig (Mrs.) © Feb. 2, 1923; 
2 c. each Feb. 10; J 259948, 259953, 
259957. 

[3 photographs] : 

Burlich (Mrs. Wm. H.) — Converse 
(Mrs. C. M.) — Morton (Dr. Rosalie 
S.) © Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 
19 ; J 259545, 259557, 259565. 



[3 photographs] : 

Charlton (Mabel) — Martin (Flor- 
ence) — Ryan (Jean V.) © Mar. 3, 
1923; 2 c. each Mar. 5; J 260388, 
260389, 260392. 

[3 photographs] : 

Cook (Mrs.) — Parcell (Mrs. 
Charles)— Walker (Mrs. A. S.) © 
Jan. 21, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 30; J 
259802, 259806, 259809. 

[3 photographs] : 

De Janze (Countess Frederic) — 
Druham (Chas. J.) — Yeoman (Miss 
G.) © Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 
5 ; J 260385, 260393, 260394. 

[3 photographs] : 

De Kay (Miss) — Golding (Mrs. H. 
E) jr. — Haaren (Mrs. Ernest C.) © 
Mar. 5, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 12; J 
260464, 260468, 260473. 

[3 photographs] : 

Druham (Charles)— Kuhn (Mrs. 
Alfred S.)— Lill (Thos. R.) © Mar. 
6, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 12 ; J 260465- 
260467. 

[3 photographs] : Peterson (Jane) — 
Plunkett (Miss) — Young (Mrs.) © 
Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 10; J 
259949, 259956, 259959. 

[3 photographs] : 

Smith (Miss C.)— Smith (Emily) — 
Webster (Rita) © Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. 
each Jan. 30 ; J 259795, 259805, 259811. 

[4 photographs] : 

Brown (Miss D.) B. — Gurley (Miss) 
A. — Prince (Theo.) — Shea (Mrs.) © 
Feb. 12, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 21; J 
260213, 260215, 260218. 260224. 

[6 photographs] : 

Falkner (Miss E.) — Frankenstein 
(Mrs. M.)— Hallock (Mrs. J. H.) — 
Hatch (Mrs. Frederick P.)— McNet 
(Mrs. Charles) — Peterson (Jane) © 
Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 10; J 
259943, 259945, 259958, 259962, 259964, 
259965. 

[7 photographs] : 

Caetini (Prince Galasio) — Dumas 
(Marie) — Fuller (Mrs. Edward) — 
Gurnee (Belle)— O'Bryan (Belle) — 
Schulkind (Mrs. Edward) — Travis 
(Mrs. Albert C.) ©Mar. 11. 1923; 
2 c. each Mar. 12; J 260462, 260463, 
260469-260472, 260474. 

[7 photographs] : 

Lezard (Louis) — Meyer (Wm. E.) — 
Mixwell (Mrs. D. G.) 1-3.— Thayer 
(Marie) — Wood (Mrs. Benjamin) © 
Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 19; J 
259527, 259530, 259579, 259580-259583. 



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no. 1, 1923 



3443 



[8 photographs] : 

Allen (Priscilla) — Falkner (Miss) — 
O'Brien (Mrs.)— Schalk (Anne C.) — 
Tichbourne (Lady D.) — Wolf (Helen) 
A, B.— Yardley (Mrs.) © Feb. 4, 1923 ; 
2 c. each Feb. 10; J 259942. 259944, 
259951, 259952, 259955. 259960, 259961, 
259966. 

[8 photographs] : 

Finnerty (Mrs. Francis) — Freder 
(Dean O. F.) — Limburg (Mrs. R.) A. 
Smith (Mrs. Alfred)— Smith (Mrs. 
Alfred E.) A, B.— Smith (Cathleen) — 
Smith (Emily) © Jan. 7, 1923; 2 c. 
each Jan. 19 ; J 259519, 259524, 259536, 
259584, 259588, 259606, 259630, 259631. 

[8 photographs] ; 

Gristede (Geraldine) — Leary (Mrs.) 
and Mrs. Phillips. — Mortimer (Mrs. 
Geo. F.)— Repley (Mrs. Carroll C.) — 
Schaefer (Miss E.) 4. — Sloan (Chris- 
tine M.)— Watts (Miss G.)— Wright 
(Emily) © Jan. 14, 1923; 2 c. each 
Jan. 19; J 259540, 259553, 259564, 
259593, 259611, 259618, 259621, 259622. 

[9 photographs] : 

Allen (Priscilla) — Dickson (Miss 
M.) B. — Grosvenor (Mrs. E. P.) — 
Hirons (Mrs. F. C.) — Kelly (Miss A. 
S.) A. — Loeming (Mrs. Albert P.) — 
Parsons (May)— Peterson (Jean) — 
San Miguel (Marquisa) © Jan. 11, 
1923; 2 c. each Jan. 19; J 259529, 
259570, 259589, 259590, 259597, 259600, 
259623, 259624, 259626. 

[10 photographs] : 

Bradley (Mrs. James) — Dreyfus 
(Mrs. Emanuel) — Field (Eleanor C.) 
— Hopkins (Mrs. S. K.) — King (Mrs. 
Fred) — Lloyd (Mrs. Edward) — Marks 
(Mrs. Edwin) jr. — Porter (Mrs. J. 
H.) — Sheldon (Mm. Roy Vernon) — 
Sterling (Elsie) © Jan. 16, 1923; 
2 c. each Jan. 19; J 259496, 259497, 
259504, 259518, 259523, 259535, 259558, 
259566, 259575, 259613. 

[12 photographs] : 

Black (Beatrice)— Buell (Dorothy) 
— Cohen (Mrs. Norman M.) — De Pey- 
ster (Miss A.) — Dickson (Miss M.) 
A.— Galiardo (Ernest)— Holt (Bar- 
bara) — Limburg (Mrs. R.) B. — Mc- 
Kelvey (Robert) — Martin (Mrs. L. 
W.)— Roe (Edwin P.)— Sullivan 
(Mrs. D. E.) © Jan. 10, 1923: 2 c. 
each Jan. 19; J 259503, 259510, 
259516, 259550, 259560. 259567, 258568, 
259573, 259602, 259625, 259627, 259636. 

[12 photographs] : 

Bryan (Mary)— Hotchkiss (Doris) 
A, B. — Lapham (Mrs. Lewis H.) — 
Lezard (Julian)— Lezard (Mrs. L. 
F.)— Nicholson (Geo. P.) A, P.— 
Simpson (Mrs. H. P.)— Smith (Mrs. 

54196—23 5 Q\ 



Charles W.)— Watts (Miss G.) — 
Woodin (Elizabeth) © Jan. 13, 1923; 
2 c. each Jan. 19; J 259508, 259509, 
259526, 259551, 259555, 259608, 269609, 
259612, 259615, 259628, 259629, 259633. 

[20 photographs] : 

Black (Beatrice) — Charles (Mrs. 
C.)— Colie (Mrs. Frederic R.)— Cut- 
ter (Baby)— Cutter (Mrs. J. H) and 
baby. — Ducasse (F.) — Graves (Miss 
G.) — Hamilton (Com. J.) — Harrison 
(Dr. D. A.) — Henderson (Mrs. O. L.) 
— Horgan (George) — Kelly (Miss A. 
S.) C— McConnell (Mrs. C. R.) — 
Moore (Mary) — Tennant (Mrs. J. H.) 
— Vreeland (Frank) — Woodin (Mrs, 
William H.) — Woodin bridal group. — 
Worcester (Mrs. W.) — Young (Mrs. 
H. Lane) © Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. each 
Jan. 19; J 259515, 259517, 259520- 
259522, 259525, 259528, 259532, 259541, 
259543, 259548, 259554, 259556, 259576, 
259577, 259585, 259594, 259614, 259617, 
259634. 

[22 photographs] : 

Benkhard (Mrs. Philip J.) — Brown 
( Miss B. ) — Condon ( R. ) — Cooper 
(Mrs. Arthur W.) — Crain (Mrs. D.) — 
Dreyfus (Mrs. E.) — Fawcett (Miss 
M.) — Feland (Gen. L.) — Feland (Mrs. 
L.)— Glennon (Mrs. G. H.)— Gray 
Mrs. William Steele) jr. — Kelly (Miss 
A. S.) B. — Larkin (Sarah) — Lonquet 
( J ean ) — McCrystal ( Mrs. ) — Merrit 
(I. J.)— O'Connor (Mrs, Chas. M.) — 
Quackenbush ( Virginia ) — Rothschild 
(Mrs. F.)— Schudder (Dr. Ida)— Wil- 
liams (Mrs. C.)— Wood (F. T.) © 
Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 19: 
J 259495, 259506, 259514, 259534, 
259542, 259546, 259547, 259549, 259569. 
259571, 259578, 259586, 259587, 259592, 
259596, 259598, 259599, 259601, 259603, 
259607, 259619, 259635. 

[24 photographs] : 

Ades (Mrs. Leon M.) — Allen (Gov. 
EL) of Kansas. — Bigelow (Agnes) — 
Croll (Janet)— Cutter (Mrs. J. H.) — 
Farmer (Mrs. Wm. H.) — Gross (C.) — 
Gross (Mrs. C.)— Hickey (Mrs. Mor- 
gan) — Manson (M. Sloane) — Ogren 
( Chas. ) — Pinchot ( Rosamond ) —Pren- 
tice (Caroline E.)— Rahe (Mrs. Fred- 
erick J.) — Reynolds (Miss H) — Rock- 
well (Alene) — Schaefer (Miss E.) 
1-3.— Shadella (Mrs.)— Shea (Mrs. 
Martin S.)— Smith (Muriel) A. B.— 
Van Riter (Mrs. C. H) © Jan. 12, 



1923; 



Jan. 19: J 259505 



259507, 259511-259513, 259531, 259533, 

259587-259539. 259544. 259552. 259559. 
251)572. 259574. 259591. '27^7^. 259604, 
259605, 259610, 259616, 259620, 259632, 

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Maetzloff (Cakl P.) Buffalo. 3444 
Jackass barometer. © Jan. 6, 1923 ; 
2 c. Jan. 15 ; K 172281. 

Mastees (W. E.) Manhattan, Kan. 

3445 
Relative safety of various methods 
of saving. [2 sheets] © Dec. 4, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; I 7466. 

Mathee & Co., Chicago. 3440-3524 
Floaters always float down stream. 
© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923 ; 1 
c. Jan. 22; K 172012. 
[78 prints] : 

All who work seriously celebrate 
Labor Day. — And the next day it 
rained. — Are you afraid of criti- 
cism? — As it should be. — Ask ques- 
tions. — Big talk is generally not the 
truth. — Brains. — Can you afford to 
make enemies? — Can you keep your 
eye on the ball? — Can you suggest an 
improvement? — Check your faults. — 
Count ten and then don't say it. — 
Death lurks behind the practical 
joker. — Dissatisfied men make every- 
body miserable. — Do you know it all. — 
Don't injure your fellow workers. — 
Everybody wants improved quality. — 
Excuses get you nothing. — For sale, 
junk. — Foreword. — Game is won in 
the 9th inning. — Give thanks. — Give 
us your criticism. — Gold bricks for 
sale, cheap. — Good work well done 
brings success. — Goodbye old year. — 
Have you the best? — Here comes Old 
Man Twenty Minutes Late. — Here 
comes the boss. — How about the new 
worker? — How much do you waste? — 
Independence Day. — Is it mine? — Is 
it your best? — Is there a short cut?— 
It can be done. — It pays. — Listen to 
that cough. — Look pleasant please. — 
Lost 5 minutes. — Love your country. — 
Lowered costs mean more business. — 
Loyalty always inspires confidence. — ■ 
Mistakes cost money. — Never operate 
a defective machine. — Next week. — 
Nobody loves a nagger. — One man is 
due for promotion. — Smile. — Some man 
must give orders. — Something confi- 
dential. — Speak well of your firm. — 
Spoiled work hurts everyone. — Square 
treatment for all. — Stop the leaks. — 
Study is the secret of success. — Take 
a chance and lose a leg. — Team 
work. — That person's work is de- 
pendable. — There's a man doing noth- 
ing. — There's always steady work for 
the steady worker. — There's only one 
way to become manager. — They learn 
from the old timers. — This merry 
Xmas. — This way out. — Tomorrow 
never comes. — Washington (George) — • 



What are loafers paid? — What are 
you making? — What can the new 
worker teach you? — What started it? — 
Who appreciates neat work? — Who 
pays for wasted materials? — Who 
thought of that. — Who wants a soft 
job? — Who will support you when 
you're sixty? — Will you break down? — 
Worry is worse than trouble. © Dec. 
28, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 13, 1923; K 
171415-171492. 

Matthews (Ben V.) Winston Salem, 
N. C. 3525-3528 

Brown (Rev. H. A.) © Jan. 5, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; J 259291. 

Gardner (O. Max) © Jan. 5, 1923; 
2 c. Jan. 11 ; J 259290. 

Rondthaler (Rev. Edward) 1, 2. © 
Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; J 259655, 
259933. 

Mawhinney (Aethue* S.) New York. 

3529 
Diagrams and working drawings, 
triplex circuit, [etc 7 sheets, blue- 
prints] © Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 
28 ; I 7714. 

Maxwell (Hamilton) inc., New York. 

3530-3539 
New York (City) Battery park with 
aquarium in foreground, 1051. © Aug. 
30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; J 259240. 

Bedloes Island, Statue of Lib- 
erty as seen from the air, 1125. © 
Aug. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; J 
259241. 

Brooklyn and Manhattan 

bridges, connecting links between 
lower New York and Brooklyn, 912. 
© May 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; J 
259246. 

financial district, 994. © Aug. 

1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; J 259245. 

grand canyon of commerce, 

lower Broadway from the air, 911. © 
Apr. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; J 
259242. 

in heart of the hotel center, 

233. © Nov. 1, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
J 259243. 

looking down on skyscrapers, 

659. © May 31, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 
1923; J 259248. 

looking uptown from the Bat- 
tery, 125. © Nov. 1, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 
8, 1923; J 259247. 

skyline from an aeroplane, 

close up view, 927. © June 1, 1922; 
2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; J 259249. 



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no. 1, 1923 



3601 



Woolworth bldg., a tribute to 

nickels and dimes, 124. © Oct. 1, 
1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; J 259244. 

Medici society, ltd., London. 

3540-3552 

[Arnould (Sophie) ; by Jean Bap- 
tiste Greuze] © July 7, 1921; 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1923; K 172869. 

[Boy in red; by Madame Vigee Le- 
brun] © Jan. 12, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1923; K 172871. 

[Galahad (Sir) ; by George Fred- 
erick Watts] © Apr. 18, 1922; 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1923; K 172876. 

[Genlis (Madame de) ; by George 
Romney] © Feb. 1, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1923; K 172870. 

[Girl reading a letter ; by Johannes 
Vermeer] © Feb. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1923; K 172878. 

[Israelites gathering manna ; by Er- 
cole di Roberti] © Dec. 8, 1921 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1923; K 172882. 

Leal souvenir; [By Jan Van Eyck] 
© Apr. 27, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; 
K 172882. 

[Little street in Delft ; by Johannes 
Vermeer] © Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1923; K 172879. 

[Madonna adoring; by Pietro Peru- 
gino] © July 7, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1923; K 172875. 

[Michael (Archangel) ; by Pietro 
Perugino] © July 7, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1923 ; K 172874. 

[Schalke (Helena van der) ; by 
Gerard Terborch] © Nov. 9, 1922; 

1 c. Feb. 20, 1923 ; K 172872. 
[Virgin and child; by Sandro Botti- 
celli] © Nov. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1923; K 172873. 

[Wood gatherers; by Jean Baptiste 
Corot] © Nov. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1923; K 172880. 

Medlar, (Winton B.) Spencer, la. 

3553 
Parcut (Ralph) © Jan. 25, 1923; 

2 c. Jan. 29; J 259721. 

Meyer (Agnes E.) New York. 

3554-3574 

Chinese : 

Bronze form of a bird, 21. — Bronze 
vessel, animalistic form, 18. — Bronze 
vessel, animalistic form, back view, 
20. — Bronze vessel, animalistic form, 
front view, 19. Cloissone vase, 15. — 
Jade, form of a mountain, 11. — Paint- 
ing, combat of bulls, 8. — Painting, 
landscape with house, 9. — Painting, 



mountain landscape, 7. — Pottery 
hands, front view, 17. — Pottery hands, 
side view, 16. — Pottery vase, 10.' — 
Scroll painting by Li Lung Mien. — 
Sculpture, Kwan-yin holding lotus, 12. 
— Sculpture, seated figure, 13. — Stone 
sculpture, Kwan-yin, 2. — Stone stela, 
back view, 4. — Stone stela, front view, 
3. © lc. each Mar. 6, 1923 ; J 260350- 
260356, 260358-260365, 260367-260369. 

[3 photographs] : 

Early Chinese bronze sacred vessel, 
14. — Early Chinese bronze temple ves- 
sel, 1. — Group of early Chinese 
bronzes, 5. © 1 c. each Mar. 6, 1923 ; 
J 260357, 260366, 260370. 



Miller ( I. ) New York. 



3575-3581 



Style event of the year, 437 A, 452 
C-l, 477 B-l, 482 C-2. © Jan. 2, 
1923; 2 c. each Jan. 3; K 170914, 
170915, 170917, 170919. 

451 C-3. © June 3, 1923 ; 2 c. 

Jan. 3 ; K 170918. 

478 B-3. © Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. 

Jan. 3 ; K 170920. 

483 B-2. © Jan. 11, 1923 ; 2 c. 

Jan. 3 ; K 170916. 

Mills (Ben R.) Tulsa, Okl. 3582 
Tornada. © Jan. 11, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 
29 ; J 259773. 

Mills (Wm.) & son, Providence, R. I. 

3583-3601 

Bridgham school, Jan. 1923. © Jan. 
11, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 24 ; J 260281. 

Candace st. grammar school, Jan., 
1923. © Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 24; 
J 260269. 

Esek Hopkins grammar school, Jan., 
1923. © Jan. 9, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 24 ; J 
260267. 

Federal st. grammar school, Jan. 
1-923. © Jan. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 24 ; J 
260283. 

Laurel hill ave. grammar school, 
Jan., 1923. © Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 24 ; J 260270. 

Lexington ave. grammar school. 
Jan., 1923. © Dec. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 
24, 1923 ; J 260276. 

Oxford st. grammar school. Jan. 
1923. © Jan. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 24 ; 
J 260273. 

Peace st. grammar school, Jan.. 
1923. © Nov. 22, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 24 ; 
J 260271. 

Point st. grammar school. Jan.. 
V.Y2'A. © Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 24; 
.1 260277. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. IS 



Mills (Wm. ) & son — Continued. 

Vineyard st. grammar school, Jan. 
1923. © Jan. 10. 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 24 ; 
J 260282. 

[4 photographs] : 

John Howland school, graduates. 
Jan., 1923. — Providence, Attleboro 
branch of American electroplaters 
assn., annual banquet. Jan. 20, 1923. — 
Rochambeau ave. school, Jan., 1923. — 
Veazie st. grammar school, Jan., 1923. 
© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 24; 
J 260266, 260272, 260275. 260279. 

[5 photographs] : 

Broad st. grammar school, Jan., 
1923. — English high school, graduating 
class, Jan.. 1923. — Geo. J. West gram- 
mar school. Jan., 1923. — Henry Bar- 
nard school, Jan., 1923. — Technical 
high school, graduating class, Jan., 
1923. © Jan. 29. 1923 ; 2 c. each Feb. 
24: J 260265. 260268, 260274, 260278. 
260280. 

MlLLWORK COST BUREAU, Chicago. 

3602-3607 
Comparative analysis of cost. 
[Blueprint] © Sept. 9. 1922 : 2 c. Dec. 
26: I 7560. 

Estimators correspondence course, 

example plan : ' 
Assignment 1. [3 sheets, blue- 
prints] — Assignment 3. [2 sheets, 
blueprints] — Assignment 4. [3 sheets, 
blueprints] — Assignment 5. [4 sheets, 
blueprints] — Assignment 6. [9 sheets, 
blueprints] © Mar. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. each 
Dec. 26 ; I 7561-7565. 

Minneapolis council of social agen- 
cies, Minneapolis. 3608-3613 

[6 prints] : 

Childhood has a right to happiness. 
27.994 were given a chance last year. 
Community fund. — Destitute families. 
Thousands helped to comfort and self 
support through the community 
fund. — Help the blind to self support 
and happiness through the community 
fund. — Visiting nurses gave sympa- 
thetic, efficient care to 71.056 calls to 
the needy sick last year. Community 
fund.— 10.312 babies doctored, fed, 
nursed, clothed last year. Commu- 
nity fund. — 109.201 boys and girls 
helped to better citizenship through or- 
ganizations financed by community 
fund. © Nov. 15. 1922 : 2 c. each Jan. 
16, 1923 ; K 171588-171593. 

Miser (H. D.) Washington. 3614 

Rainbow natural bridge, Utah and 
and Capitol at Washington. D. C. © 
Oct. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 ; J 259709. 



Mishkin (Herman) New York. 

3615-3623 
Chaliapin (Theodor) 1, 3. 13, 15-20. 
© Jan. 25. 1923 : 2 c. each Jan. 29 ; J 
259739-259747. 

Mitchell (Benjamin Wiestling) 

Philadelphia. 3624 

Firelight in the tepee. © 1 c. Mar. 
13, 1923 ; J 260445. 

Mock (Joseph Ernest) Rochester. 
N. Y. 3625 

Old year out. new year in. © Dec. 
30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; J 259162. 

Mocsant (Bertin E. ) Los Angeles. 

3626-3630 
Kilauea (Volcano) Hawaii: 
Cold lava formations wh:ch sur- 
round crater, close up study. — Crater 
showing spectacular boiling pot, night 
view. — Crater taken at night, showing 
lava flow. — Looking into crater. — ■ 
Observing one of the steam crevices, 
near crater. © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 23 ; J 259694-259698. 

Model aero engineering co., Philadel- 
phia. 3631 
Army-Curtiss racer. 38" flying scale 
model. [Blueprint] © Jan. 31, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 9 ; I 7615. 

Model laundry co.. Cincinnati. 3632 
Any day can be washday if you send 
it to the Model. © Jan. 22. 1923 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 25 ; K 172245. 

Modern art society [England] ltd.. 
London. 3633-3637 

Gipsies arriving on Epson Downs for 
the Derby week ; by A. J. Munnings. 
© Oct. 26, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; 
K 172883. 

[Mill; by Claude Hayes] © June 
29. 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923 ; K 172866. 

[Nocturne in blue and silver, Cre- 
morne lights ; by J. A. McNeil 
Whistler] © Nov. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1923 ; K 172867. 

[Piper of dreams ; by Estella Canzi- 
ani] © Sept. 21, 1920; 1 c. Feb. 20. 
1923 ; K 172868. 

Prince of Wales (H. R. H.) on 
Forest Witch ; by A. J. Munnings. © 
Nov. 10, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 20. 1923; K 
172877. 

Moore (Charles C. and Leah B.) & 

co., Memphis. 3638, 3639 

Gailor (Ellen Douglass) A, B. © 1 

c. each Feb. 17, 1923 ; J 260077. 260078. 



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3720 



Moore (F. Edson) Peterborough, N. 
H. 3640 

Manadnock oxen. © June 6, 1905 ; 
2 c. Aug. 10, 1921 ; J 250476. 

Moorefield, inc., Indianapolis. 

3641, 3642 

Indianapolis bar assn., members. © 
Dec. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1923; J 
259436. 

McCray (Miss) wedding picture. © 
Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; J 259733. 

Morgan engineering co., Memphis, 

Tenn. 3643 

Morgan engineering co. [Calendar, 

1923] © Dec. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 22 ; 

K 171587. 

Moulin (Gabriel) San Francisco. 

3644, 3645 

San Francisco, Calif., business dis- 
trict looking down California st. © 
Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; J 260112. 

showing harbor. © Jan. 25, 

1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; J 260111. 

Mount Holyoke college, South Had- 

ley, Mass. 3646 

Graduates of Mount Holyoke college, 

1872 and 1922. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1923; 

J 260246. 

Mulford (J. Bentley) Washington. 

3647 
Scene from the blood curdling 
tragedy, Phedra [etc] © Jan. 7, 1923 ; 
2 c. Feb. 5 ; K 172278. 

Murphy (W. L.) Big Creek, Calif. 

3648 
Camp 35 and Stephenson Creek. © 
June 15, 1922 ; 1 c. July 3, 1922 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1923 ; J 259278. 

Murray (Waldo) Cambridge, Mass. 

3649 
[Cambridge, Mass., Harvard univer- 
sity, Memorial hall] © Dec. 10, 1922 ; 
2 c. Jan. 13, 1923 ; K 171412. 

Nash (E.) Cincinnati. 3650-3720 

[6 prints] ; 

Bank book evolution, 1347. — He'll 
amount to something some day, 1346. — 
Here's why I stand for the fellows' 
calling me tight, 1348. — How much can 
you obligate yourself to save every 
week, 1345. — Suppose you earned $5 a 
week less, 1343. — That youngster of 
yours has ambitions too, 1344. © Sept. 
15, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 15, 1923; K 
171523-171528. 

[8 prints] ; 

Best wishes and congratulations to 
my mother. — Cheer up, all clouds, you 



know, have silver linings [etc] — If I 
were a millionaire, know what I would 
do [etc] — Mothers day comes once a 
year [etc] — My mother, you have al- 
ways given of your best [etc] — Painter 
great could paint your face [etc] — - 
Sweetest thoughts always for my dear 
mother. — To my father, here's to the 
one who has been my pal [etcl © 
Dec. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. each Feb. 9, 1923 ; 
K 172405-172412. 

[8 prints] ; 

Blossoms of spring, 2441. — Faithful, 
2430.— Fisherman's cove, 2423.— Home 
sweet home, 2461. — Look pretty, 
2432.— Me and Tom, 2465.— Old mill 
near Pevensey, 2436. — Silvery threads, 
2464. © Mar. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. each Feb. 
26, 1923; K 173363-173370. 

[47 prints] : 

Admiration, 2361. — At the opera, 
2357.— Baby's first tooth, 2467.— Boone 
(Daniel) building the stockade at 
Boonesborough, 937. — Carson (Kit) 
famous American hunter, trapper, and 
western scout, 943. — Choice cuts, 
2356.— Cody (William F.) Buffalo Bill 
last great American scout, 944. — 
Coquette, 2360.— Cordelia, 2381.— 
Crockett's (David) last fight at the 
Alamo, 940. — De Coronado's (Fran- 
cisco Vasquez) first view of the Colo- 
rado Canyon, 934. — De Soto approach- 
ing the 'Mississippi, 933. — Dolled up, 
2409.— Evelyn, 2382.— First horseshoe, 
2388. — Fremont (John Charles) sur- 
veying in the Rockies, 941. — Grazing 
ground, 2380.— Happy family, 2418 — 
Hello there, 2417.— In the land of nod, 
2406.— Irma, 2383.— Just like mother's, 
2386. — Kenton (Simon) hunter, trap- 
per, scout, 938. — La Salle discoverer 
of the Ohio and Illinois Rivers, 936. — 
Last half mile, 2387.— Lewis & Clark 
expedition on the Missouri River, 
939. — Lively playthings, 2415. — Louise, 
2345. — Marquette (Jacques) planting 
the coat of arms of France at conflu- 
ence of Arkansas and Mississippi Riv- 
ers, 935. — Monarch of all he surveys, 
2392.— Mother's pride, 2408.— Nick of 
time, 2390.— Now, 2391.— On guard, 
2389.— Pauline, 2384.— Pitcher ( Molly ) 
2466.— Prize baby, 2407.— Rattling 
good time, 2416. — Refreshing, 2358.— 
Rosemary, 2410*.— Satisfaction, 2385.— 
Sisters, 2451.— So good. 2359.— Sutter 
(John) prospector and gold miner, 
942.— Sweet as a rose. 2410.— Sweet 
violets, 2405.— Two kittens. 2419. © 
Sept. 15, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 22. 1923: 
K 171866-171912. 

1185, 1186. © July 1. 1922; 2 c. 
each Fob. 26. 1923; K 173360, 173361. 



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National child welfare assn., inc., 
New York. 3721-3728 

[8 prints] : 

Allowance, 5. — Family budget, 6. — 
Foolish spending, 7. — How the country 
girls earns, 4. — Save clothing, 10. — 
Save food, 9.— School bank, 11.— Wise 
spending, 8. © Sept. 25, 1922: 2 c. 
each Dec. 21; K 171215-171222. 

National insurance agents service 
bureau, Los Angeles. 3729 

Mr. Golf Enthusiast. © Dec. 22, 
1922; 2 c. Dec. 11; K 171182. 

National liberty insurance co. or 
America, New York. 3730-3734 

[5 prints] : 

After the cares of day. — Make a 
pal of your boy. — Old swimming 
hole. — Those were the days. — Where 
happiness reigns any home's a palace. 
© Dec. 30, 1922 : 2 c. each Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
K 170822-170826. 

National literary society, inc., 

Washington. 3735 

Washington, D. C, national literary 

hall of fame. © Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. 

Feb. 19 ; J 260088. 

National non-theatrical motion pic- 
tures, inc.. New York. 3736-3745 
(Holy Bible in motion pictures) : 
Book of Ruth. — Exodus, crossing the 
Red Sea and passing of Moses. — Life 
of Moses. — Rehabilitation of Joseph 
and peacemaking with his brethren. — 
Solomon. © Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. each 
Mar. 3 : J 260327-260331. 

(Holy Bible in motion pictures) : 
Destruction of Sodom and Gomor- 
rah. — Jacob and Esau. Rachel and 
Jacob. — Joseph and his brethren. Sell- 
ing and imprisonment of Joseph. — 
Sarah and Hagar. Abraham, Isaac, 
and Rebecca. — Tower of Babel. © 
Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. each Jan. 2, 1923; 
J 259154-259158. 

National radio service, Indianapolis. 

3746 
Simple circuit audion receiving set. 
[Blueprint] © Nov. 6, 1922 ; 2 c. Nov. 
27; I 7469. 

Naylor (Amos) Rochester. 3747 

A. B. C. of efficiency, or how do you 
do it? © Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; 
K 172027. 

N. Y. stock exchange bld. co., New 
York. 3748-3752 

New York (City) N. Y. stock ex- 
change, board room in old part of 
bldg. © Dec. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 20 ; 
J 259189. 



New York (City) N. Y. stock ex- 
change, new addition : 

Corridor. — Dining room. — Lobby of 
lounge room.— Lounge room. © Dec. 
26, 1922 ; 2 c. each Dec. 20 ; J 259188, 
259190-259192. 

N. Y. THEATRE PROGRAM CORP., New 

York. 3753-3756 

[4 prints] : 

Empire theatre. — Equity players 
inc., 48th street theatre. — Fulton 
theatre. — 49th street theatre. © Oct. 
17, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 6, 1923; K 
170993-170996. 

N. Y. times co., New York. 

3757-3768 
Slipping the lariat over. © Jan. 7, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 8 ; K 171994. 

Tutankhamen {King) one of the 
life size statues of the king. © Feb. 
11, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; J 260301. 
Tutankhamen {King) tomb: 
Antechamber looking north. — Clus- 
ter of the king's alabaster urguent 
vases. — Interior of antechamber, look- 
ing north. — Interior of antechamber, 
looking northwest. — Interior of ante- 
chamber looking south. — Interior of 
antechamber looking southeast, A, B. — 
Interior of antechamber looking south- 
west. — Interior of antechamber look- 
ing west. — Looking down the rock 
hewn passage leading to the doorway 
of the antechamber. © Feb. 11, 1923 ; 
2 c. each Feb. 26 ; J 260291-260300. 

Newbury (Samuel Sergeant) Denver. 

3769 
Night before Christmas. © Dec. 20, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 16 ; J 259390. 

Newfield (Harry F.) and Defour 
(Jean) New York. 3770 

Men's best friends. © Feb. 24, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 24 ; J 260239. 

News, New York. 3771-3839 

Bares drug ring. In an exclusive 
series [etc] © Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. 
Jan. 24 ; K 171992. 

Calmly * and dispassionately Dr. 
Grant preached to a large congrega- 
tion [etc] © Jan. 22, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 
24; K 171993. 

Collision. Passengers bound for 
Florida had narrow escape yesterday 
[etc] © Feb. 28, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 3 ; K 
173128. 

Denies scandal. Juanita Hansen, 
film star [etc] © Jan. 24, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 26 ; K 172022. 



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3839 



District attorney Glennon said last 
night he intended to interrogate Mrs. 
Peggy Rogers [etc] © Mar. 1, 1923; 
1 c. Mar. 5 ; K 173178. 

Faces counter charges, Miss Lucile 
Whitehurst and Mariano Vidal, Span- 
ish Vice-Consul [etc] © Feb. 13, 
1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 15 ; K 172714. 

Finis? Solely because District At- 
torney Weeks failed to bring case to 
trial [etc] © Jan. 3, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 
6; K 170952. 

Good pals. Syosset, who carried the 
Payne Whitney silks to many a vic- 
tory [etc] © Feb. 6, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 
9 ; K 172423. 

Great Ruhr protest. This most re- 
markable exclusive photograph shows 
crowd [etc] © Feb. 23, 1923; 1 c. 
Feb. 27 ; K 173046. 

Hansen (Juanita) noted movie star 
[etc] © Jan. 22, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 24 ; 
K 171991. 

Hansen (Juanita C.) © Jan. 23, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 25 ; K 172246. 

Her plea. Mrs. Mary Peters will ap- 
peal to Gov. Smith [etc] © Jan. 6, 
1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 10 ; K 171208. 

Her plea wins. Moved by the plea 
of Mrs. Inez Peters that justice be 
done memory of son Clarence [etc] © 
Jan. 7, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 10 ; K 171209. 

High and dry in New York. In this 
remarkable and exclusive photograph 
[etc] © Feb. 23. 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 27 ; 
K 173045. 

Home again. Ganna Walska, opera 
star, and her millionaire husband 
[etc] (g Feb. 8, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 14; 
K 172659. 

Hopeful. On the eve of her trial 
for murder [etc] © Feb. 13, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 15 ; K 172713. 

Just before the battle. Mrs. Inez 
Peters, mother of Clarence Peters 
[etc] © Jan. 7, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 10; 
K 171213. 

King ( Dorothy) two exclusive 
camera studies [etc] © Mar. 17, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 20 ; K 173534. 

Model's love. Albert E. Guimares, 
to whom Dorothy King [etc] © Mar. 
17, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 20 ; K 173533. 

No holiday for them. While down- 
town office workers were celebrating 
the new year at home [etc] © Jan. 
2, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 4 ; K 170932. 

On trial. As his trial and that of 
fourteen others for Volstead violations 
[etc] © Feb. 28, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 3; 
K 173129. 



Photographic feat. The actual cere- 
mony at St. Patrick's cathedral [etc] 
© Feb. 7, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; K 172421. 

Recalled. Mrs. Irene Schoeilkopf 

testified again yesterday before the 

grand jury [etc] © Jan. 12, 1923; 1 
c. Jan. 16; K 171537. 

Silent. When William H. Anderson, 
anti-saloon chief was called [etc] © 
Jan. 27, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 1; K 172203. 

This truly remarkable picture of a 
fifty foot wave in mid-Atlantic [etc] 
© Jan. 9, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 11 ; K 171229. 

To tell story. Mrs. C. . P. Hugo 
Schoeilkopf, wife of Buffalo capitalist 
[etc] © Mar. 6, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 10; 
K 173384. 

Vidal (Senor Mariano) must answer 
[etc] © Feb. 12, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 15; 
K 172712. 

Whitehurst (Miss) and Vidal at 
Long Beach last summer. © Feb. 12, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 5 I K 173226. 

Whitehurst (Miss) says Vidal 
painted this picture [etc] © Feb. 12, 
1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 24 ; K 173044. 

Whitehurst (Lucile) © Feb. 13, 
1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 5 ; K 173225. 

Whitney stable dog hospital. Irish 
terrier owned by Mrs. Payne Whitney 
[etc] ©>Feb. 5, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 7; K 
172368. 

Wonders. In cell yesterday at Ray- 
mond street jail, Mrs. Lillian Raizen, 
slayer of Dr. Glickenstein [etc] © 
Feb. 2, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 6 ; K 172280. 

[3 prints] : 

Ankle deep in snow, Babe waits to 
wham one. — End of a perfect swing, 
the Babe keeps his eye on the soaring 
pill. — Ruth autographs first ball he 
hit in 1923 season. © Feb. 15. 1923; 
1 c. each Feb. 20 ; K 172861-172863. 

[3 prints] : 

Come on summer. Yank and Dodger 
players are shown, [etc] — If there is 
anything that will take off surplus 
poundage [etc] — Two of the Dodgers' 
aces, Dazzy Vance and Burleigh 
Grimes [etc] © Feb. 24, 1923; 1 c. 
each Feb. 27; K 173047-17,3049. 

[3 prints] : 

Drop? Frank Carman, the perfect 
lounge lizard [etc] — Over the Spillway 
at Croton dam, Croton [etc] — Taxi- 
cab's antic. With several women pas- 
sengers tins taxicab crashed through 
iron fence [etc] © Jan. 8, 1923; 1 
c. each Jan. 10; K 171210-171212. 



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News, New York — Continued. 

[4 prints] : 

Amazing. The most startling de- 
velopment yesterday [etc] — H e i n 
{Hiss Dorothy) Schneider's office as- 
sistant. — Robert's (Jfrs. Peggy) 
smile. — This picture was taken of Mrs. 
Ann Buzzi in war days [etc] © Mar. 
2, 1923 ; 1 c, each Mar. 5 ; K 173179- 
173182. 

[4 prints] : 

Firemen taking out the body of one 
of the victims. — Griefstricken Mrs. 
George Reiss leaving city morgue 
[etc] — Investigators on scene of fatal 
Wards Island fire yesterday [etc] — 
Wards Island fire department called 
into play every piece of fire apparatus 
on the island [etc] © Feb. 20, 1923; 
1 c. each Feb. 23 ; K 172957-172960. 

[5 prints] : 

As the steamship Sagua, ablaze from 
stem to stern [etc] — Burning freighter 
Sagua as she sunk, a roaring fur- 
nace. — Dramatic photograph of the 
rescue of Captain Peter Duffy at 
Sagua fire. — Fire atop hoisting tower 
of Commonwealth fuel co. [etc] — 
Saved from sea. Adrift for seventy- 
two hours [etc] © Feb. 17, 1923; 1 
c. each Feb. 20 ; K 172856-172860. 

[15 prints] : 

After being convicted of murder in 
the second degree yesterday [etc] — 
After the firefighters had completed 
their work of rescue [etc] — Armed 
with pikepoles, seventy-five firemen 
[etc] — Behind these heavily barred 
windows occurred the tragedies 
[etc] — Every employe on Wards 
Island was mustered into service 
[etc] — F.'remen had to scale icy lad- 
ders [etc] — Here on third floor was 
the heart of the fire [etc] — Ice covered 
ruins of bldg. [etc] — Investigation into 
cause of blaze was under way before 
the ruins had stopped smoldering. — 
Listing; the dead in temporary mor- 
gue. — McLaughlin (Fireman Joseph) 
one of the heroes of the holocaust 
[etc] — Raizen (Mrs) may spend re- 
mainder of life beh'nd bars. — This 
crowd waited in front of courthouse 
all night in bitter cold for verdict. — 
This exclusive photograph shows the 
board of managers [etc] — Ward 43, 
on third floor [etc] © Feb. 19, 1923 ; 
1 c. each Feb. 23 ; K 172942-172956. 

News syndicate co., inc., New York. 

3840-3842 
Who are these movie actors? © 
Jan. 7, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 10 ; K 171214. 



set 3. © Jan. 21, 1923; 1 c. 

Jan. 26; K 172021. 

Who are these movie actresses? © 
Jan. 14, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 18; K 171667. 

Newspaper feature service, inc., 
New York. 3843-3885 

Aurora borealis wedding. © Feb. 
11, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 20 ; K 172934. 

[Buster Brown] Dec. 17-31, 1922, 
Jan. 7-Feb. 25, 1923. [Weekly] © 
Dec. 17-31. 1922, Jan. 7-Feb. 25, 1923 ; 
1 c. each Dec. 30, 1922-Mar. 6, 1923; 
K 170865, 170946, 171304, 171724, 
171996, 172067, 172366, 172513, 172932, 
173060, 173218. 

Christmas friends. © Dec. 24, 1922 ; 
1 c. Jan. 4, 1923 ; K 170947. 

Fascinating fad of ear rings. © 
Feb. 4, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 20; K 172935. 

Ice girl. © Jan. 21, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 
20; K 172936. 

In Santa Clauc's work shop. © Dec. 
17, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 30 ; K 170866. 

Just boy, Dec. 17-31, 1922, Jan. 7- 
Feb. 25, 1923. [Weekly] © Dec. 17- 
31, 1922, Jan. 7-Feb. 25, 1923; 1 c. 
each Dec. 30, 1922-Mar. 6, 1923; K 
170867, 170948, 171301, 171726, 171997, 
172065, 172363, 172515, 172933, 173059, 
173219. 

Miss 1923, athlete and worker. © 
Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; K 
171302. 

Now the game is mah jongg. © 
Jan. 7, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 19 ; K 171727. 

Painting beauty's secret soul. © 
Feb. 25, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; K 173220. 

Polly, Dec. 17-31, 1922, Jan. 7-Feb. 
25, 1923. [Weekly] © Dec. 17-31, 
1922, Jan. 7-Feb. 25, 1923; 1 c. each 
Dec. 30, 1922-Mar. 6, 1923 ; K 170864, 
170945, 171303, 171725, 171995, 172066, 
172365, 172514, 172931, 173061, 173217. 

Strangest of all honeymoons. © 
Jan. 14, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 24 ; K 171998. 

Tattooing helps the health, says 
science. © Jan. 28, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 
6; K 172364. 

Nutting (Wallace) inc., Ashland, 
Mass. 3886-3931 

[46 photographs] : 

Along the brook road. — Androscog- 
gin birches. — Androscoggin shore. — ■ 
As in a frame. — Autumn grasses.— 
Autumn peace. — Autumn ripples. — Be- 
tween the mountains. — Birch hill. — ■ 
Bordering the cove — Clustered elms. — 
Connecticut shores. — Cottage by the 
brook. — End of the day. — Fair wood- 
stock. — Fountain. — Full dress parade. 



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— Head waters. — Heart of Maine. — 
Heart of the hills. — Indian summer. — ■ 
Lake end. — Little Maine cove. — Little 
mountain. — Mountain ledges. — Mys- 
tery lights. — Narrows in autumn. — 
New Hampshire woodbine. — October 
horder. — October mountains. — October 
nook. — ■ Overflowing cup. — Oxbow, 
October. — Pasture bank. — River arch- 
way. — Samoset fleur de lis. — Summer 
vale. — Through birch boughs. — Ver- 
mont highlands.— Vermont hills. — Ver- 
mont in autumn. — Village birches. — 
Wading river. — Water retreat. — Wind- 
ing bank. — Yellow birch banks. © Oct. 
15, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 20, 1923; 
J 259448-259493. 

Olson (Martin) Seattle. 3932 

Snoqualmie Falls. © Jan. 30, 1923 ; 
2 c. Jan. 22 ; J 259899. 

Oppenheim (Julius M.) Boston. 

3933 
Flinn (Gov. Wm. S.) of Rhode 
Island. © Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 
25 ; J 259700. 

Ort (Karl) York, Pa. 3934 

York, Pa., eastern section, aerial 
view. © Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; 
J 259255. 

Osborne co., Newark, N. J. 3935-4022 

Afternoon in the woods. © 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1923 ; J 260248. 

Little girl, blonde bobbed hair, wears 
a smock. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; J 
259218. 

front face, shawl over head 

and shoulders. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; 
J 259217. 

Regular men : 

Cowpuncher. — Farmer. — Fisherman. 
— Forest ranger. — Iron worker.— Loco- 
motive engineer. — Lumber jack. — Ma- 
chinist. — Miner. — Oil driller. — Plantei 
—Steel roller. © Dec. 26, 1922; 2 c. 
each Jan. 6 ; K 170961-170969, 170973, 
170974, 170976. 

Washington (Booker T.) © Feb. 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; K 173039. 

[72 prints] : 

Around the world and back again. — 
Blossom time. — -Bridge at Killarney, 
Ireland.— Brig o' Turk, Scotland. — 
By the river of beautiful dreams. — 
Cheer up. — Coblenz, Germany, bridge 
of boats. — Congenial friends. — Con- 
stantinople, Turkey, bridge of Ga- 
lata. — Dearer than all the world. — 
Down from the Great Divide. — Dream- 
ing alone in the twilight. — Evening 
light on Mt. McKinley. — Forth bridge. 



Scotland. — From Anglesea to Carnar- 
von. — Give me your smile. — Glorious 
trail. — Goin' good. — Gold in the 
west. — Golden fields of home. — 
Golden isles in the sapphire sea. — 
Hour of tranquillity. — I heard the 
nightingale singing. — I wonder. — In 
the hour of trial. — In the land that 
heals the heart-aches. — In the temple of 
Manito.— Knee deep in June. — Life's 
sweetest story. — London, England, 
London bridge. — Menai bridge, Wales. 
— Mostar bridge, Herzegovina. — Music 
of the tide. — [Night and the palms are 
calling] — On furlough. — On the coast 
of Cornwall. — One night in June. — 
Over the sea to Skye. — Paris, France, 
Pont Alexandre III. — Pasture in Ar- 
gyll.— Peace on earth, good will to 
men. — Pont de St. Cloud, near Paris. — 
Private and confidential. — Red man's 
wireless. — Rendezvous of the gondo- 
liers. — Richmond bridge, England.' — 
Road of happy memories. — Summer in 
northern seas. — Sweet seclusion of an 
old time home. — Their Christmas din- 
ner.— Vale of peace and plenty. — 
Vamp.— Velvet night in southern seas. 
— Venice, Italy, bridge of sighs. — 'Ves- 
per hour. — Voice you love to hear. — 
Waiting. — Welcome sunshine. — When 
love is young in springtime. — When 
the fishing fleet comes home. — When 
we were a couple of kids. — When you 
hear the river calling. — Where eternal 
summer dwells. — Where experience 
counts. — Where man hath toiled and 
time hath dignified. — Where skies are 
always smiling. — Where the rainbow 
never fades. — Where the Sierras stand 
on guard. — Where welcome waits — 
Where work is play. — Whisper, and I 
shall hear. World is mine. © Dec. 26, 
1922; 2 c. each Jan. 6; K 170953- 
170960, 170970-170972, 170975, 170977- 
170992, 170997-171040. 

Outcault (R. F.) Flushing, N. Y. 

[4023-1111 

[89 prints] : 

Aim, make it your aim to deposit, 
money regularly in our bank. 29. — 
Always keep your pass book in mind, 
4.— Are you independent? 27. — Bank 
book, put your cotton money in our 
bank, 53. — Bank with us. we are a 
member of the Federal reserve system 
of banks, 73. — Before you get the girl 
[etc] 18. — Come in. get a pass book 
and join our Christmas club. 61. — 
Courtesy, we will welcome you. come 
in, 30. — Days of plenty come to those 
who regularly deposit their money. 
33. — Deposit money regularly at our 
bank, it pays. 16. — Vo your duty, make 



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Outcault (R. F.) — Continued. 

[89 prints] — Continued, 
her happiness secure, 41. — Don't let 
cobwebs grow on your pass book, 5. — 
Every man and woman and child 
should have a pass book, 52. — Every 
pay day deposit some money in our 
bank, 14. — For security and service, 
bank with our progressive bank [etc] 
75. — For their happiness make us your 
executors, your will, 31 T. — Gateway 
to happiness, pass book, 31. — Greatest 
power in finance [etc] 77. — Happy is 
the man with the pass book habit, 
37. — Have a joint account in our bank, 
2. — Have a safe place for your money,, 
.13. — Have money next Christmas 
[etc] 62. — Hold on to your money, 
some day you will need it, 3. — Insur- 
ance, let us insure your property, 69. — 
Insurance policy, let us take care of 
your insurance, 70. — Investments, we 
will cheerfully point the way to safety 
for investors, 51, 51 T. — It pays to 
have the pass book habit, 19. — It takes 
money to educate your boy, 35. — Join 
our Christmas club, now open, have 
money next Christmas, 55. — Join our 
Christmas club, start with $1, or $2 
and have $50 or $100, 58.— Join our 
Christmas club, start with $5 and get 
$63.75, start with $10 and get $127.50, 
57. — Join our Christmas club, start 
with $5 or $10 and have $250 or $500, 
66.— Join our Christmas club, you can 
start with $1, $2, $5, $10, join now, 
64. — Keep your money safe in our 
bank, 15. — Keep your valuables in our 
safety deposit vaults, 71. — Keep your 
valuables safe in our vaults, 15s. — Let 
get rich quick schemes alone [etc] 
20. — Let us take care of your money 
and your valuables [etc] 3S. — Make 
us your executors, we will account for 
every penny, 16 T. — Make your own 
good luck, 12. — Member Federal re- 
serve, strongest financial system in the 
world, 79. — Member Federal reserve 
system of banks, it developes, encour- 
ages and sustains [etc] 76. — Member 
of the Federal reserve system of 
banks, 78. 80.— Merry Xmas, 49 — 
Mightiest power in finance [etc] 74. — 
Money earners, join our Christmas 
club [etc] 56. — Money earners, men 
and women in business join our Christ- 
mas club [etc] 65. — Money sense, 
young man. it pays to have the pass 
book habit, 39. — Money spent is money 
gone [etc] 9. — Money, the mighty 
power that developes and sustains [etc] 
82. — Money to loan on approved se- 
curities. 68. — Our officers will gladly 
advise with you on financial transac- 



tions, 40. — -Our statement, 72. — Our 
trust department will gladly advise 
with you on investments, 40 T. — Pass 
book habit is the main route to suc- 
cess, 42. — Pass book is the best back- 
ing you can have, 50. — Pass book, it 
will shield you in time of need, 43. — 
Pass book, regularly depositing your 
money makes life easy sailing, 24. — 
Pass book, the fruits of your labor are 
found in your pass book, 32. — Pay en- 
velope, pass book, deposit part of what 
you earn, 26. — Plan to deposit part of 
your earnings in our bank, 47. — Plan 
your future now and you will not fear 
old age, 48. — Plant your money regu- 
larly and your account will grow and 
flourish, 11. — Real valentine, 7. — Re- 
solve to deposit your money regularly 
in our bank, 1. — Safety, keep your 
money safe in our bank, 6. — Service 
for all your financial transactions, we 
are at your service, 17. — Thanksgiv- 
ing, may yours be joyful, 46. — Today, 
I will begin to deposit my money reg- 
ularly, 22. — Uncle Sam, the head of 
the world's finances, 81. — We invite 
women's accounts, 34. — We loan money 
on approved securities, 67. — We offer 
you safety and service, 44. — We wel- 
come the accounts of young folks, 
bring in yours, 21. — We will gladly 
advise with you on business matters 
[etc] 45. — We will welcome your ac- 
count, 25. — Where does your money 
go? 8. — Will, today I will make my 
will, 22 T. — Write this down, your 
future happiness depends on the 
money you deposit now, 38. — You must 
reap what you sow [etc] 28. — You 
owe her a duty, deposit money regu- 
larly in our bank, 23. — You teach your 
children to deposit their money, 36. — 
You work hard for your money [etc] 
10. — Your will, have you made yours? 
43 T— M, 2#, 5t or 10^ will start 
you in our Christmas club [etc] 63. — 
$1 or $2 will start you now in our 
Christmas club [etc] 60. — 5^ or 10£ 
will start you now in our Christmas 
club [etc] 59. © Jan. 24. 1923; 2 c. 
each Jan. 22 ; K 171745-171833. 

Outcault advektising co., Chicago. 

4112 
Now open, our Christmas club pass 
book [etc] © Feb. 17, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 15 ; K 172660. 

Pacific & Atlantic photos, inc., New 
York. 4113 

Umbrella affords precarious shelter 
to fallen majesty. © Dec. 21, 1922; 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1923 ; K 171414. 



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Pacific states tours bureau, Los 
Angeles. 4114 

Watch for the orange signs, a guar- 
antee of good service. The old way, 
the new way. © Sept. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 15; K 171180. 

Parker (Hubbaed) Chicago. 4115 

British-American refrigerated trans- 
port, preliminary general arrangement 
plans for two ships. [2 sheets, blue- 
prints] © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; I 7547. 

Parker, Holladay co., Chicago. 

4116-4153 

[38 prints] : 

Appreciation. — Are you positive or 
negative? — Cheerfulness. — Christ- 
mas. — Do it now. — Do you analyze? — 
Do you believe in a square deal? — 
Do you remember? — Do you use initi- 
ative? — Don't stop, keep going. — Get 
some good out of 'em. — Habits, habits, 
habits. — Health, what is it? — Inde- 
pendence Day. — Is he lucky? — Is your 
heart in your work? — Isn't it the 
truth ? — Knowledge is power. — Labor 
Day. — Let's get together. — Make sys- 
tem a habit. — New year's. — One 
thing we all are striving for. — Over, 
under, around or through. — Power of 
faith. — Put your thoughts in action. — 
Rumors. — Thanksgiving. — Three T's. — 
True economy. — What is your best? — 
What kind of a dreamer are you? — 
Who banks your cash? — Why brains 
need exercise. — Why cheat yourself? — 
Work. — Would you depend on him? — 
Would you swear to it? © June 30, 
1922; 2 c. each Dec. 30; K 170875- 
170912. 

Parker embroidering & braiding co., 
Chicago. 4154 

Perfect workmanship on all mate- 
rials. © Feb. 21, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; 
K 173433. 

Paton (William F.) Brooklyn, N. Y. 

4155 

Veronica's veil or sacred image. © 

Feb. 16, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; J 260245. 

Patter (Harry G.) Newark, N. J. 

4156, 4157 

Eastern steel castings factory, bird's 
eye view. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1923 ; 
J 260538. 

Forty miles around Newark, N. J., 
bird's eye view map. © Mar. 11, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 15 ; J 260537. 

Patterson (Charles Robert) New 

York. 4158 

Glory of the seas, American ship. 

© Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; J 

259413. 



Patterson (Frank) Medford, Or. 

4159^170 

Oregon Caves: 

Bee hive. — Ghost chamber. — Joa- 
quin Miller's chapel. — King's pal- 
ace. — Mammoth column. — Neptune's 
daughter. — Petrified forest. — Petrified 
garden. — Queen's chamber. — Wigwam. 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 18; 
J 259997-260006. 

Oregon Caves camp. © Jan. 11, 
1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; J 260011. 

Cathedral arch. © Jan. 11, 

1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; J 260010. 

Pearl (James W.) Chicago. 4171 

General heater and make up water 
evaporator. [Blueprint] © Jan. 3, 
1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; I 7474. 

Pearson (Carl E.) Cleveland. 4172 
Radiapplause. © Dec. 9, 1922; 2 
c. Jan. 8, 1923; K 172011. 

Penn state art co., Pittsburgh. 4173 
Cx hrmh Borr>. (God is with us.) 
© Dec. 30. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1923; 
K 171714. 

Pennington (John R.) Chicago. 

4174 

Splanchno-somatic, funnel. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1923; I 7592. 

Pepsodent co., Chicago. 4175 

[Pepsodent girl] © June 26, 1922 ; 
2 c. Jan. 18, 1923; K 171715. 

Percy (Carl) inc., New York. 4176 
Baby needs Blank's talc and depends 
upon you to get it. © Jan. 25, 1923 ; 
2 c. Feb. 27 ; K 173227. 

Photo-process engraving co.. Buffalo. 

4177 
Ben-day chart. © Nov. 2, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 12, 1923 ; I 7552. 

Pierce (David R.) Orleans, Vt. 

4178, 4179 

November mantle. © Mar. 1. 1923 ; 
2 c. Mar. 9 ; J 260421. 

Skidwav. © Mar. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 
9; J 260420. 

Pierini (Attilio) Brooklyn. 

41 SO. 41S1 

Bunny bits. © Feb. 8. 1923: 2 c. 
Feb. 14 : K 172726. 

Standing on our record of 1922. © 
Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10: K 172657. 

Pierson & co.. Seattle. 41 82 

Babylonian captivity scene. © 1 C. 
Sept. 15, 1921 : J 250521. 



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Pittsburgh chronicle telegraph, 

Pittsburgh. 4183 

Davis (Jim) rolls up sleeves and 

puddles iron [etc] © Jan. 7, 1923; 

1 c. Jan. 18 ; K 171665. 

Platt (L. W.) Toledo. 4184 

Toledo. Lucas Co., O., Courthouse. 

© Mar. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 7 ; J 260378. 

Pohick church, Fairfax Co., Va. 

4185-4188 

Pohick, Va., old Pohick church, 
north and west sides showing two west 
doors, 5. © Dec. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 
16; J 259399. 

south side and the old 

front doorway, 3. © Jan. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 16 ; J 259401. 

the old stone front, 8. © 

Dec. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1923; J 
259402. 

west end, 4. © Jan. 1, 

1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 16 ; J 259400. 

Popular science monthly, New 
York. 4189-4191 

Inlaid radio cabinet. [Blueprint] 
© Jan. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 19 ; I 7530. 

Mahogany trimmed cedar chest. 
[Blueprint] © Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 17 ; I 7658. 

Telephone table and stool. [Blue- 
print] © Feb. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 17 ; 
I 7659. 

Popular science pub. co., inc., New 
York. 4192-4194 

Floating mooring mast proposed as 
way station for airships. (In Popu- 
lar science monthly, Apr., 1923) © 
Mar. 10, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 10 ; K 173396. 

How a good tool cuts, how a poor 
tool cuts. (In Popular science 
monthly, Mar.. 1923) © Feb. 10, 1923 ; 

1 c. Feb. 10 ; K 172476. 

Initial velocity of an exploding bomb 
is often sufficient to hurl dust to the 
earth. (In Popular science monthly, 
Mar., 1923) © Feb. 10, 1923; 1 c. 
Feb. 10 ; K 172477. 

Post picture corp., New York. 

4195-4209 

Bohemian girl. © Jan. 8, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 10; J 259285. 

Bulgarian scene. © Feb. 16, 1923; 

2 c. Feb. 21 ; J 260126. 

Bulgarian woman. © Feb. 21, 1923 ; 
2 c. Feb. 27 ; J 260285. 

Children of the Zuider Zee. © Jan. 
26, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; J 259767. 



French scene. © Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 10 ; J 259930. 

Grecian belle. © Jan. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 25 ; J 259699. 

Hehaw, a Lapp. © Jan. 15, 1923; 
2 c. Jan. 20 ; J 259494. 

Hungarian mother and child. © 
Feb. 13, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; J 260053. 

Macedonian girl. © Feb. 2, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 7 ; J 259905. 

Norwegian woman. © Jan. 31, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 3 ; J 259872. 

Polish boy. © Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 1 ; J 259864. 

Roumanian girls. © Jan. 2, 1923; 
2 c. Jan. 6 ; J 259219. 

Scandinavian couple. © Jan. 10, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 16 ; J 259392. 

Serbian boy. © Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 4 ; J 259181. 

Shipmaster. © Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 2 ; J 260326. 

Potter avenue realty corp., New 

York. 4210 

[Design for the porch of a dwelling 

house or similar structure. Blueprint] 

© 1 c. Dec. 20, 1922 ; I 7476. 

Powell (John W.) Charleston, W. Va. 

4211 

[Plan for raising shaft, Raleigh 

Wyoming coal co., Glen Rogers, W. 

Va.] © May 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 15 ; I 

7479. 

Pratt food co., Philadelphia. 4212 
[Best] © Sept. 8, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 
1923 ; K 172445. 

Prentiss (Arthur M.) Portland, 
Or. . 4213,4214 

Multnomah Falls. © Mar. 9, 1923 ; 
2 c. Mar. 13; J 260447. 

St. Peters Dome. © Mar. 9, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 13 ; J 260448. 

Prepared roofing assn., Chicago. 

4215 
Estimated shipments of roll roofing 
and asphalt shingles for entire indus- 
try, July 1, 1920 to Nov. 30, 1922. 
[Blueprint] © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; I 
7475. 

Prince Hall Masonic certificate co., 

Baltimore. 4216 

To all free and accepted Masons. © 

Dec. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 ; K 171183. 

Priscilla co., Boston. 4217-4221 

Symbol block pattern for bag, 23-2 
(70-72) © Jan. 26, 1923; 2 c. each 
Jan. 31 ; K 172098-172100. 



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Working: patterns and color dia- 
grams for numbers 23-1-26 to 30. © 
Jan. 27, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 17 : K 172215. 

23-1-31 to 35. © Jan. 27, 1923 ; 

2 c. Jan. 17; K 172216. 

Process coloe ptg. co., Rochester, 
N. Y. 4222 

[Gladiolus Niagara] © Jan. 22, 
1923; 2 c. Jan. 25; K 172489. 

Puckett (Harry C.) Seattle. 4223 
Love Mourner. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923 ; 
J 259383. 

Quality photo shop, Akron, O. 

4224-4226 

North Hill viaduct, 7-9. © Oct. 12, 

1922 ; 2 c. each Oct. 5 ; J 260025-260027. 

QUIGLEY FURNACE SPECIALTIES CO.. INC., 

New York. 4227-4231 

[Making one piece baffles] © Jan. 
27, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; K 172068. 

[4 photographs] : 

Boiler setting in course of construc- 
tion. — Laying outside course of insul- 
brix in stoker fired boiler setting. — 
Stoker fired boiler setting laid up with 
hytempite. — Suspended arch and boiler 
setting laid up with hytempite. © 1 
c. each Jan. 25, 1923 ; J 259703-259706. 

R-C pictures corp., New York. 

4232-4334 

Captain fly-by-night, Johnnie Walker 
in ; 

Does a mother's plea mean nothing? 
— Out of the purple shadows of the 
night [etc. 3 sheet poster] — Purple 
night, starlit sky [etc] — Steadily he 
gazed across a sundrenched domain of 
romance and adventure.— Storm was 
brewing. — Threat. — Thus are trysts 
sealed. — 'Till we meet again. — [Title 
card] — To the death. — Trapped. — 
With superhuman strength [etc. 24 
sheet poster] — 13 sheet poster] — [6 
sheet poster] — [22 x 28 card, style A, 
B] © Dec. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 18, 
1923; K 171690-171705. 

Pop Tuttle, detekative, Dan Mason 
in : 

His chickens came home to roost. — 
Moment of triumph. — Pickled in his 
own brine. — Pop should do the daily 
dozen. — Pop was being shadowed. — 
Scotland Yard, please write. — Thrill 
that comes once in a life time. — [Title 
card] — Yep, that's me. [3 sheet 
poster] — [1 sheet posterl © Dec. 31. 
1922; 2 c. each Jan. 18; K 171638- 
171647. 



Pop Tuttle's long shot, Dan Mason 
in : 

All ready for the big race. — Built 
for comfort as well as speed. — H-m-m, 
they think they got us 1 eked, eh? — 
He might be old but he's got young 
ideas. — Man of the hour. — Shoot the 
bank roll on Wildfire, young feller. — 
[Title card] — Wildfire brings home the 
bacon. — [1 sheet poster] — [3 sheet 
poster] © Jan. 28, 1923; 2 c. each 
Jan. 27; K 172087-172096. 

Ringer for dad, Mr. and Mrs. Carter 
DeHaven in : 

Carter's hair registered consterna- 
tion. — Caught in the bargain rush. — 
His dady's heart fluttered in his 
bosom. — Little black hands told their 
story. — Proudest daddy in the world. — 
Rock-a-bye-baby-in-the. — Swim, you 
poor fish. [3 sheet poster] — That's the 
way out, sir. — [Title card] — We'll say he 
was proud. © Jan. 21, 1923; 2 c. 
each Jan. 18 ; K 171648-171657. 

Stormswept, Wallace and Noah 
Beery in : 

Men cringed and cowered before 
his might. — High up on the masts, 
above the tossing sea [etc] — High up 
on the towering masts they fought 
[etc] — Like jaguars they fought 
[etc] — Out of the black fog came the 
warning via radio. — Out of the sea 
she came like human driftwood [etc] — 
Smooth, whispered, insinuating came 
the proposal. — Those eyes, they pierced 
her very soul. — [Title card] — You'll 
do as I command [etc] — [1 sheet 
poster, A, B] — [3 sheet poster style 
A, B] — [6 sheet poster] — [24 sheet 
poster] © Feb. 18, 1923; 2 c. each 
Feb. 17; K 172744-172752, 172761, 
172762, 172764, 172766-172769. 

Third alarm. Stalwart and true, 
fighting for you. © Jan. 7, 1923; 2 
c. Jan. 17 ; K 161626. 

[Title card] © Jan. 7, 1923 : 

2 c. Jan. 17 ; K 171625. 

Wagg'.n' tale, Mr. and Mrs. Carter 
DeHaven in ; 

Equal rights. — Ha, ha. gaze upon ye 
conquering hero. — Hubby makes dough 
away from the office. — Just before the 
battle. — Lemme at him. — Man's place 
is not in the kitchen. — Partners in 
crime. — [Title card] — [1 sheer 
poster] — [3 sheet poster] © Feb. IS. 
15)23; 2 c. each Feb. 17; K 172753- 
1727(H). 172763. 172765. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. IS 



R-C pictures cokp. — Continued. 

Xmas, Mr. and Mrs. Carter De- 
Haven in : 

Carter had a cold so he became a 
little hoarse. — Every Santa Claus for 
himself. — One of us is phoney. — Sand 
man stole upon them. — Take off those 
whiskers, we know you. — Their eyes 
met in tender contact. — [Title card] — 
'Twas the night before Christmas. — 
[1 sheet poster] — [3 sheet poster] © 
Dec. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 17, 1923 ; 
K 171607-171616. 

3rd alarm : 

Dad, dad, it can't be true. — From 
his thin, pale lips came the momentous 
story. — Gong clanged. We roll. — Good 
bye, Dan. — His kindly old heart an 
empire of love. — His loved ones in peril 
[etc. 3 sheet poster] — -I must go father, 
I must. — Let's go. [3 sheet poster] — 
Memories. — Onward, they plunged. [6 
sheet poster] — Over the top. — Please, 
please, don't take daddy away. — ■ 
Pounding hoofs, clanging gongs [etc. 
6 sheet poster] — Pounding hoofs, 
clanging gongs [etc. 24 sheet poster] — 
Save her. She's all I've got.— [Title 
card] — When love is young in spring- 
time. — [3 sheet poster] — [24 sheet 
poster] © Jan. 7, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 
17 ; K 171617-171624, 171627-171637. 

Radiaud cokp.. New York. 4335 

Three circuit regenerative receiver. 
[Blueprint] © Jan. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 
26 ; I 7700. 

Raftery ( Caroline ) New York. 

4336 
Raftery (Caroline) Here and there 
for home needs. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1922 ; 
J 260428. 



Raudebaugh (Oliver B.) Flagstaff, 
Ariz. 4337-4340 

San Francisco Peaks, 1. © Dec. 18, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; J 259641. 

San Francisco Peaks, 2-4. © Dec. 
26, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 6, 1923 ; J 
259642-259644. 

Raymond (Ralph F.) Takoma Park, 
D. C. 4341, 4342 

Washington, D. C, Lincoln memo- 
rial. © Mav 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1923 ; J 259672. 

willow. © May 1, 1922; 2 c. 

Jan. 23 ; J 259671. 



Reen (Rita) Contreras (Carlos) 
and Gillette (George) jr., New 
York. 4343, 4344 

American art center, front eleva- 
tion, 1. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1921 ; I 6357. 

plan of interior, 3. © 1 c. 

Nov. 30, 1921; I 6356. 

Reiger (Harry J.) Springfield, 111. 

4345, 4346 
Apartment house for the associated 
builders. [6 sheets, blueprints] © 1 
c. Feb. 2, 1923 ; I 7576. 

Residence for Mr. Morris Myers. 
[Plans. 4 sheets, blueprints] © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1923; I 7483. 

Reliable poultry journal pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 4337-4355 

Concentration of Lady Hollywood's 
blood [etc] (In Reliable poultry jour- 
nal, Dec, 1922) © Nov. 28, 1922; 1 
c. Mar. 3, 1923; K 173105. 

In breeding, in and in breeding and 
line breeding. (In Reliable poultry 
journal, Sept., 1922) © Sept. 6, 1922; 
1 c. Jan. 16, 1923 ; I 7586. 

Limitation of felch chart in breed- 
ing production fowl. (In Reliable 
poultry journal, Oct., 1922) © Oct. 
5, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923 ; I 7585. 

Pedigree of dam no. 1, in blood-line 
chart form [etc] (In Reliable poul- 
try journal, Feb., 1923) © Feb. 10, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 3 ; K 173103. 

Pedigree of sire no. 2, representing 
in blood line chart form [etc] (In 
Reliable poultry journal, Feb., 1923) 
© Feb. 10, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 3 ; K 173104. 

Pure padman blood held in line with 
male [etc] (In Reliable poultry jour- 
nal, Jan., 1923) © Dec. 30, 1922; 
1 c. Mar. 3, 1923 ; K 173106. 

[3 drawings] : 

(In Reliable poultry journal, Nov., 
1922) 

Chart showing expansion of felch 
method [etc] — How blood of star bird 
is brought back to practically pure. — 
Saving blood of valuable male [etc.] 
© Oct. 30, 1922; 1 c. each Jan. 16, 
1923; I 7587-7589. 

Retail grocers assn., inc., Louis- 
ville. 4356 

Progress, sanitation, economy, qual- 
ity, service. © Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 18; I 7573. 



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no. 1, 1923 



4407 



Rex window adveetising co., New 
York. 4357, 4358 

Rex window advertising co., inc. 
[Catalogue cover, A, B.] © Jan. 5, 
1923; 2 c. each Jan. 18; K 171664, 
171666. 

Richaedson ( Simmons W. ) Ft. Myers, 
Fla. 4359 

Biblical star. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 
I 7577. 

Ricoedi (G.) & co., inc., New York. 

4360 

Schola cantorum of New York. © 

Dec. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 21 ; K 171728. 

Rideout (H. H.) Washington. 4361 
Marine and his tarantulas. © Feb. 
19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; J 260110. 

Robeets (Elmee E.) Syracuse, N. Y. 

4362 
[Pictorial checker board] © Feb. 6, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 9 ; K 172404. 

Robeets (Hobaet V.) Utica, N. Y. 

4363, 4364 

Beaver at work. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1923; J 259866. 

Beaver dam. © Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 1; J 259867. 

Robeetson ( Alexandee M. ) San Fran- 
cisco. 4365 
Wild buckwheat, Coast Range, Calif. 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1923; 
K 173131. 

Robinson (Mrs. Elizabeth) San 

Francisco. 4366 

Ruby slip. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1922; 
J 260115. 

Robinson (Feedeeick B.) New York. 

4367-4371 

New York (City) College of the city 
of New York : 

Looking north, aeroplane view. — ■ 
Looking south, aeroplane view. — Look- 
ing west, aeroplane view, 1, 2. — Mural 
painting, the graduate. © Nov. 4, 
1922; 2 c. each Nov. 9; J 259298- 
259302. 

Rockhold (Feedeeick W.) Parkdale, 

Or. 4372 

Hood (Mt.) from Big Rocky Butte, 

© Oct. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1923 ; J 

259306. 

Rodeck (Heebeet A. F.) Forest Park, 
111. 4373-4396 

Deer park : 

Base and main entrance of the ca- 
thedral, viewed from below the arch 
bridge, 49. — Reflecting on pleasant 



memories of a visit to Starved Rock 
and Deer Park, 50. — View from out of 
one of the caves, toward the head of 
the canyon, 45. © Feb. 16, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each Feb. 21 ; J 260183-260185. 

Starved Rock: 

Beautiful spot in Illinois Canyon, 
35. — Blasted tree on Lover's Leap 
knows of a blasted romance of long 
ago, 18. — Charming view of the Illi- 
nois Valley up the river from Eagle 
Cliff, 23. — Early morning on the yel- 
low trail, Eagle Cliff in the distance, 
26. — Entrance to French Canyon, 
bridged by a living cedar tree, 14. — 
Excursion boat on return trip from 
Horseshoe Canyon, near Lover's Leap, 
20. — Expansive panorama of the broad 
and lovely Illinois River Valley, from 
the rock, 7.— -Face and summit of the 
rock as viewed from Lover's Leap, 
16. — Face of the rock viewed from the 
ferry landing, 4. — Falls and shallow 
pool at the head of Kaskaskia Canyon, 
33.— Falls at the head of the LaSalle 
branch of Horseshoe Canyon, 32. — 
Following the trail along the edge of 
Lover's Leap, 19. — Ghosts of departed 
redmen haunt the November landscape, 
10. — Glorious sunset brings memories 
of the Indian's faded splendor, 12. — 
Gypsy Island under the spell of early 
morning, 27. — Indian's spirit revisits 
the scenes of starvation and massacre, 
9. — Looking down the river from Pul- 
pit Rock, 30. — Natural castle, cold, 
grim and defiant, former site of Ft. St. 
Louis, 3. — Romance of early morning 
on the bluff road, 39. — Western en- 
trance of the park, one mile south of 
Utica, 38. — When the sun sinks to rest 
on the bosom of the Illinois, 11. © 
Feb. 16, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 21; J 
260186-260206. 

Root (Geoege M.) Lansing, Mich. 

4397 
Certificate. © Dec. 1, 1922; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1923 ; K 172441. 

Ross (Rodeeick W.) Dixmont, Pa. 

439S 
Greenhouse cat. © Feb. 12, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 15 ; J 260012. 

Rotees (CaelG.) New York. 4399 

[Metropolitan Christmas spirit] © 
Dec. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 13 ; K 172028. 

Runyon (Robeet) Brownsville. Tex. 

4400-4407 
Brownsville, Tex. and Matamoros. 
Mexico, souvenir. © Feb. 1. 1928 : 2 e. 
Feb. 12 ; K 172725. 



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410S 



pt. iv. n. s., v. IS 



Rttnyon ( Robert ) — Continued. 

[7 photographs] : 

Cabbage field, lower Rio Grande 
Valley. 533. — Cluster of grape fruit, 
lower Rio Grande Valley. 592. — Date 
palm, lower Rio Grande Valley, 534. — 
Orange blossoms, lower Rio Grande 
Valley, 536.— Red fish caught at the 
mouth of the Rio Grande, Tex.. 591. — 
Rio Grande farm. 581. — Texas land- 
scape. 537. © Feb. 1. 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Feb. 19 : J 260101-260107. 

Rush (Emmy Matt) Hollywood. 

Calif. 4408 

Hollywood. Calif.. Paul DeLongpre 

studio, in Apr.. 1907. © Dec. 28. 1922 : 

2 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; J 259280. 

Russell (Geoege E.) San Francisco. 

4409-4411 

Alexandre (S. S.) in Golden Gate. 
Admiral line. © July 4. 1922; 2 c. 
Feb. 7, 1923 ; J 259909. 

Durant motor co. plant, aero view. 
© Jan. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; J 259910. 

San Francisco. Calif., residential 
district. © Feb. 1. 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; 
J 259911. 

Russian eagle, inc. New York. 4412 
[Design for menu cover] © Feb. 27, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 7 ; K 173229. 

Ruzicka (Rudolph) Dobbs Ferry. 
N. Y. 4413 

Granary burying ground, showing 
monument to Benjamin Franklin's par- 
ents, and Park street church. © Dec. 
30, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1923 ; K 172864. 

Sahlee (Helen G.) New York. 4414 
Merry Christmas. [Belfry Christ- 
mas card] © Dec. 9. 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 
15: K 171181. 

St. Joseph Valley temple assn. 

South Bend, Ind. 4415 

South Bend, Ind,, Main and Marion 

sts.. new Masonic temple. © Dec. 30. 

1922 : 2 c. Jan. 15, 1923 ; K 171520. 

Sandees (A. YV) St. Louis. 4416 

Mikado. © June 28. 1920 ; 2 c. July 
15: J 242116. 

Schedin (N. T.) Leadville. Col. 

4417 
Massive (Mt.) © Dec. 27. 1922; 2 
c. Jan. 2. 1923 : J 259153. 

Schloss beos. & co.. inc. Baltimore. 

4418-4425 

Schloss bros. & co.. inc.. Baltimore. 

New York. [Case 1-8] © Feb. 1. 

1923; 2 c. each Feb. 28; K 173208- 

173215. 



Sciiluetee (Frank J.) Houston. 

4426-4430 

Blurr.e's (Chas.) fig orchard. ©Jan. 
15. 1923 : 2 c. Mar. 6 ; J 260343. 

Friendswood, Tex.. Altemus fig or- 
chard. 132. © Jan. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 
6; J 260372. 

Altemus two year old fig grove, 

131. © Feb. 26. 1923: 2 c. Mar. 6; 
J 260373. 

Schaff (C. E.) fig orchard, 133, 134. 
© Nov. 16. 1922: 2 c. each Mar. 6, 
1923; J 260374, 260375. 

Schneidee (F. A.) Philadelphia. 

4431-1526 

[96 prints] : 

Admiration, 3883.— After the bath. 
3784.— All dolled up. 3845.— Autumn 
day. 3646.— Bedtime. 3754.— Bend of 
the road, 3859.— [Blossoms, 3516] — 
Bridge by the mill. 3702.— Bubbles. 
3747.— Camp by moonlight, 3880.— 
Company for dinner. 3860. — [Content- 
ed. 3517]— Convincing, 3760.— Deli- 
cious. 3755. — Delighted, 3781. — Devo- 
tion, 3841. — Down the lane to home, 
3878.— Eventide. 3858.— Evidence of 
goodness, 3771.— [Expert, 3520]— Fa- 
vorite. 3772. — Fireside and reflection, 
3749. — First lesson, 3855. — For quick 
service. 3750. — Forest romance. 3838. — 
[Girl and dog and basket, 3407] — 
[Girl and dog and muff. 3406]— [Girl 
and two dogs and signboard, 3408] — 
Girl of the hour. 3844.— [Girl, pink 
hat. 3816]— [Girl, red mantilla, 3815] 
— Going to pasture, 3805.— [Good aim. 
3514]— Good Camp. 3703.— [Good 
cheer, 3524]— Goodnight story. 3882.— 
[Greetings. 3515] — Helpful hint, 3751. 
— High grade and stylish maid, 
3756.— Hour of rest, 3810.— If dreams 
come true, 3885. — In the evening by 
the moonlight. 3890.— Jewels, 3857 — 
Little fisherman, 3854. — Little mother. 
3843.— [Loyal, 2521]— Making sure of 
success. 3775. — Memories of youth. 
3879.— [Messenger boy, 3409] Mid- 
summer. 3645. — Miss-chief. 3724. — 
Modern way. 3770. — Moonlight reflec- 
tions. 3806. — Moonlight romance. 38S4. 
— Moonlit waters, 3704. — Mother's 
treasure. 3840. — Mountain stream. 
3804.— [Movie stars. 3316]— Old fash- 
ioned garden, 3877. — Old home garden, 
3866. — Old homestead by moonlight. 
3876.— Old lane. 3644.— Patching it 
up, 3765. — Pleased, 3779. — Prairie 
mother. 3SS7. — Prize winner, 3869. — 
Progress. 3778. — Prosperous farm, 
3768.— [Purity. 3519]— [Radio, 3315] — 
[Radio, 1923 dates. 3798]— [Ready, 
3522]— Reflections of the birches. 3S07. 



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no. 1, 1923 



4566 



— Reliable. 3761. — Renewing home 
ties, 3783.— Ride a horse, 3746.— Ri- 
vals, 3782.— [Rosy dreams, 3518] — 
Safe guide, 3763.— Satisfied, 3753.— Se- 
lected quality, 3766. — [Sparkling, 
3513]— Steady, 3888.— Sunset at camp, 
3812.— [Telephone, 1923 dates, 3799]— 
Turnstile, 3701. — [Two little lambs, 
4821]— Universal, 3762.— [Vase of 
flowers, 3738] — Well informed and en- 
tertained, 3767. — When dreams come 
true, 3757.— [Winning, 2523, 3748]— 
Winter morning, 3647.— Yawn, 3842.— 
To a will be pleased, 3773. © Sept. 1, 
1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 12, 1923 ; K 
171307-171402. 

Scholl (Walter H.) Linton, Ind. 

4527 
Two roads. Which will you choose? 
[Blueprint] © Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 24; I 7553. 

Schtjck (Charles P.) Philadelphia. 

4528, 4529 

Diegel (Anna) © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 
c. Feb. 10; J 259974. 

Heist (Harry H.) © Feb. 16, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 19; J 260081. 

Schtjtz (Fred A.) Washington. 4530 
Washington board of trade, annual 
dinner. © Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; 
J 259971. 

Seeger (Stanley J.) Milwaukee. 

4531 
Grassy Lake, Ark. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1923 ; J 260325. 

Seigler (Pauline) New York. 4532 
Announcing a sale of coats and 
capes. © Jan. 17, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; 
K 172728. 

Sesqui-centennial EXHIBITION ASSN., 
Philadelphia. 4533, 4534 

[Crayon sketch of proposed exhibi- 
tion bldgs., view of Lemon Hill] © 

1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; I 7662. 

[View of parkway] © 1 c. 

Feb. 19, 1923 ; I 7661. 

Seymour (Leila M.) Huntsville, Ala. 

4535 
Merry Christmas. © Jan. 1, 1923; 

2 c. Jan. 4 ; J 259182. 

Shaw (Rupert) Boise, Id. 4536-4544 
1161, 2101-2108. © Mar. 7, 1923; 
2 c. each Mar. 13 ; J 260449-260457. 

Shaw (William T.) Pullman, Wash. 

4545 
Mountain goat. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
J 259994. 



Shaw photo service, Boston. 

4546, 4547 
Marvin (Letisha) in prize suit by 
Filene co., 1, 2. © Feb. 26, 1923; 
2 c. each Mar. 5 ; J 260338, 260339. 

Sherwood (Edward H.) Oak Park, 
111. 4548^553 

[Big loafer] © Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 5 ; K 172276. 

[Calico or silk, bread and milk] 
© Feb. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 5 ; K 172277. 

[Charming hostess] © Jan. 8, 
1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; K 171521. 

[Grandma was worried] © Dec. 
30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; K 170933. 

[Host's greatest pride] © Jan. 23, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 5 ; K 172275. 

[Hubby was surprised] © Jan. 8, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 15 ; K 171522. 

Shore (Albert F.) Jamaica, N. Y. 

4554 
[Comparison table, hardness vs. re- 
sistance to penetration of metals] © 

1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; I 7548. 

Simpson (George Thomas) Pontiac, 

Mich. 4555 

[Design for simple family dwelling. 

5 sheets] © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1923; I 

7656. 

Simpson spring co., South Easton. 

Mass. 4556 

Incomparable. © July 14, 1922; 

2 c. Mar. 9, 1923; K 172417. 

Sinclair (Margaret Jessie) Bloom- 
field, N. J. 4557 
Homeward way. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1923 ; J 260089. 

Single auto wrecking car co., Cin- 
cinnati. 455S-4561 
No car too large, no ditch too deep, 
A, B, CC, D. © Dec. 19, 1922 ; 2 c. 
each Jan. 15, 1923; J 259386-2593S9. 

Slades art shop, Chelsea, Mass. 

4502-4566 
[5 photographs] : 

Crawford Notch, camping ground. — 
Crawford Notch from Mt. Webster. — 
Crawford Notch highway. — Willey 
camps. — Willey (Mt.) and Willey 
camps from Mt. Webster. © Sept. 1 
1922; 2 c. each Dec. 16. 1922- J 
259312-259316. 



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4567 



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Sloan picture service, New York. 

4567-4570 

Newsboys of Detroit, New Year's 
greeting, 1923: 

Apr. - June. — Jan. - Mar. — July- 
Sept.— Oct-Dec. © Nov. 20, 1922; 
2 c. each Nov. 22; K 171576-171579. 

Smith (C. Ferris) Colville, Wash. 

4571, 4572 

Conner (E. C.) © Feb. 10, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 19 ; J 260108. 

Conner (E. C.) family. © Feb. 10, 
1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; J 260109. 

Smith (Edward F.) Indianapolis. 

4573 
Reinforced concrete arch bridge, 
701. [2 sheets, blueprints] © Feb. 
17, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 21 ; I 7672. 

Smith (J. Albert) Flaherty (Jas. 

G.) AND FOGARTY (WILLIAM M.) 

Indianapolis. 4574 

Certificate of deposit, series B. © 
Sept. 5, 1922: 2 c. Jan. 15, 1923; K 
172241. 

Smith bRos., Dayton, O. 4575 

Fitzgerald (Ruth) bride. © 1 c. 
Jan. 22, 1923 ; J 259768. 

Society of the Divine Savior, St. 
Nazianz, Wis. 4576 

Manna. [Cover design] © Dec. 21, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1923 ; K 171713. 

Somers (Charles) jr., Seattle. 4577 

Island Belle grapes, southern Puget 

Sound vineyards, Mason Co., Wash. 

© Feb. 19, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; J 260261. 

Sommer (Hugo Henry) Madison, Wis. 

4578 
[Calculating chart] © Nov. 24, 
1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1923 ; I 7611. 

Sosnin (M. L.) & co., Louisville. 

4579 
Economy service grocers. © 1 c. 
Dec. 29, 1922; I 7478. 

South Bend bait co., South Bend, 

Ind. 4580 

Sure they fight for, the bassoreno. 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; K 

173397. 

Southern art corp., Memphis, Tenn. 

4581-4601 

[21 prints] : 

[Alice] — Autumn's glories. — [Beside 
the river] — [Betty] — Coming through. 
— Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. — 
[Home run] — [Last shot] — [Micky] — 
[Mountain lake] — My lady. — [Once 



upon a time] — Pals. — Return of the 
hunter. — [Soft, lingering hour] — 
Straggler. — Sunset's gold. — [Sylvan 
Lake] — Tranquil evening. — War bon- 
net. — Woodland pastures. © Dec. 26, 
1922; 2 c. each Jan. 17, 1923; K 
172219-172239. 

Speer's publicity service, Minneapo- 
lis. 4602-4620 

[Boy and sheaf of wheat, 73] © 
Jan. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 19 ; K 172788. 

[Clown on hobby horse, 74] © Jan. 
12, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 19 ; K 172787. 

[Family in auto, 70] © Jan. 5, 
1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 19 ; K 173132. 

[Girl and pigs, 72] © Jan. 10, 1923 ; 
2 c. Feb. 19; K 172789. 

[Negro chauffer and green coat, 71] 
© Jan. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 19 ; K 172790. 

Newspaper feature, W-Z. © Jan. 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. each Feb. 19 ; K 172782- 
172785. 

[Woman holding cornucopia, 75] © 
Jan. 12, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 19 ; K 172786. 

[3 prints] : 

[Harness horse racing, 100] — [Horse 
jumping hurdle, 98] — [Man with 
basketball, 81] © Jan. 18, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each Feb. 19 ; K 172773, 172774, 172781. 

[6 prints] : 

[Auto show, 91] — Boy with rib- 
bons, 96]— [Man in auto, 90]— [Man 
throwing football, SO] — [Running horse 
race, 99] — [Woman, clown, and poodle, 
97] © Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. each Feb, 
19 ; K 172775-172780. 
Spencer (Clifford Richard) Dallas. 

4621 

[Title picture] © Dec. 10, 1921; 2 
c. Dec. 3 ; K 160956. 

Spencer & Wyckoff, Detroit. 4622 

Grayling (Camp) Mich. ©Aug. 12, 
1922 ; 2 c. Oct. 25 ; J 259780. 

Springer (Murray) Chicago. 4623 

Red bird wins. © Jan. 15, 1923; 2 
c. Feb. 19; K 173222. 

Sproul (Charles E.) Landen, Wy. 

4624-^629 

[6 photographs] : 

Brooks Lake, 1, 2. — Brooks Lake 
Falls. — Grand Teton. — Moran 
(Mount)— Pinnacles. © Oct. 1, 1922; 
1 c. each Jan. 29, 1923 ; 1 c. each Feb. 
12 ; J 259975-259980. 
Standiford-Mehling (Ethel) Cleve- 
land. 4630-4639 

Allen (Judge Florence E.) 1-7. © 
Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 18; J 
259441-259447. 



78 



MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



no. 1, 1923 



4700 



Harris (Mrs. E. L.) A, B. © Jan. 
4, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 16; J 259701, 
259702. 

Nurse. © Jan. 12, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 
16 ; J 259688. 

Stanley (Chaeles H.) Baltimore. 

4640 
They -Stand in the shadow of a 
mighty cause. © Jan. 12, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 12 ; J 259295. 

Stak co., New York. 4641 

[William II (Ex kaiser)] © Dec. 
17, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 19 ; K 171661. 

Steakns (Haeold T.) Washington. 

4642 
Tall pines admire their image in 
Aldons Lake, Id. © Nov. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 23 ; J 259660. 

Stechee lithogeaphic co., Rochester, 
N. Y. 4643-4682 

[10 prints] : 

Carrot, Oxheart. — Carrot, Scarlet 
horn. — Lettuce, Hanson. — Muskmelon, 
Early osage. — Onion, Early pick- 
ling. — Onion, Large red Wethers- 
field. — Onion, White globe. — Pumpkin, 
Small sugar, pie. — Tomato, Earliana. — 
Tomato, Ponderosa. © Nov. 1, 1922 ; 
2 c. each Jan. 13, 1923; K 171494- 
171503. 

[30 prints] : 

Beet, Detroit dark red. — Cabbage, 
Early Jersey Wakefield. — Cabbage, 
Hollander or Danish ball head. — Cab- 
bage, Late flat Dutch. — Cabbage, 
Red. — Cucumber, Early pickling. — 
Kohlrabi, Early white. — Marjoram. — 
Muskmelon, Rockyford.— ;M u s t a r d , 
Giant southern curled. — Peas, Ameri- 
can wonder. — Peas, Thomas Laxton.- — 
Pepper, Bell or bull nose. — Pepper, 
Mexican chili. — Pepper, Ruby king. — 
Pumpkin, Early sugar. — R a d i s h , 
China rose winter. — Radish, Scarlet 
globe. — Radish, White Chinese win- 
ter. — Sage. — Salsify, Mammoth Sand- 
wich Island. — Spanish, Early white 
bush scallop. — Thyme. — Tomato, New 
stone. — Turnip, Purple top strap 
leaf. — Turnip, Purple top white 
globe. — Turnip, White flat Dutch. — 
Watermelon, Halbert's honey. — Water- 
melon, Kleckley sweets. — Watermelon, 
Tom Watson. © Dec. I, 1922; 2 c. 
each Mar. 2, 1923 ; K 173066-173095. 

Stedman (Ieving L.) Lake Placid 
Club, N. Y. 4683 

Lone wolf. © Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 15 ; J 259382. 



Stein & Blaine, New York. 4684 

Fascination ; by E. M. A. Steinmetz. 

© Jan. 30, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; K 172369. 

Stephenson studio, Atlanta. 

4685-4686 
Evans (H. W.) © Dec. 14, 1922; 
2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; J 260098. 

Wilson (Mrs. S. M.) © Apr. 1, 
1921 ; 2 c. Nov. 25, 1922 ; J 259289. 

Steubeeg (W. T.) Oakland, Calif. 

4687 
Welcome to Oakland week. © Sept. 
11, 1922 ; 2 c. Oct. 12 ; K 173385. 

Stevens & Wallis, inc., Salt Lake 
City. 4688^693 

[6 prints] : 

Acres of diamonds, 5. — Side by side 
coal and iron, 4. — Surrounded by seven 
canyons, 1. — Utah, a new discovery, 
6. — Where irrigation began, 3. — 2,000 
mountain lakes, 2.—© Feb. 24, 1923; 
2 c. each Mar. 5 ; K 173172-173177: 

Stevens, Webb co., inc., Altoona, Pa. 

4694 
Wherever there is work to be done, 
shovels, scoops, spades. © Jan. 11, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; K 171972. 

Stevenson (Beanson G.) Great Falls, 
Mont. 4695 

Sunburst badger says. © July 14, 
1922 ; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1923 ; K 173400. 

Stockellbtjeg (Aethue A.) Boston. 

4696 
Panel layout. [Blueprint] © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1923; I 7701. 

Stocksdale (John Hitchens) Balti- 
more. 4697 
Halstead (Dr. William I.) © July 
1, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1923 ; J 259391. 

Stoey (John Logan) Wichita Falls, 
Tex. 4698 

Son boy. © Feb. 9, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 
9 ; J 260207. 

Steayee (Eva Belle) Huntington, 
Ind. 4699. 4700 

Come on. © Jan. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 
10 ; J 259286. 

I'm ready. © Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 10 ; J 259287. 



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4701 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Steobbidge lithogeaphing co., Cincin- 
nati. 4701^704 

Ringling bros. and Barnum & Bailey 
combined shows : 

African jungle circus [N. Y. no. R. 
B. 2228] — Bears are now taught to 
do wonderful stunts [etc. N. Y. no. 
R. B. 2229] — Four big steel arenas in 
which are presented marvel acts [etc. 
N. Y. no. R. B. 2226]— Mighty Martha 
and Tiny Toodles, three ton mother 
hippopotamus [etc. N. Y. no. R. B. 
2227] © Dec. 8. 1922 ; 2 c. each Dec. 
26 ; K 170868-170871. 

Sussmax (Louis I.) Minneapolis. 

4705 
Lone boy. © 1 c. Jan. 22. 1923; 
J 259638. 

Swinneeton (James) Palo Alto, Calif. 

4706, 4707 

Kiddies of the Canyon country. (In 

Good housekeeping, Jan., 1923) © 

Dec. 20, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; K 

171865. 

(In Good housekeeping, Feb., 

1923) © Jan. 20, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; 
K 171986. 

Swoboda (Alois P.) New York. 4708 
Swobodaism. © Sept. 1, 1922; 2 c. 
Jan. 27; K 172055. 

Sykes (Mabel) Chicago. 4709 

Jones (Isham) orchestra. © Dec. 
10, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 11 ; J 260377. 

Syeacuse ornamental co., Syracuse, 
N. Y. 4710-4726 

Period carvings : 

In the Hepplewhite style, plates 
263-266.— In the Louis XV style, 
plates 267-269.— Plates 270-277 © 
Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
K 171041-171053. 

Period carvings, plates 276-279. © 
Feb. 8, 1923: 2 c. each Feb. 12; K 
172527-172530. 



Springfield, 
4727^734 



Tabee Peang AET CO., 
Mass. 

New York (City) Riverside drive, 
statue of Joan of Arc. © Mar. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 17 ; J 260558. 

Summer cabin, 5840. © Mar. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 17 ; J 260557. 

[6 photographs] : 

Before the storm, 5670. — Day we 
like, 5664.— Evening, 5666.— Hill road, 
5669. — Michigan birch, 5667. — Summer 
day, 5665. © Jan. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 12; J 259681-259686. 



Talloeixg aets pub. co., New York. 

4735-4749 
Spring and summer 1923, plates A, 
B. © Jan. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 17 ; 
K 171707, 171708. 

[13 prints] : 

Ask for the Brunei* guaranteed wool- 
ens, they wear better, T 225. — Ask for 
the genuine S & W woolens, guaranteed 
100% wool, T 222, T 223, T 224 — 
Detmer woolens wear and tailor best, 
T 209. — Mason & Hanson exclusive 
woolens, the best woven. — Mildred, 
ladies tailored suit, T 212, three but- 
ton sack suit, T 213, spring and sum- 
mer 1923. — One button cutaway frock, 
T 210, Dorothy, ladies tailored suit, T 
211, spring and summer, 1923. — One 
button novelty lounge sack suit, T 
216, two button double breasted coat 
and white flannel trousers, T 217, 
spring and summer, 1923. — Spring and 
summer 1923, T 218-T 221.— Three but- 
ton sack suit, T 214, Elvira, ladies 
tailored suit, T 215, spring and sum- 
mer 1923. © Jan. 5. 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 16 ; K 171594-171606. 

Tangen (Ed.) Boulder, Col. 4750 

Colorado (Univ. of) hiking club at 
Arapahoe Peaks and glacier. © 1 c. 
May 31, 1921 ; J 248460. 

Tatteesall (Ralph Cothcal) Los 
Angeles. 4751^753 

Roosevelt dam, 266. © Dec. 23, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; J 259161. 

Superstitious Mountain, 253. © Dec. 
23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923; J 259159. 

Upper cliff dwelling, six miles east 
of Roosevelt, 269. © Dec. 23, 1922; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; J 259160. 

Tayloe insteument cos., Rochester, 
N. Y. 4754-4758 

[3 drawings] : 

Taylor recording pressure gauge 
chart, 9157. — Tycos recording pressure 
gauge chart, 5201. — Tycos recording 
thermometer chart, 681. © Dec. 22, 
1922; 2 c. each Jan. 5, 1923; I 7470- 
7472. 

Tycos recording thermometer chart, 
730. © Dec. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 
1923; I 7473. 

2133. © Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. 

Feb. 19; I 7663. 

Teunisson (John N.) New Orleans. 

4759 
Magnolia blossoms. © Dec. 23, 
1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 26 ; J 259304. 



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no. 1, 1923 



4803 



Thomas (C. S.) Warren, Pa. 

4760-4762 

Christmas greeting, 1-3. © Dec. 15, 
1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 8, 1923 ; J 259275- 
259277. 

Thompson (Earl) New York. 

4763, 4764 

Industrial swivel chair, © Jan. 11, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 16 ; K 171536. 

Tvpist's chair. © Jan. 11, 1923; 
2 c. Jan. 16 ; K 171535. 

Thompson beos., Knoxville. 4765-4775 

[11 photographs] : 

Fulton co., 5955 A2. — Knoxville, 
Tenn., Knoxville sangravl material co., 
6955 Al. — Knoxville, Tenn., looking 
east, 5641 C5. — Knoxville, Tenn., look- 
ing north, 5641 C4. — Knoxville, Tenn., 
looking south, 5641 Dl.- — Knoxville, 
Tenn., looking southeast, 5641 C8. — 
Kress poultry farms, 5942 A2. — Mary- 
ville, Tenn., Maryville college, 6361 
Al. — Tennessee (Univ. of) farm, 5641 
A8. — Tennessee (Univ. of) front view, 
5641 Al. — Tennessee (Univ. of) rear 
view, 5641 A2. © Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. 
each Jan. 31, 1923 ; J 259852-259862. 

Thunemann (Karl F.) Portland, Or. 

4776, 4777 

Hood (Mt.) from above Lost Lake, 
Or. © Nov. 10, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
J 259129. 

from Lost Lake, Or. © Nov. 

10, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; J 259128. 

Thuss (Andrew Jackson) Nashville. 

4778 
Miss America. © Feb. 7, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 24 ; J 260238. 

Tillinghast (A. W. ) New York. 

4779, 4780 
Kolf of the 18th century, 1, 2. © 
Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 25; J 
259689, 259690. 

Tin decorating co. of Baltimore, Bal- 
timore. 4781 
Peter Rabbit himself. © Feb. 19, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 21 ; K 172939. 

Tingley (Katherine) Point Loma, 

Calif. 4782 

In the Greek theater, Doric stoa, 

3227. © Jan. 30, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; 

J 259996. 

Todd (Frederick A.) Livingston, 
Mont. 4783-1787 

Yellowstone national park, Wv., Gol- 
den gate, 10746. © Aug. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 3, 1923 ; J 259172. 



Grand Canyon and Falls of the 

Yellowstone, 10751. © Sept. 1, 1922; 
2 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; J 259175. 

Old Faithful, from the inn, 

10748. © Aug. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1923; J 259174. 

Soda Butte, 10756. © Sept. 23, 

1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; J 259171. 

turquoise beauty, 10749. © 

Aug. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923; J 
259173. 

Tolman, Davidson advertising press, 
inc., Brockton, Mass. 4788 

Walk and be healthy. © Dec. 22, 
1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1923; K 171532. 
Tolman print, inc., Brockton, Mass. 

4789 

[Bridle mates] © Feb. 12, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 5; K 173130. 
Toms (Frances H.) Bellport, L. I., N. 
Y. 4790^792 

At life's urn. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923; 
J 259214. 

De Lacy (Phillippe) A, B. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 3, 1923 ; J 259215, 259216. 
Tribune pub. co., Oakland, Calif. 

4793-4797 

Shasta's (Mt.) slope in winter. © 
Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; J 260532. 

Warner (Charles B.) © Jan. 8, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; J 260533. 

[3 photographs] : 

Shasta Alpine lodge. — Thatcher 
(Leonard) — Warner (Charles E.) © 
1 c. each Jan. 29, 1923; J 258734- 
259736. 
Troy (John P.) Ithaca, N. Y. 

4798, 4799 

Cornell varsity football team, 1922. 
© Dec. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; J 
259270. 

with Coach Dobie, 1922. © 

Dec. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; J 
259271. 

Tschirch (Ernest Louis) Eureka. 
Calif. 4800 

Cimmerian-Cimmerii. © 1 c. Oct. 
26, 1922; J 259774. 
Turner (Orren Jack) Princeton, N. 
J. 4801 

Championship football team of 
1922. © Dec. 8, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 15 ; J 
259775. 

Twitchell (Stanley A.) Minne- 
apolis. 4S02. 4S03 

Improved radio receiver. [Blue- 
printl © Jan. IS, 1923; 2 c. -Inn. 
29; I 7571. 

W. D. 11 circuit. [ Blueprint 1 © 
Feb. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 12 ; I 7610. 



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4804 



pt. iv, n. s., v. li 



Underhill (Ikving) New York. 

4804-4815 

Federal reserve warehouse, C 15524. 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923; J 
259163. 

Jersey City, N. J., Hudson County 
Court house, C. 15405. © Dec. 30, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; J 259166. 

New York (City) : 

Broad st. and Seaboard natl. bank, 
D 857.— Broad st. north, D 855, D 
856.— Stock exchange, C 15759.— U. S. 
Assay office, C 15760. — 5th ave. and 
105th St., Fifth ave. hospital, C 15463. 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 2, 
1923 ; J 259164, 259165, 259167-259170. 

New York (City) Central park, 
snow scene, B 41055-B 41057. © Jan. 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 17 ; J 259410- 
259412. 

skyline, 1623, New Amsterdam, 

D 866. © Mar. 3, 1923; 2 c. Mar 3; 
J 260333. 

Union Pacific system, Omaha, Neb. 

4816 
Cross crossings carefully. © Jan. 
15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; K 172938. 

Union petroleum co., Philadelphia. 

4817, 4818 

Union zero motor oils. © Jan. 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; K 171706. 

What are your steam cylinder oil 
needs? © Feb. 7, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; 
K 172526. 

United merchants assn., Los 
Angeles. 4819 

United merchants assn. [Member- 
ship certificate] © Jan. 9, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 19; K 171985. 

U. S. ptg. & litho. co., New York. 

4820-4825 
[Builders wharf, 589] — [Dawn, 
405]— [Evening lights, 408]— [Even- 
ing mirror, 4071— [Lifting fog, 630]— 
[River at night, 406] © Dec. 30, 1922 ; 
2 c. each Jan. 11, 1923; K 171223- 
171228. 

Urban (George) milling co., Buffalo. 

4826 
Urban's three stallion team. © 1 
c. Jan. 31, 1923 ; J 260262. 

Vail (Edward B.) Marion, O. 4827 
Shoots (Dorothy) © Jan. 28, 1923; 
2 c. Jan. 27; J 259863. 

Van Dorston (Alvin W.) Chicago. 

4828 

Architectural design and structure. 

© Mar. 9, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 16 ; J 260541. 



Van Dyck studio, Portland, Or. 

4829 
Cudy (Margaret) the bride. ©Jan. 
21, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; J 259640. 

Van Riper (Eugene) Basking Ridge, 
N. J. 4830 

Dr. Onion. © Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 26 ; K 173034. 

Veazey (Stockton) San Diego. 4831 

Sea gulls. © 1 c. Dec. 22, 1922; 
J 258836. 

Victor talking machine co., Camden, 
N. J. 4832-4852 

Caruso (Enrico) © Mar. 8, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 9 ; K 173371. 

Martha. © Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 
11 ; K 171305. 

Song of the Volga boatmen. © Feb. 
2, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 3 : K 172250. 

[18 prints] : 

Bassoon. 11. — Celesta, marimba, 
18.— Clarinet. 10.— Double-base, 6 — 
English horn, 9. — Flute, piccolo, 7. — 
French horn, 13. — Harp, 2. — Instru- 
ments of the orchestra by sight, sound 
and story. — Oboe, 8. — Percussion, 16. — ■ 
Trombone, 14. — Trumpet, 12. — Tuba, 
15. — Viola, 4. — Violin, 3. — Violoncello, 
5. — Xylophone, chimes, bells, 17. © 
Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 8; K 
172425-172439, 172986-172988. 

Vinje (Arthur Miller) Madison, 

Wis. 4853 

Wisconsin (State) supreme court. 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; J 

260249. 

Vitagraph co., inc., Brooklyn. 

4854-4856 

Barnyard, Larry Semon in. © Feb. 
27, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 28 ; J 260290. 

Forward march, Jimmy Aubrey in. 
© Mar. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 6 ; J 260340. 

No wedding bells, Larry Semon in. 
© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; J 
259714. 

Wachter (Joseph Theodor) West 

Hoboken, N. J. 4857,4858 

Silzer (Governor) of New Jersey, 

1, 2. © Jan. 8, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 16 ; 

J 259393, 259394. 

Waer (Charles Arthur) Whittier, 
Calif. 4859-4868 

Oil well reflections from Santa Fe 
Springs, Calif., plate 7. © Dec. 20, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; J 259135. 

Santa Fe Springs, Calif., from south 
side, plate 9. © Dec. 12, 1922; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1923 ; J 259132. 



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no. 1, 1923 



4907 



gas well out law, 1-4. © Feb. 

8, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 19; J 260082- 
260085. 

over tops of eucalyptus trees, 

plate 10. © Dec. 12, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1923 ; J 259133. 

reflections of a gas well, 2. © 

Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; J 260086. 

remains of a gas well out law, 

1. © Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; J 
260087. 

where oil wells are nearly as 

thick as oranges, plate 2. © Dec. 20, 
1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; J 259134. 

Waldin (Nels Enoch) Minneapolis. 

4869 
Handy man. © Jan. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 3 ; K 172214. 

Walinger co., Chicago. 4870 

Dever (Hon. William E.) © Jan. 
19, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; J 259769. 

Walker (Henrietta E.) Unionville, 
Mich. 4871-4873 

Alaskan grouse. © Aug. 20, 1922; 
2 c. Dec. 18 ; J 259311. 

Blue beauty. © July 30, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 18 ; J 259310. 

Sitka, Alaska, Harbor. © July 3, 
1922; 2 c. Dec. 18; J 259309. 

Walker (Robert C.) Washington. 

4874 
Summer home, Oblate fathers, proj- 
ect F-135. [etc] © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923 ; 
I 7715. 

Walker (Will H.) Portland, Or. 

4875 
Life boat. © Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 27 ; J 259717. 

Walton adv. & ptg. co., Boston. 

4876 

[Lincoln bank card. Facsimile of 

check, church and photo of Lincoln] 

© Jan. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 5 ; K 170951. 

Ward (J. E.) Springfield, O. 

4877-4884 

[Design] : 

[Bread]— [Coal]— [Flowers] — 
[House] — [Ice cream] — [Milk] — 
[Plumber]— [Soft drink] © Feb. 6, 
1923; 2 c. each Feb. 15; K 172689- 
172696. 

Warner (Elmer C.) Forest Park, III. 

4885 
Peter Paynter. © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 
c. Jan. 18; K 171662. 



Warren (Whitney) and Wetmore 
(Charles D.) New York. 

4886, 4887 
First floor plan. [Of buildings on 
property bounded by Park and Lexing- 
ton avenues, etc. Blueprint] © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1923; I 7594. 

Typical floor plan. [Of buildings on 
property bounded by Park and Lexing- 
ton avenues, etc. Blueprint] © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1923 ; I 7593. 

Warwick (William G.) Rex, Or. 

4888-4890 
Shasta (Mt.) 1, 2. © Jan. 16, 1923; 
2 c. each Jan. 22 ; J 259646, 259647. 

in winter. © Jan. 16, 1923 ; 2 

c. Jan. 22 ; J 259645. 

Waterman (C. E.) Long Beach, Calif. 

4891, 4892 

Idaho (U. S. S.) © Feb. 4, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 17 ; J 260062. 

Oklahoma (U. ,S. S.) © Feb. 4, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 17 ; J 260061. 

Waters (L. A.) fire, Syracuse. N. Y. 

4893, 4894 
Syracuse, N. Y., Church of the As- 
sumption, altar. © Feb. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 8 ; J 260055. 

, chancel. © Feb. 1, 1923 ; 

2 c. Feb. 8 ; J 260054. 

Waters (Walter Kersey) Petaluma, 
Calif. 4895, 4896 

Redwood scene. © Jan. 23, 1923; 
2 c. Jan. 29 ; J 259738. 

and road. © Jan. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. 

Jan. 29 ; J 259737. 

Watson (H. F.) co., Erie, Pa. 

4897-4907 

[Watson's detail construction] : 
[Base flashing on concrete with 
wood strip insert in wall and roof 
deck, cut 11] — [Of base flashing on 
brick walls, cut 10] — [Sec. B, base and 
wall flashing on concrete, etc., cut 9] 
© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 20; 
K 171739-171741. 

[Watson's detail construction of 
specification] : 

[A-0-3, B-0-3, C-0-3, cut 5]— [A-l- 
1, B-l-1, cut 61— [A-l-2-2. cut 4] — 
[A-2-1, B-30-1, cut 3]— [A-2-2, B~ 
30-2, cut 21— [ A-2-^3, B-30-3, C-0-4- 
Sec. F, cut 11— [B-0-4. Sec. G. C-0-4X, 
sec. H, cut 8]— [B-0-5, sec. 0, C-0-5, 
sec. D, cut 7] © Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
each Jan. 20; K 171731-171 738. 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



4908 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Weidner (Chakles) San Francisco. 

4908 
San Francisco, Calif., Golden Gate 
park, rhododendron. © Dec. 10, 1922 ; 
2 c. Jan. 23, 1923 ; J 259882. 

Weir (Gerald E.) Boston. 4909-4912 

[4 prints] : 

Free, oh look.— $250.00 free — 
$250.00 free, just write a letter — 
$250.00 free, somebody's going to get it. 
© Mar. 4, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 10 ; K 
173380-173383. 

Welch (Howard B.) New Haven, 

Conn. 4913 

Milford, Conn., Bay View Beach, 

swimming hole. © Jan. 11, 1923 ; 2 c. 

Jan. 13, J 259305. 

West coast engraving co., Portland, 
Or. 4914 

Curiosity. © Nov. 15, 1922; 2 c. 
Dec. 18; K 171411. 

Western art leather co., Denver, 

4915, 4916 
Colorado. © Jan. £7, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 
19 ; K 172641. 

Round-up. © Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 9 ; K 172642. 

Western electric co., inc., New York. 

4917-4933 

Control room for loud speakers. © 

Mar. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; J 260534. 

Donahey {Gov. Victor) inaugura- 
tion, Columbus, O. © Jan. 13, 1923 ; 2 
c. Jan. 15 ; J 259385. 

Heising (Raymond A.) © Dec. 27, 
1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1923 ; J 259921. 

Jewett (F. B.) © Mar. 1, 1923; 2 
c. Mar. 12 ; J 260535. 

Metropolitan life insurance co. ban- 
quet. © Feb. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 15 ; J 
260052. 

Rothafel (S. L.) using the public 
address system to direct rehearsals at 
the Capitol theatre. © Jan. 29, 1923 ; 
2 c. Jan. 30 ; J 259752. 

[4 photographs] : 

Hatfield (R. M.) Western electric 
public address system in control room, 
Capitol theater, New York city. — Irwin 
(J. B.) operating the control panel of 
the Western electric public address 
system, Capitol theater, New York 
city. — Rothafel (Samuel L. ) director 
of Capitol theater, New York city, 
using Western electric microphone, 1, 
2. © Jan. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 27 ; 
J 259776-259779. 



[7 photographs] : 

Ehrlich (Mrs. M.) and her grand- 
children listening in to radio pro- 
gram. — Fisch (Sylvia B.) listening in 
to radio program, A, B.— Newark, N. 
J., Ritz apartment, pent house atop. — ■ 
Newark, N. J., 229 Clinton ave., Ritz 
apartments. — Radio brings enjoyment 
to workers in Ritz apartment boiler 
room, Newark, N. J. — Western electric 
headset brings enjoyment to worker 
in Ritz apartment boiler room, New- 
ark, N. J. © Mar. 14, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Mar. 16; J 260546-260552. 

Westinghouse lamp co., Bloomfield, 

N. J. 4934, 4935 

Washington, D. C, U. S. Capitol, 

W. L. 245, W. L. 246. © 1 c. each 

Feb. 8, 1923; J 259914, 259915. 

Wetherill (Henry Emerson) Phoe- 
nixville, Pa. 4936 

[Eye colors usual] © Jan. 22, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 24 ; K 171999. 

Whidden (James Edgar) San An- 
gelo, Tex. 4937 

Ben Ficklin crossing. © Feb. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 7 ; J 260381. 

Whipple (Alice May) Goffstown, 
N. H. 4938 

Baker (Mark) homestead. © Jan. 
8, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 12 ; J 259294. 

Whitacre (Joseph A.) Marshalltown, 

la. 4939, 4940 

Tiernan {Mrs. Blanche) 1, 2. © 

Nov. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. each Feb. 6, 1923 ; 

J 259900, 259901. 

White (Joseph J.) New Lisbon, N. J. 

4941 
Whitesbog blueberries. © Jan. 20, 
1923; 2 c. Feb. 2; K 172207. 

Willard (Francis George) Topeka, 
Kan. 4942 

Topeka, Kan., State capitol by night. 
© 1 c. Nov. 23, 1922 ; J 260244. 

Willard (Stephen H.) Palm Springs, 
Calif. 4943-1946 

[4 photographs] : 

Dwellers of the silent places. — Even- 
ing on the desert. — Hour of golden 
light.— Waste places. © Mar. 3, 1923 ; 
2 c. each Mar. 10 ; J 260432-260435. 

Williams (Ollie A.) Indianapolis. 

4947 
Vending machine. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 
1923 ; J 259303. 

Wilson (Jesse Thomas) New York. 

4948 

[Wilson's memorandum bag] © 

Jan. 18, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 20 ; K 172101. 



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5008 



Wilson (Samuel Chase) El Dorado, 
Ark. 4949-^951 

Great Vitek Stringfellow oilwell 
gushing" at Smackover, 1177. © Mar. 
10, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 13 ; J 260446. 

Mammoth Burton-Hughes no. 1, the 
largest oilwell in the U. S. in 20 years. 
1117. © Mar. 3, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 8; 
J 260399. 

Smackover, Ark., big fire, 1073. © 
Feb. 19, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; J 260236. 
Wohlbruck (Theo. C. ) co., San Fran- 
cisco. 4952-4959 

Wasco, Calif., Weit's cottage hotel: 

Dining room, 3189. — East cottages, 
3194.— Gardens, 3191.— Jastro cottage, 
3192. — Main entrance, 3188. — Pool, 
3186.— Tent cottages, 3193. © Jan. 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 23 ; J 259663, 
259665-259670. 

Wasco, Calif., Weit's cottage hotel, 
west cottages, 8187. © Jan. 1, 1923; 
2 c. Jan. 23 ; J 259664. 

Wolter (Friedrich O.) Berlin. 

4960-4972 

[13 photographs] : 

Anglerin ; von dem bildhauer Victor 
H. Seifert, 339.— Arbeit kront, von 
dem bildhauer Martin Gotze, 198. — 
Aufbruch zur jagd ; von dem bild- 
hauer Victor H. Seifert, 357.— Bruder- 
kuss ; von dem bildhauer Madrassi, 
162. — Elektrischer f unke ; von dem 
bildhauer Reinh. Begas, 277. — Junge 
liebe; von dem bildhauer Max Kruse, 
194.— Kugelspielerin ; von dem bild- 
hauer W. Schott, 187. — Perle ; von dem 
bildhauer Loiseau - Rousseau, 204. — 
Reifenwerferin ; von dem bildhauer 
Reinhold Boeltzig, 92. — Schwimmer ; 
von vem bildhauer J. Boyeson, 163. — 
Siegesbote von Marathon; von dem 
bildhauer Max Kruse, 327. — Traum- 
verloren ; von dem bildhauer Martin 
Gotze, 229.- — Wiedersehen ; von dem 
bildhauer Erdmann-Encke, 231. © 
Dec. 1, 1919 ; 1 c. each Sept. 15, 1922 ; 
J 259753-259765. 



Wood (Chester Russell) Washing- 
ton. 4973^981 

Washington, D. C, Masonic and 
Eastern star home: 

Assembly hall, A, B. — Bed room. — 
Dining room. — East sun parlor. — 
vitehen. — Library. — Parlor. — West sun 
parlor. © Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. each 
Mar. 8; J 260400-260408. 

Woodward founder's day fund, Cin- 
cinnati. 4982 
Cincinnati, O., Woodward high 
school. © Dec. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 
20, 1923 ; K 171742. 

Wooldridge (Jasper) El Paso. 

4983-4992 

[10 photographs] : 

Adobe village. — Alta vista. — Buena 
vista. — Desert road. — Desert view. — ■ 
Drifting sands. — Flowering yucca. — 
Home of the yucca. — -Picturesque de- 
sert— Twin yucca. © Feb. 19, 1923; 
2 c. each Feb. 26; J 260250-260259. 

Yosei Amemiya, New York. 

4993-4996 
Benavente (Jacinto) A-D. © Mar. 
5, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 9; J 260422- 
260425. 

Y. M. C. A.'s of U. S. A. (National 
board of the) New York. 

4997-5008 

[12 photographs] : 

Can we? Wear this. — Every joint 
aches. That's possible. — How? Natur- 
ally. — I will. And lived happily ever 
afterwards. — If these could talk, 
well? — My middle section is 'bout to 
pop. It's flat. — One's naturally miser- 
able. Yes, in your shape. — We're all 
out of shape. So we see. — What's 
this. Bunion. — Won't they hurt. No, 
nothing, but your shape. — You, look 
happy. We are. — ?. Will you have 
me? © 1 c. each Nov. 24, 1922; 
J 259226-259237. 



Number of entries in class H-K included in the Catalogue since Jan. 
1, 1923 : 

Reproductions of works of art 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 79 one-copy entries) 205 

Photographs (including 155 one-copy entries) 1.454 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 877 contributions to 
periodicals and other one-copy entries) 2.049 

4, 308 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OE CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4: 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF 
ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIEN- 
TIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



INCLUDING: 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1923 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 
No. 2 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1923 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
issued quarterly, is arranged in two alphabets of proprietors, with sub- 
alphabets of titles as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or 
other identifying reproductions deposited according to law with the appli- 
cations for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and Models 
of Designs for works of art). 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, 
Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; Class J, 
Photographs (except Motion pictures) ; and Class K, Prints and pictorial 
illustrations. 

Titles for Class L, Motion-picture photoplays, and Class M, Motion pic- 
tures other than photoplays, have been transferred to Part 1, Group 2, of 
the Catalogue because of their similarity to Class D, Dramatic compositions, 
and are published monthly therein as a title list, 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue the copyright notice after each title is 
abbreviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows : " G," Class 
G, Works of art; " H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; " I," Class 
I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "J," 
Class J, Photographs ; and " K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations. 
" © " implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by a 
date of publication. " © 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an un- 
published work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the 
photograph or other identifying reproduction ; and " 2c." for 2 copies, 
followed by the date of their receipt. In the case of foreign works and 
pictorial contributions to periodicals, only 1 copy is required. 

The annual index of proprietors, portraits, and principal artists is fur- 
nished for this part in the final issue for the year. The subscription price 
for part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is §0.50 a year, 
payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, by postal money 
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NOTICE. 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or ar- 
ticles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from July 1, 1909, to June 30, 1920, inclusive, are 
still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be 
transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other governmental 
library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant 
prior to December 31, 1923. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which must 
be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be sup- 
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CLASS G. WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR 

WORKS OF ART 



Adams & Grace co., New York. 5009 
Profile hotel, Franconia, N. H. ; by 
Burch Burdette Long. [Drawing 
showing bird's-eye view of large five 
story double building and surrounding 
lawns] © 1 c. May 14, 1923 ; G 68521. 

Aetna life insurance co., Hartford, 
Conn. 5010 

Aetna seal pin; by Daniel Greefs. 
[Model of pin with figure of man 
carry globe on shoulder] © 1 c. Mar. 
1, 1923 ; G 68553. 

Albany perforated wrapping paper 

co., Albany, N. Y. 5011 

Doll; by Carl Edwin Ohlsson. 

Drawing of doll dress of checkerboard 

pattern. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1923 ; G 68253. 

Albro (Maxine) Burlingame, Calif. 

5012, 5013 

Ballerina. Model of figure of Span- 
ish dancing girl with full skirt, scarf 
over head and fan in hand. 

Dans un ancien village frangois. 
Bas-relief plaque showing French 
peasant woman in foreground and vil- 
lage in background] 

© 1 c. each Apr. 14, 1923 ; G 68292, 
68293. 

Allen (Gregory Seymour) Morse- 
mere, N. J. 5014,5015 

Bucking broncho. Model of cowboy 
riding bucking horse. 

Cody (Col. W. F.) Model of Col. 
Cody mounted guiding horse with left 
hand and holding rifle on right arm. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 12, 1923 ; G 68025, 
68026. 

American museum of natural his- 
tory, New York. 5016-5019 

Equus occidentalis ; by Charles R. 
Knight. [Two horses in meadow near 
skull of cow] © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923; 
G 68174. 

Fossil mammals of Rancho La Brea, 
Canis dims, the Dire wolf; by 
Charles R. Knight. [Four wolves 
among tall grass in foreground, and 
three others in background] © 1 c. 
Mar. 26, 1923; G 68175. 



Felis bebbi, Camelus, Equus; 

by Charles R. Knight. [Beast of prey 
in foreground watching herd of camels 
and horses in background] © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1923; G 68177. 

Pampeau fossil mammals, Toxodon, 
Mastodon andium, Hippodion ; by 
Charles R. Knight. [Group of large 
prehistoric animals in meadow near 
large tree] © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1923; G 
68176. 

American statuary & decorating co., 
inc., Philadelphia. 5020 

Torchere, 617 ; by Aurelius M. Ren- 
setti. [Model with round base and 
acanthus leaf decoration] © 1 c. May 
12, 1923; G 68512. 

Ames (Edward Remington) Los An- 
geles. 5021, 5022 
Doll. Model of doll with large 
feather headdress. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1923; G 67965. 

1923 girl. [Model of doll with large 
hat and bare shoulders] © 1 c. Mar. 
26, 1923; G 68463. 

Anderson (Jesse Sylvester) Eliza- 
beth, N. J. 5023 
Ornamental heat conserver for fire- 
places. Statue of winged lady with 
child on shoulder. © 1 c. May 7, 
1923 ; G 68494. 

Andoh (Sansuhe) Los Angeles. 5024 
Book-end. Model of book-end with 
relief of Chinese sirl singing. © 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1923; G 68024. 

Angela (Emilio) New York. 5025 

Star figure. Model of draped fe- 
male figure holding star over head. © 
1 c. May 24, 1923 ; G 6S562. 

Arford (M. Virginia) Oak Park. III. 

Baby page. [Drawing of oblong 
panel surrounded by wreaths of 
flowers] © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1923; G 
6S333. 



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5027 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Akonson (Louis V.) Newark, N. J. 

5027-5030 

Base. Design of ornamental oval 
base. © 1 c. May 25, 1923 ; G 68571. 

Model with Egyptian ornamen- 
tation. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1923 ; G 68288. 

Order of De Molay. [Model of 
shield on crossed swords surmounted 
by helmet and bird] © 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1923 ; G 68128. 

Pair of wings. Model of pair of 
wings rising from circular base. © 1 
c. May 12, 1923 ; G 6S514. 

Aet novelty studios, inc., New York. 

5031 

Lovers ; by Fernando de Adelantado. 

Model of electric torch showing man 

attempting to kiss woman. © 1 c. 

May 1, 1923 ; G 68469. 

Atchison (Joseph Anthony) Wash- 
ington. 5032 
Hot sand. Drawing of Shriner 

seated with legs crossed and right 

hand holding foot. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 

1923 ; G 68255. 

Austen (Edwabd J.) Boston. 5033 

Battle of Chateau Thierry. [Cy- 
clorama view of battle field with 
soldiers passing through village in 
foreground] © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1923; G 
68059. 

Ayees (Milton A.) San Francisco. 

5034 

Bird dolls ; by Robert Ryan. Pine 

cone on which is mounted doll's head, 

and wire legs. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1923; 

G 68213. 

Bailey, Banks & Biddle co., Phila- 
delphia. 5035, 5036 
Jefferson medical college seal; by 

Rud. Freund. [Left profile bust of 

Jefferson in lettered circle on shield] 

© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1923 ; G 68226. 

Penn athletic club symbol ; by Gerda 

Paulson. [Drawing of square with 

letters. P A C. thereon] © 1 c. May 

4, 1923 ; G 68480. 

Bakeb (Howaed) Washington. 5037 
Harding (President) [Bas-relief 
plaque shownig left profile bust of 
President] © 1 c. May 26, 1923; G 
68583. 

Bakee (Peecy Beyant) Washington. 

5038, 5039 

Our prince. Statuette of Prince of 

Wales in morning coat suit and silk 

hat with cane on arm. © 1 c. May 23, 

1923; G 68559. 



Roosevelt (Theodore) Statue of 
Mr. Roosevelt standing with scroll in 
left hand and right hand clenched. © 
1 c. Apr. 2, 1923 ; G 68196. 

Bastian beos. co., Rochester, N. Y. 

5040 
Sigma Chi founders monument 
medal; by Charles Dickert. [Draw- 
ing of medal with candelabra on ob- 
verse and olive branch by monument 
on reverse] © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923 ; G 
68126. 

Baxtee (Andeew) New York. 5041 
Ross-shire [Drawing of square- 
rigged ship with three masts approach- 
ing over smooth sea] © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1923; G 68001. 

Beattie (William E.) Arlington, N. J. 

5042 

St. Peter's; by Franklin L. Naylor. 
Model of dome of St. Peter's cathedral 
on circular base. © 1 c. Mar. 8. 1923 ; 
G 68000. 
Beautebox, inc., New York. 

5043-5057 

Chinese bird and butterfly design; 
by Pierre Tartone. [Bird perched on 
branch of blossoming bush watching 
butterfly] © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1923; G 
67971. 

Du Barry design ; by Pierre Tar- 
roue. [Quarter section of circle deco- 
rated with conventional figures, small 
circles, leaves and branches] © 1 c. 
Apr. 28, 1923 ; G 68487. 

French design ; by Pierre Tartoue. 
[Circular design enclosing pointed 
figure with flowers and leaves] © 1 c. 
Apr. 28, 1923 ; G 68486. 

Fruit design; by Pierre Tartoue. 
[Circular design with double border 
around display of fruit in center] © 
1 c. May 21, 1923 ; G 68556. 

Gold parrot design ; by Pierre Tar- 
toue. [Design showing parrot on perch 
looking down at bed of flowers below] 
© 1 c. May 24, 1923 ; G 6S564. 

Ispahan design; by Pierre Tartoue. 
[Circular design showing stems and 
flowers extending from center toward 
rim. with birds between] © 1 c. May 
15, 1923 ; G 68484. 

Maroon leather design ; by Pierre 
Tartoue. [Oblong panel with vine and 
leaf border and medallian in center] 
© 1 c. May 24, 1923 ; G 68565. 

Nippon design ; by Pierre Tartoue. 
[Japanese scene with sacred double- 
cross in foreground and snow-covered 
mountain in distance] © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1923 ; G 67970. 



88 



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no. 2, 1923 



5082 



Persian design ; by Pierre Tartoue. 
[Small circle on painted design of 
flowers and vines, above section of 
large circle] © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1923 ; G 
684S5. 

Pompadour ; by Pierre Tartoue. 
[All over design of flowers with bor- 
der of leaves and flowers] © 1 c. 
May 24, 1923; G 68566. 

Renaissance design ; by Pierre Tar- 
toue. [Circular design decorated with 
scrolls around figure of peacock 
perched on branch of tree] © 1 c. 
Apr. 28, 1923 ; G 68488. 

Tut-Ankh-amen design ; by Pierre 
Tartoue. [Panel showing groups of 
Egyptians in four chariots riding over 
people] © 1 c. May 11, 1923; G 
68525. 

Tut-Ankh-amen trampling on his 
enemies; by Pierre Tartoue. [Oblong 
panel showing animal with head of 
king, trampling on fallen men] © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1923 ; G 68509. 

Tut-Ankh-amen's captives ; by Pierre 
Tartoue. [Oblong panel showing king 
in chariot drawn by two horses, and 
four groups of captives tied to chariot] 
© 1 c. May 11, 1923 ; G 68510. 

Valmy design ; by Pierre Tartoue. 
[Scrolls around circle enclosing figure 
of man with hand on canvas, kissing 
girl] © 1 c. May 12, 1923 ; G 68518. 
Bechdolt (Mabel Claire) New York. 

5058-5060 

Go-go, the clown. Model of candle 
in form of clown with peaked hat and 
hands in pockets. 

Mother Goose. Model of candle in 
form of old woman with high hat, 
leaning on cane. 

Polly Prim. Model of candle in 
form of little girl in costume of Na- 
poleonic period holding parasol. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 21, 1923 ; G 68236- 
68238. 

Bell (Irene Lillian) Long Beach, 
Calif. 5061-5066 

Inspirational drawings for oriental 
designings, group A, no. 1-5. [Con- 
ventional drawing of oriental figures 
in various designs] © 1 c. each Feb. 
26, 1923 ; G 68187-68191. 

no. 6. Inspirational drawing for 

oriental designing. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1923 ; G 68477. 

Berkley (Frederick M.) New York. 

5067 

King Toot. Model of allegorical fig- 
ure seated on throne with money bag 
in hand and horn in mouth. © 1 c. 
Apr. 2, 1923 ; G 6S254. 



Berni (Gean) St. Louis. 5068,5069 
Jakosays. Model of parrot sitting 
on perch with wire for hanging to 
hook. 

Torchere. Model of Torchere deco- 
rated with pictures of two cupids and 
festoons of flowers and leaves. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 12, 1923 ; G 68281, 68282. 

Bianchini-Ferier, New York. 5070. 
Textile fabric, 47303; by Charles 
Bianchini. [All over design of leaves 
and vines] © 1 c. May 1, 1923; G 
68472. 

Bilodeau (Kenneth George) West 
Newbury, Mass. 5071, 5072 

King Tut's lucky cow. Drawing of 
hat hor cow found as couch support 
in king's tomb. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1923; 
G 68193. 

Drawing of hathor cow with 

long body. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1923; G 

68346. 

Black (Beulah Ethel) Denver. 

5073-5075 

Beulah Black's dance masks, A. B. C. 

Doll in ballet dress and pose, and five 

differently ornamented heads. © 1 c. 

each Nov. 20, 1923 ; G 68086-68088. 

Blair (Virginia) Los Angeles. 5076 

Robin Hood. Model of incense 

burner in form of man seated by tree 

stump. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1923 ; G 68121. 

Blue ribbon taxi corp., New York. 

5077 

Ornamental design ; by E. J. Thoren. 

[Drawing of bunch of ribbon and 

scrolls around inscription] © 1 c. 

Mar. 24, 1924; G 68127. 

Bolin (Guillermo) New York. 5078 
Goog-i. Model of grotesque figure in 
Harlequin costume standing with 
hands on chest. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1923 ; 
G 68283. 

Bonte (George Willard) New York. 

5079-50S2 

Toe-tango-hump. Model of grotesque 
camel. 

Toe-tango-jum. Model of grotesque 
figure of elephant. 

Toe-tango-pup. Model of grotesque 
figure of dog. 

Toe-tango-puss. Model of figure of 
grotesque cat. 

© 1 c. each Apr. 28, 1923 ; G 6S437- 
68440. 



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5083 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Bowen (Eupheasyne) Baker, Or. 

5083 

Old Oregon trail. [Team of twelve 

horses drawing prairie wagon out of 

mountain stream.] © 1 c. Mar. 3, 

1923; G 68241. 

Boyd and co., New York. 5084, 5085 
Morning glory; by Arthur Wood- 
ward. Girl seated on chair admiring 
her stockings. 

Stairs; by Arthur Woodward. 
Stairs. Two girls ascend 'ng stairs. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 10, 1923 ; G 68016, 
68017. 

Beesnahan (Wm. L.) Washington. 

5086 

Uncle Sam, the Shriner. Washington, 

D. 0., 1923; by Joseph R. Mena. 

[Model of bust of Uncle Sam wearing 

fez] © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1923 ; G 68108. 

Beichta (Jeeome C.) Chicago. 

5087, 5088 
Border A. [Drawing of globe and 
tower-like figures below bar] 

B. [Drawing of scallops and 

loafs above bar] 

© 1 c. each Mar. 2, 1923 ; G 67950, 
67951. 

Beiggs (C. P.) Lakewood, O. 5089 
Lakewood high school seal. Circu- 
lar design with oriental lamp in center 
surrounded by inscription. © 1 c. Apr. 
12, 1923 ; G 68279. 

Beiqtjemont (Jean Auguste) Paris. 

5090 
Caresse du vent. [Model of nude 
female figure kneeling and leaning for- 
ward with hair blowing in wind] © 1 
c. May 23, 1923 ; G 68558. 

Beitish art co., ltd., London. 

5091, 5092 

Autumn floods; by A. Brownlie 
Doeharty. View of river flooding over 
its banks, with village of Killin in 
background. 

Dochart in spate; by A. Brownlie 
Doeharty. Scottish river scene in Ar- 
gyllshire showing water dashing over 
rocks on each side of clump of trees. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 20, 1923 ; G 68080, 
68081. 

Beown-Robeetson co., inc., New York. 

5093 
Coue (Dr.) ; by Jane Freeman. 
[Left three-quarter view bust portrait] 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923 ; G 63792. 



Beunicaedi (Adolf) Chicago. 5091 
Lamp ; by Michele Brunicardi. Model 
with relief of old man sitting in chair 
near fireplace, reading book. © 1 c. 
Apr. 26, 1923; G 68399. 

Beyant (Nanna Matthews) Boston. 

5095-5101 

Ariadne. Model of nude female 
figure seated on rock with head bowed 
low. 

Female figure. Back view of sculp- 
tured female figure standing with face 
to rock. 

II penseroso. Model of nude female 
figure seated on rock with cheek rest- 
ing on knee. 

Moon. Model of nude male figure 
kneeling with arms bent in form of 
crescent. 

Piping boy. Model of nude male 
figure kneeling and blowing horn. 

Rock. Model of nude female figure 
poised on rock. 

Sonata opposenato. Model of nude 
male and female figures clasped in 
each others arms. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 26, 1923 ; G 68142- 
68148. 

Buenham (Rogee Noble) Berkeley, 
Calif. 5102 

Burbank (Luther) Right three- 
quarter view bust portrait with fruit 
trees in background, in relief on rect- 
angular medallion. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1923 ; G 68308. 

Bush-Beown (Haeold) Atlanta. 

5103-5105 

Proposed temple to liberty and Lee 
highway approach to Washington, D. 
C. ; by Harold and H. K. Bush-Brown. 
[Drawing showing plan view of tem- 
ple and highway] © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1923 ; G 68317. 

Proposed temple to liberty for Wash- 
ington. D. C. ; by Harold Bush-Brown 
and Henry K. Bush-Brown. [De- 
sign of building in form of Greek tem- 
ple with flight of wide steps in front] 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923 ; G 68195. 

Drawing of plan view of tem- 
ple. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1923 ; G 68316. 

Byenes (Gene) Carmel, Calif. 

5106-5109 

Jimmie Dugan, 1. Model of head of 
skinny boy without cap, laughing. 

2. Model of head of boy with 

cap on, laughing. * 

Puddin' head, 1. Model of head of 
fat boy without hat, laughing. 



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5132 



2. Model of head of fat boy 

with hat on, laughing. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 12, 1923 ; G 68018- 
68021. 

Cameron (Teacy Ceomwell) Denver. 
Doings *in Darktown. Drawing of 
comic strip of four colored men and 
two women. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923; G 
68089. 

Caepentee (Ethel Leach) Birming- 
ham, Ala. 5111 
Mammy o' mine. Statuette of negro 
woman holding infant in arms. ©lc. 
Mar. 5, 1923 ; G 67967. 

Catlett (Gibson) Chicago. 5112 

Gandy bridge. [Painting showing 
long bridge across river connecting 
two parts of city and small island] 
© 1 c. Apr. 23, 1923 ; G 68394. 

Celona (Joe) Los Angeles 5113-5116 
Chinese girl lamp. [Model of lamp 
with figure of Chinese girl trying to 
pluck flowers from vine around lamp 
post] 

Chinese head. ' Model of head of 
Chinese boy. 

Girl Chinese head. [Model of bust 
of Chinese girl wearing fancy head- 
dress.] 

Picture frame. [Model showing 
Chinese boy and girl holding back 
curtain] 

© 1 c. each May 21, 1923 ; G 68546- 
68549. 

Cheffetz (Asa) Springfield, Mass. 

5117-5119 

Compson (Betty) [Right three- 
quarter view bust portrait of girl look- 
ing over right shoulder] 

Dean (Priscilla) [Right three- 
quarter view bust of girl with hair 
hanging over shoulders] 

Kirkwood (James) [Front view 
bust portrait of man looking to left] 

© 1 c. each Mar. 27, 1923 ; G 68139- 
68141. 

Ciampa (Emilius R.) Boston. 5120 
Tutankhamen (King) Model of 
Egyptian figure seated on throne. © 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1923 ; G 68155. 

Clemensen (Chaeles Cheistian) 
Warren, Pa. 5121 

National exterminator co. of Amer- 
ica. Drawing of Statue of Liberty and 
six rats climbing upon it. © 1 c. Dec. 
14, 1923 ; G 67991. 



Coffman (John A.) Sedgwick, Kan. 

5122 
Parable. [Body of water in fore- 
ground in which flow two streams 
coming from mountains in distance] 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923 ; G 68239. 

Cohen (Nessa) New York. 5123 

Moment musical. Statuette of nude 

female dancing with hands raised in 

front. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1923 ; G 68138. 

Colby (Vincent V.) Chicago. 5124 
Champion swimmer. Model of fig- 
ure of girl in swimming suit standing 
with hands on hips. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1923 ; G 68056. 

Conn (C. G.) ltd., Elkhart, Ind. 5125 
Sousa (John Philip) ; by Oskar 
Gross. Painting showing Sousa direct- 
ing band of musicians. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 
1923 ; G 67990. 

Cossette (Louis G.) Washington. 

5126 

Park your camel with Uncle Sam'l. 

Conventional design showing Shriner's 

fez with inscription below and above. 

© 1 c. Apr. 25, 1923 ; G 68392. 

Cotjnselman (Maegaeet M.) Seattle. 

5127 
U. S. civil service school. Design 
showing letters U. S. combined in 
ornamental scroll with name, Civil 
service school. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; 
G 67946. 

Ceaske (Leonaed) Boston. 5128 

Princie Boy. Model of Belgium 
police dog sitting with mouth open 
and tongue out. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1923 ; 
G 68353. 

Ceeniee (Henei) Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

5129 
Coogan (Jackie) [Statuette of 
child standing with hands in pockets] 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1923 ; G 6S002. 

Cummings (Moses Loftovee) Chicago. 

5130 
Beautiful northern lights. [Design 
showing figure of angel standing in 
front of sunburst, surrounded by in- 
scription] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; G 
67949. 

Dalton (William J.) New York. 

5131,5132 

Columbine ;' by Peter Connors Dal- 
ton. [Model of book-end with relief 
showing woman seated holding fan in 
right hand and flowers on left arm] 



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Dalton (William J.) — Continued. 

Pierrot book-end, by Peter Conners 
Dalton. [Model of book-end with fig- 
ure of clown playing musical instru- 
ment] 

© 1 c. each Mar. 7, 1923 ; G 68101, 
68122. 

Da Psato (A.) co., Charlestown, Mass. 

5133 
Immaculate conception ; by A. Da 
Prato. [Model of figure of Virgin 
Mary standing with hands folded over 
breast, looking down] © 1 c. May 12, 
1923 ; G 68516. 

Dapeato statuary co., Chicago. 

5134-5139 

Baptismal font and service table, 

2280. Model shows group of baptism 

of Christ at top, and cross on tablet 

in niche below. 

Credence table, 2281. Model of or- 
namental table in Gothic style. 

Crucifix, 2852. Model shows corpus 
on cross with nails through hands and 
feet. 

Electrolier, 285. Very ornamental 
model with seven lights. 

Grotto, 1800. Model shows statue 
of Our Lady of Lourdes and Berna- 
dette in grotto. 

Our Lady of Sorrows, 217. [Model 
of draped female figure standing with 
hands crossed on breast and sword 
piercing heart] 

© 1 c. each May 26, 1923 ; G 68577- 
68582. 



D'Asceno (Nicola) Philadelphia. 



5140 



Rotary banner. [Design showing 
two draped female figures with hands 
clasped, holding cogwheel on 
shoulders] © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; G 
68129. 

Daving (Matthew) Washington. 

5141 

Congressional country club. [Model 

of club-house with large portico and 

plaza in front] © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1923 ; 

G 68029. 

De Beck (William) New York. 

5142-5144 

Barney Google. Sketch of comic 
male figure showing back, front and 
profile views. 

Spark Plug. 1. Sketch of comic 
grotesque horse showing front view. 



2. Sketch of comic grotesque 

horse showing side view. 

© 1 c. each Apr. 17, 1923 ; G 68313- 
68315. 

Del Cano (Henry P.) Los Angeles. 

5145 
Betty; by Mrs. Douglas Burden. 
Model of figure of bathing girl. © 1 
c. Apr. 10, 1923 ; G 68267. 

Delta mtj phi fraternity (grand 
chapter) Los Angeles. 5146 

Fraternity crest ; by David W. Ridg- 
way. [Design showing shield with 
crown above and scroll below, in 
frame] © 1 c. May 2, 1923 ; G 68478. 

Densham & sons, ltd., London. 5147 
Madonna and Child; by Maynard 
Brown. [Virgin Mary seated with in- 
fant Jesus in lap and group of angels 
in background] © 1 c. May 5, 1923; 
G 68306. 

Di Gioia (Frank) New York. 

5148-5150 

Aida stage setting. [Design for 
stage setting for Verdi's opera show- 
ing female figure standing in fore- 
ground and view of landscape through 
arch in background.] 

Carmen stage setting. [Design for 
stage setting for Bizet's opera show- 
ing chair at left and steps leading up 
from doorway toward village in back- 
ground] 

Faust stage setting. [Design for 
stage setting for Gounod's opera show- 
ing spinning wheel and flower bed in 
foreground] 

© 1 c. each Apr. 7, 1923 ; G 68294- 
68296. 

Dirks (R.) New York. 5151 

Captain and the kids. [Drawing of 
fat man laughing while woman spanks 
two boys across her knees] © 1 c. 
May 11, 1923 ; G 68507. 

Dixon (Walter Alton) Tampa, Fla. 

5152 
Florida ; by Elise Frank. Girl in 
hammock amid orange trees on bank 
of lake, with scenes of various sports 
in background. © 1 c. May 28, 1923 ; 
G 68587. 

Dorrance, Sullivan & co., inc., New 
York. 5153 

Full fashioned ; by Horace G. Cleve- 
land. Design showing letters FF in 
laurel wreath. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923 ; G 
68030. 



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5175 



Deake ( Craig P. R. ) New York. 5154 

It covers a multitude of shins. 
[Drawing of all over design of stock- 
ings] © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923 ; G 68464. 

Dtjnegan (James R.) Wichita, Kan. 

5155 
Eagle. [Model of large eagle stand- 
ing on square pedestal] © 1 c. Mar. 
24, 1923 ; G 6S130. 

Dunsmore (John Waed) New York. 

5156 
Defense of Fort Washington, 1776. 
Various units of American forces in 
last hour of their fight against Hes- 
sians and Dutch. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1923 ; 
G 68022. 

Dunton (W. Heebert) Taos, N. M. 

5157 
Ginger. Portrait of Nathan Dowell, 
trapper, standing with coyote skin in 
left hand, rifle in right, and burrow 
team in background. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 
1923 ; G 68256. 

DuVall (Clyde W.) Buffalo, N. Y. 

5158 
Map of North America on globe. 
Drawing of ship under full sail above 
globe. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1923 ; G 68235. 

Dykaar (M. W.) Washington. 5159 

Noble at the Capitol. [Model of 

Shriner leading camel in front of 

Capitol] © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1923; G 

68468. 

Edwin (Ellis) Berkeley, Calif. 5160 
Holland maid. [Statuette of girl in 
sleeveless dress and lace cap, holding 
bunch of flowers] © 1 c. Apr. 23, 
1923 ; G 68375. 

Edwin (Ellis) & Hewitt (F. M.) 
Berkeley, Calif. 5161,5162 

Princess Tut. Statuette of Egyptian 

girl in royal costume. 
Watch your step; by Ellis Edwin. 

Statuette of bathing girl with Japanese 

parasol. © 1 c. each Mar. 21, 1923 ; G 

68100, 68545. 

Einson-Feeeman co., inc., New York. 

5163 
Supreme auto oil display; by Mor- 
ris M. Einson. [Drawing of oblong oil 
can witli inscription] © 1 c. Apr. 17, 
1923; G 68396. 

Einstein (F. J.) Washington. 5164 
Parked with Uncle Sam. [Model of 
camel lying on ground] ©1 c. Apr. 6, 
1923 ; G 68233. 



Eleason (Helen Baldwin) Philadel- 
phia. 5165 
Nude. [Back view of nude woman 
standing] © 1 c. May 1, 1923; G 
68473. 

Ellison (Frank Hugh) New York. 

5166 

Aeroplane. Drawing of aeroplane 
built like baseball bat. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1923 ; G 67993. 

Doll, 1. Drawing of doll dressed 
like a daisy. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1923 ; G 
68526. 

2. Drawing of doll dressed like 

a pansy. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1923; G 
68527. 

Santa Claus lamp. [Drawing of 
lamp in form of figure of Santa Claus 
standing] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; G 
68185. 

England (William A.) Somerville, 
Mass. ' 5170 

Birthplace of Mary Baker Eddy. 
[Landscape showing farmhouse and 
barn with meadow in foreground] © 
1 c. May 29, 1923 ; G 68589. 

Enright (Walter J.) New York. 

5171 
Geo. W. Luck. Model of small gro- 
tesque laughing male figure, with 
four-leaf clover on each side of coat, 
standing on horseshoe. © 1 c. Mar. 
26, 1923 ; G 68135. 

Fairchild (Frank Leslie) Bridge- 
port, Conn. 5172 
Caricatures from musical notation. 
Drawing of men, women, birds and 
cats in combination with musical no- 
tations. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1923; G 
67947. 

Farm house fraternity, Lincoln, 
Neb. 5173-5175 

Coat of arms. Shield-shaped design 
surmounted by helmet, with band of 
three stars across shield, lamp in up- 
per right, sickle and shield in lower 
left and scroll at bottom. 

Official badge. Design of badge in 
form of shield with rubies at corners, 
pearls on border, and letters, F H, 
and star in center. 

Seal. Design showing coat of arms 
in center, with inscription in outer 
circle. 

© 1 c. ea<^i Mar. 27, 1923 ; G 6S149- 
68151. 



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Fenstermacher (Harry David) Den- 
ver. 5176 
Can you imagine. Drawing of car- 
toon series of small boy and man. © 
1 c. Mar. 10, 1923 ; G 68090. 

Ferris (J. L. G.) Philadelphia. 

5177-5179 
Franklin's home-coming. View of 
Hight St. wharf, Philadelphia, with 
ship in center, from which Franklin 
and group of people are coming to- 
ward sedan-chair at left. 

Word to the kaiser. Roosevelt 
standing at right with hand on globe, 
and Dr. Von Holleben at left, in 
president's private office. 

Yule log, Mount Vernon, 1798. 
Washington on horseback watching 
procession with oxen and log, led by 
negro with violin, marching over 
snow near Mount Vernon mansion. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 28, 1923 ; G 68152- 
68154. 

Fifth Ave. doll & toy mfg. Corp., 
New York. 5180 

Movie vamp lamp doll ; by Charles 
Colombo. [Model of figure of nude 
girl standing with arms folded over 
breast] © 1 c. May 10, 1923 ; G 68554. 

Fighiera (Leon) San Francisco. 

5181-5187 
Amoureux. Bas-relief medallion 
showing man and woman embracing. 
© 1 c. Apr. 25, 1923 ; G 68405. 

Archer, 1. Bas-relief plaque show- 
ing archer kneeling with bow in left 
hand. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1923 ; G 68403. 

Bas-relief plaque showing 

archer standing with bow in hand and 
casque on head. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1923 ; 
G 68404. 

Boule de fer. Bas-relief plaque 
showing standing athlete holding iron 
ball in right hand. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 
1923 ; G 68406. 

Chinese bride. Model of bust of 
Chinese girl, wearing ornamental 
headdress with fancy fringe across 
forehead and side ornaments. © 1 c. 
Apr. 25, 1923; G 68407. 

Chinese girl. Model of bust of Chi- 
nese girl wearing fancy headdress and 
embroidered mandarin coat. © 1 c. 
Apr. 25, 1923 ; G 68408. 

Comet. Model of female figure with 
tail extending down to globe. © 1 c. 
May 9, 1923 ; G 68511. 



Finkelgreen (David) Philadelphia. 

5188 
And now where? [Left profile of 
old man wearing long beard and cap, 
seated with cane in hand and bundle 
of clothes by his side] © 1 c. May 
24, 1923; G 68563. 

Fischer (Dorothea) Beverly, N. J. 

5189 
Heifetz (Jasche) [Drawing of 
sketch of man playing violin] © 1 c. 
May 9, 1923; G 68503. 

Fiske (J. W.) iron works, New York. 

5190 

American doughboy. Model of life 
size figure of American soldier in ac- 
tion. © 1 c. June 15, 1923 ; G 68679. 
Florentine art productions, inc., 
Chicago. 5191-5194 

Lamp base; by Louis Pvomanelli. 
[Model of lamp base with three scroll 
feet and lantern top] © 1 c. May 12, 
1923; G 68515. 

Lamp with mica chimney ; by Louis 
Romanelli. Model of lamp with orna- 
mented base and cap. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 
1923; G 68286. 

Table lamp A; by Louis Romanelli. 
Model of tall lamp with leaf decora- 
tion around base. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 
1923; G 68284. 

■ B ; by Louis Romanelli. [Model 

of lamp with ornamented base and re- 
lief band of cupids around center of 
standard] © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1923; G 
68285. 

Florio (Salvatore Erseny) New York. 

5195 

Queen of Atlantis. Model of draped 
female figure wearing headdress and 
torso plate decorated with Aztec and 
Mayan hieroglyphs. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1923; G 68028. 
Florman (Irving) New York. 

5196-5198 

Leaping nymph. [Model of figure of 
nymph leaping over radiator cap] © 
1 c. Mar. 26, 1923 ; G 68137. 

Motor maid. Model of figure of girl 
leaping over thermometer. © 1 c. 
Mar. 26, 1923 ; G 68136. 

Tut-ankh-amen. [Model of bust of 
Egyptian king] © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1923; 
G 67972. 

Frankenberg (Arthur von) New 
York. 5199 

Baby with book. Book-end in form 

of nude baby seated on pillow, holding 

open book in lap. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 

1923; G 68120. 



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5231 



Feaseb (James E.) New York. 5200 

Hamilton (Alexander) [Statue of 
Hamilton standing with overcoat on 
left arm and hat in right hand] © 1 
c. May 17, 1923 ; G 68536. 

Fkaser (Laura Goedin) New York. 

5201 

Roosevelt (Theodore) Bas-relief 

plaque showing Roosevelt in wild west 

costume riding bronco and waving 

hat] © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1923 ; G 68060. 

French (Reva M.) Whittier, Calif. 

5202, 5203 
Book-end. Model of conventional- 
ized Egyptian head. 

Wall plaque. Bas-relief plaque 
showing girl in summer dress feeding 
birds on bank of stream. © 1 c. each 
May 26, 1923 ; G 68575, 68576. 

French fibre co., inc., New York. 

5204-5220 
Book-end; by Joel Bianchi. Archi- 
tectural top design with relief of fes- 
toons and scrolls on front and leaf 
decoration on base. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1923 ; G 68010. 

, 2 ; by Joel Bianchi. Model 

with architectural top, with egg de- 
sign border, bows of ribbon in center 
and festoons of flowers at corners. © 
1 c. Mar. 10, 1923 ; G 68013. 

, 3 ; by Joel Bianchi. Model of 

ribbon design with relief of lyre on 
roll of music and trumpet. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10, 1923 ; G 68014. 

Bowl, 1 ; by Joel Bianchi. Model of 
oval shaped bowl with relief of flowers 
and ornamental shield around rim, 
and festoons of flowers on base. © 1 
c. Mar. 10, 1923 ; G 68011. 

, 2 ; by Joel Bianchi. Model 

with leaf design, shield, and festoons 
of flowers on stippled background at 
top, and leaves, festoons and moulding 
at bottom. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1923; G 
68326. 

Candlestick, 1 ; by Joel Bianchi. 
Model with star design on top, and 
leaves at upper and lower ends of 
fluted column. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1923; 
G 68324. 

, 2 ; by Joel Bianchi. Model 

having leaf decoration at top, shield, 
festoons of flowers and shells around 
(enter, and flowers and leaves at bot- 
tom. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1923 ; G 68325. 



3; by Joel Bianchi. Model in 

oval shape, with relief on top and 
neck, flowers, shield and arms on sides 
and festoon at bottom. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1923; G 68008. 

Lamp base ; by Joel Bianchi. Model 
with ornamented top, cut in design on 
neck, relief panel on upper center, 
shield and urn on lower center and 
leaves on base. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1923 ; 
G 68009. 

, 1 ; by Joel Bianchi. Shell de- 
sign top with leaves in center, on bot- 
tom and base. © 1 c. May 31, 1923 ; 
G 68592. 

, 2 ; by Joel Bianchi. Model 

with top, leaf design, plain round 
neck, relief band around center and 
leaves on base. © 1 c. May 31, 1923 ; 
G 68593. 

, 3; by Joel Bianchi. Model 

with plain top, lattice work panels be- 
tween for leaves on center and leaves 
on base. © 1 c. May 31, 1923; G 
68594. 

, 4; by Joel Bianchi. Model 

with plain top, oval fluted neck, leaf 
and panel on stippled background in 
center, and leaf decoration on base. 
© 1 c. May 31, 1923 ; G 68595. 

5; by Joel Bianchi. Model with 

relief design at top, stippled neck, line 
work in center and leaf decoration on 
base. © 1 c. May 31, 1923 ; G 68596. 

6 ; by Joel Bianchi. Model with 

leaf design at top, chain around neck, 
band of flowers around center and dot 
and leaf design on base. © 1 c. May 
31, 1923 ; G 68597. 

Oval bowl ; by Joel Bianchi. Model 
with moulding on top shell in center, 
festoons of flowers on sides and laurel 
leaves on base. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1923 : 
G 68322. 

Oval candlestick ; by Joel Bianchi. 
Model with top moulding, leaves on 
sides, flower in center, festoons, fruit, 
moulding base and stippled back- 
ground. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1923 ; G 6S321. 

Frishmtjth (Harries W.) New York. 

5221 

Bubble. Model of figure of dancing 

girl standing on toes of right foot and 

holding bubble above head. © 1 c. 

May 17, 1923 : G 6S537. 

Gelert (Mrs. John) East Orange, 
N. J. 5222-5231 

Boy with waterbng; by John Sophus 
Gelert. [Model of figure of small boy 
holding waterbag under left arm and 
cup in right hand] 



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Geleet (Mrs. John)- — Continued. 

Christ : by John Sophus Gelert. 
[Bas-relief of head of Christ showing 
front view] 

Christ blessing children ; by John 
Sophus Gelert. [Sculptured group of 
Christ seated with child standing at 
each side] 

Evening prayers ; by John Sophus 
Gelert. [Sculptured group of mother 
kneeling with two children at her side] 

Lincoln (Abraham) ; by John 
Sophus Gelert. Sculptured bust. 

Little architect ; by John Sophus 
Gelert. [Sculptured group of two 
children, one of whom is watching 
other build dirt house] 

Little turtle players; by John 
Sophus Gelert. [Sculptured group of 
two children playing with small tur- 
tle] 

Riis (Jacob) ; by John Sophus Ge- 
lert. Sculptured bust. 

Roosevelt (Theodore) ; by John 
Sophus Gelert. [Statue of Mr. Roose- 
velt in uniform standing with sword 
in right hand] 

Wounded soldier ; by John Sophus 
Gelert. [Statue of soldier seated on 
broken wheel bandaging right arm] 

© 1 c. each Apr. 24. 1923 ; G 68382- 
68391. 

Gleason (Charles Hovey) Boyce- 
ville, Wis. 5232, 5233 

Autumn days. [View of winding 
stresftn through forest of shedding 
trees] 

You're on the right road. [Perspec- 
tive of river with shrubbery on each 
bank and clump of birch trees in left 
foreground] 

© 1 c. each Mar. 15, 1923 ; G 68106. 
68107. 

Gleason (Helen Baldwin) Philadel- 
phia. 5234, 5235 

Cours de la riviere, Bradentown, 
cote ouest de la Floride. [Painting 
showing aerial view of stream] © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1923 ; G 68320. 

Quatre elements. [Landscape show- 
ing two figures and vague representa- 
tion of air, fire, earth and water] © 
1 c. Feb. 19, 1923 ; G 68032. 

Godfroy (C. E.) Montevideo, Minn. 

5236 
Morte (La) ; by Ida Mae Godfroy 
and Claude Elmore Godfroy. Deer 
buck in snow on edge of woods being 
attacked by three wolves. © 1 c. Apr. 
30, 1923 ; G 68496. 



Godfroy (Ida Mae) Minneapolis. 

5237 
Witching hour. Evening scene of 
old mill surrounded by swamp grasses, 
with blue heron standing at edge of 
still water. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923; 
G 58085. 

Gosling (Joseph Woodley) Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. 5238 
Water maiden. Statue of seated fe- 
male figure holding shell in left hand. 
© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1923 ; G 68232. 

Grace Evangelical Lutheran church, 
New York. 5239 

From henceforth thou shalt catch 
men ; by John Edward Tarbox. [Jesus 
seated in boat talking to men and 
women standing on shore] © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1923 ; G 68275. 

Graham (Angus Arthur) Portland, 

Or. 5240 

Square man garage. Drawing of 

figure of .man representing a square. 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1923 ; G 68395. 

Green (George F.) Washington. 5241 
Camp Mishawaka. Drawing of 
camp scene on Indian arrow-point, 
showing tent and canoe along bank 
of stream. © 1 c. May 31, 1923; G 
68591. 

Greenberg (Benjamin J.) Alexandria, 
Va. 5242 

Memorial certificate. [Oval frame 
in center of design with eagle carrying 
flag at left, scroll at right and kneel- 
ing angel below] © 1 c. May 25, 1923 ; 
G 68574. 

Greene (Bertha L.) Tracy, Minn. 

5243 

Bon ami. [One woman manicuring 

finger nails of another seated at small 

table] © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1923 ; G 68400. 

Grofe (Lloyd Nelson) Baltimore. 

5241 
Baby Pan. [Model of baby satyr 
seated on rock playing pipes] © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1923 ; G 68103. 

Grolier society, New York. 

5245-5247 

Boy; by William van Dresser. 
[Drawing showing right three-quar- 
ter view of boy with arms folded over 
breast] © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923 ; G 67994. 

Boy and girl ; by William van Dres- 
ser. Drawing of girl and boy, each 
with volume of Book of Knowledge in 
hand, seated on window ledge. © 1 c. 
May 11, 1923 ; G 68508. 



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5268 



Supervisor praising pupil for good 
marks; by William van Dresser. 
Drawing showing lady talking to little 
girl, teacher standing in background 
and boy who failed seated at right 
with head bowed on desk. © 1 c. Mar. 
23, 1923 ; G 68118. 

Geuppe (P^-Ulo) New York. 5248 

Ornamental drawing; by Monte de 
Haven. Drawing of antique harp in 
letter-head. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1923; G 
682-10. 

Haag (Chaeles) Winnetka, 111. 

5249, 5250 

Dude. [Model of figure of tall youth 
standing with hands in pockets] © 1 
c. Mar. 26, 1923 ; G 68134. 

Hermit playing for mice. Model of 
male figure seated on stool playing vio- 
lin while two m:ce dance and cat sleeps 
under his stool. © 1 c. May 21, 1923 ; 
G 68550. 

Hacknee (E.) co. La Crosse, Wis. 

5251-5257 

French Gothic main altar, 3738; by 
Robert J. Hackner. [Altar with relief 
of Last Supper below altar table, 
figures of angels in niches at each side 
of tabernacle and three spires at top] 

Norman Gothic main altar, 3722 ; by 
Robert J. Hackner. [Altar with 
Sacred Heart emblem beneath altar 
table, figures in niches above, and 
cross at top] 

Renaissance main altar, 2319 ; by 
Egid Hackner. [Altar with figure of 
angel at each side, relief panel show- 
ing holy family in niche above taber- 
nacle and figures of angels at top] 

2335 ; by Egid Hackner. [Altar 

with figure of angel holding lamp at 
each side, relief panel above taber- 
nacle, figures of angels and cross 
above] 

Romanesque ma'n altar, 190; by 
Egid Hackner. [Altar with figures of 
angels at each end of mensa, and two 
angels at sides of canopy above taber- 
nacle] 

Tudor Gothic main altar, 3729 ; by 
Robert J. Hackner. [Altar with relief 
of Last Supper below altar table, and 
figure in niche at each side and above 
tabernacle] 

3742; by Robert J. Hackner. 

[Altar with figure of lamb below altar 
table, figure of Jesus in niche above 
tabernacle and crucifix at top] 

© 1 c. each Mar. 19, 1923 ; G 68061- 
68067. 



Hannan (Eugene Elmer) Washing- 
ton. 5258 
Glad to see you, Nobles, A. D. 1923, 
Washington. Model of bust of Pres. 
Harding wearing fez. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1923 ; G 68027. 

Harmoe (Bessie Maeie) Portland, Or. 

5259 
What the sea saw. Model of short 
fat male figure in bathing suit stand- 
ing by tall female figure. © 1 c. Mar. 
29, 1923 ; G 68183. 

Haepee (Robeet G.) New York. 5260 
Parrot. [Parrot on perch holding 
tea-cup in claw] © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1923 ; 
G 68335. 

Haet ( Haeey L. ) Kansas City, Mo. 

5261 
Oh Tut, Tut. [Model of Egyptian 
figure seated with bowl in hands] © 
1 c. Apr. 23, 1923 ; G 68374. 

Haevey (Eli) New York. 5262 

Alaskan brown bear. Model of large 
bear standing on hind feet. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1923 ; G 68109. 

Haevey (John R.) Grants Pass, Or. 

5263 
Caveman. [Drawing of head of 
primitive man showing left profile] 
© 1 c. May 7, 1923 ; G 68555. 

Hasselbetjsch (Louis) Philadelphia. 

5264 

Pershing (Gen. John J.) Portrait 

showing left three-quarter view of 

general mounted on horse. © 1 c. 

Mar. 10, 1923 ; G 68012. 

Heeing (Heney) New York. 5265 

Baptismal font r by Elsie Ward Her- 
ing. Model of figure of girl with 
wings holding shell in arms. © 1 c. 
Mar. 29, 1923 ; G 68178. 

High noon club, Pittsburgh, Pa. 5266 
Insignia of High noon club ; by 
Liberty engraving co. [Circular draw- 
ing showing sun between two pillars] 
© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1923 ; G 6S297. 

Hoffman (Malvina) New York. 5267 
Bill. Model of kneeling figure of 
man in act of scrubbing floor. © 1 c. 
May 23, 1923 ; G 6S557. 

HOLLTNGSWOETH (ALFRED J.) Jci'SCV 

City, N. J. 5268 

Border design. [Drawing of figures 

of women, crescent star and cow 

around oval] © 1 c. May 9. 1923; G 

6S570. 



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5269 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Holman (Clinton B.) Detroit, Mich. 

5269 
Zoozeboo Isles. Drawing of series 
of grotesque animal and human fig- 
ures. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1923 ; G 68015. 

Holstein-Feiesien assn., Chicago. 

5270-5272 

Holstein-Friesien bull; by Gozo Ka- 
wamura. [Model of bull standing 
with ring in nose] © 1 c. May 7, 
1923; G 68497. 

Holstein-Friesien cow, 1 ; by Edwin 
Magargee. [Side view of black and 
white cow looking in distance] © 1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1923 ; G 68357. 

2 ; by Gozo Kawamura. [Model 

of cow standing with head up looking 
in distance] © 1 c. May 7, 1923; G 
68498. 

Hopkins (Jessie M.) Kingfisher, Okl. 

5273 
Prior settlement. Oklahoma land- 
scape showing race at noon, April 22, 
1887, of men in double-horse wagon 
and man on horseback across open 
country. © 1 c. May 12, 1923; G 
68528. 

Hopkins (Lin) Casper, Wyo. 5274 
Yeah ! it's Christmas in Wyoming. 
[Drawing of cowboy on horseback 
with bunch of packages riding over 
snow] © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1922 ; G 67989. 

Hopkins & Winkler, Cincinnati. 5275 
Dash is silent; by Charles Hill. 
[Drawing of pavillion above figure of 
girl in bathing suit seated on buoy] 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1923 ; G 68224. 

Hopper (Laurence Stjtten) Detroit. 
Mich. 5276 

Pure whiteness. [Drawing of girl 
with right hand on window, holding 
can of enamel in left hand] © 1 c. 
May 12, 1923 ; G 68517. 

Huddleston (James) Los Angeles. 

5277 

Freemason. [Model of male figure 

standing with right hand on hip and 

left arm raised in form of square] © 

1 c. Mar. 31, 1923 ; G 68194. 

Hudson (Grace) Ukiah, .Calif. 

5278, 5279 

Ku-la-ka. Two Yokia Indian chil- 
dren looking at new baby in his wrap- 
pings. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1923 ; G 68276. 

Mad-tha Sway. Bust of young In- 
dian woman laughing. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 
1923; G 68402. 



Hyee (Rexford C.) Cleveland. 5280 
Music merchants association of Ohio 
emblem; by Vincent D. Roy. [Cir- 
cular design showing piano, grapho- 
phone and palm branch, surrounded 
hy inscription] © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1923; 
G 68290. 

Inman (Lee B.) Cleveland. .5281 

Thrifty guy; by George Juga. 
Drawing of smiling messenger deliver- 
ing thriftygrams. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1923 ; 
G 68231. 

International productions co., Den- 
ver. 5282 
Clown and donkey ; by Robert Lind- 
neux. Grinning clown holding gray 
mule by rope. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923 ; G 
67962. 

Interwoven stocking co., New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. 5283,5284 

College student; by J. C. Leyen- 
decker. Painting showing student 
seated on steps with book in hand, 
and winged horse in background. © 1 
c. May 18, 1923 ; G 68540. 

For longest service; by Will 

Grefe. Tennis player seated on ground 
with racket in hand. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1923 ; G 68435. 

Irwin (Ruth Thomas) Ventnor, N. J. 

5825 
Cou6 doll. [Model of figure of man 
standing with hands clasped in front] 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923 ; G 68123. 

Isaacs (Mortimer) Helena, Ark. 

5286-5288 

Safety Sam, 1. [Model of figure of 
man standing with left arm pointing 
to side] 

2. [Model of figure of man 

standing with both arms outstretched 
pointing from sides] 

3. [Model of figure of man 

standing with left arm raised in form 
of square] 

© 1 c. each Apr. 5, 1923 ; G 68228- 
68230. 

Jaegers (Albert) Munsey, N. Y. 

5289 
America unfurling the flag. [De- 
sign of monument showing female fig- 
ure on horseback holding flag above 
head] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1923 ; G 68274. 

Jenkins (June Yates) Venice, Calif. 

5290-5292 

Cleopatria. Egyptian design of 

lamp doll with miniature electric 

lights in headdress. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 

1923; G 58483. 



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5315 



Happy. Model of bull-dog in sitting 
position with smile on face ! © 1 c. 
Apr. 17, 1923; G 68482. 

Head-dress. Design of head-dress 
of ostrich feathers and electric globes, 
for concession dolls. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1923 ; G 68307. 

Johnson (Annie L.) Los Angeles. 

5293, 5294 

Allesandro ; by Mary L. Fox. Model 

of bust of Indian with hair hanging 

over shoulders and fastened by band 

around head. 

Kamona ; by Mary L. Fox. Model 
of bust of half Indian girl with shawl 
over shoulders and hair dressed in 
two braids. 

© 1 c. each May 7, 1923 ; G 68568, 
68569. 

Johnston (Emma Frances) Waco, 
Tex. 5295, 5296 

De Molay. Model of standing figure 

of child in full regalia uniform. 

Oh boy. Model of standing figure of 
child wearing fez. 

© 1 c. each Apr. 23, 1923 ; G 68360, 
68361. 

Jones (Fay Alfred) New Orleans. 

5297 
Home brewings. [Cartoon drawing 
of man, woman, small boy and young 
lady] © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1923 ; G 67987. 

Joseph (Herbert) St. Paul. 5298 

Chuckle pup. Drawing of figure of 
laughing pup. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1923; 
G 68502. 

Kehoe (John M.) Macdonaldton, Pa. 

5299 
Mummy case. Painting showing 
head and shoulders of mummy pro- 
jecting from top of case. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1923; G 68005. 

Kellogg co., Battle Creek, Mich. 

5300-5302 
Boy and dog. [Small boy seated at 
table eating cereal from bowl and 
looking down at dog by his side] 

Shirtwaist man ; by Clarence Un- 
derwood. [Drawing of man with coat 
on arm and hat in hand, wiping fore- 
head with handkerchief] 

Two children at breakfast; by 
Clarence Underwood. [Two children 
seated at table eating corn flakes] 

© 1 c. each Mar. 29, 1923; G 
68349-6S351. 

57686—23 2 99 



Kemper (Leonard J.) Chicago. 5303 
Egyptian character. [Model of fe- 
male figure with large headdress] © 
1 c. Apr. 2, 1923 ; G 68216. 

Kidder (Imogene) Portland, Or. 

5304, 5305 

Baby Betty. Model of half length 
figure of child holding bowl. © 1 c. 
May 7, 1923 ; G 68493. 

Meetoo Luckee. Model of papoose 
sitting by totem pole. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 
1923; G 68225. 

Kidder (Imogene) and Melton (Len- 
na) Portland, Or. 5306 

Lotus. Model of book-end in form 
of Chinese baby sitting with back 
against books. © 1 c. May 17, 1923; 
G 68532. 

Kirmse (Marguerite) New York. 

5307-5312 

Black and white. Drawing of white 
Highland terrier and black Scottish 
terrior looking into pool. 

End of a tale. Drawing of Scottish 
terrior puppy running after rat which 
is just disappearing in hole in wall. 

Greyhounds. Drawing of two Grey- 
hounds pulling on leashes, with three 
others in background. 

Music hath charms. Drawing of 
Scottie pup looking up at bird sing- 
ing on branch. 

No trespassing. Drawing of Aire- 
dale terrior on steps snarling at Sealy- 
ham terrior below. 

Royal Danes. Drawing of two black 
Great Danes standing on top of rocky 
hill. 

© 1 c. each Apr. 10, 1923 ; G 6S261- 
68266. 

Klubnick (Joseph George) New 
York. 5313 

Electric. Drawing of word, Electric, 
with moon in place of E, lamp for dot 
over I and dynamo on earth. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1923; G 67969. 

Krahmer (AdolphE.) St. Paul. 5314 
Western scene. Cowboys in act of 
branding steer which they have 
thrown, with herd of cattle in back- 
ground. © 1 c. May 14, 1923 ; G 68523. 

Kullander (Albert E.) Des Moines. 
la. 5315 

Greeley (Horace) meant Iowa. 
Drawing of outline map of United 
States with bust of Greeley pointing 
to si ate of Iowa. © 1 c. Apr. 21. 1923; 
G 68355. 



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5316 



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Lakin (John Alonzo) Portland, Or. 

5316 

Klansman. [Model of hooded figure] 
© 1 c. May 31, 1923 ; G 68590. 

LANKENAN (JOHN R.) CO., Boston. 

5317-5327 

Pattern. 410 ; by Yvonne Margaret 
Lambert. [Drawing of wreath with 
bow of ribbon on each side. © 1 c. 
Mar. 16, 1923; G 68048. 

, 411 ; by Yvonne Margaret 

Lambert. [Drawing of sprays of flow- 
ers and leaves] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923 ; 
G 68049. 

, 412 ; by Yvonne Margaret Lam- 
bert. [Drawing of two butterflies and 
garlands of flowers] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1923; G 68050. 

. 415 ; by Yvonne Margaret Lam- 
bert. [Drawing: of two butterflies 
over flowers] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; 
G 68051. 

, 416 ; by Yvonne Margaret Lam- 
bert. [Drawing of bunches of flowers 
above scallops] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923 : 
G 68052. 

. 417 ; by Yvonne Margaret Lam- 
bert. [Drawing of conventional clover 
leaves and circles above scallops] © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1923 ; G 68053. 

, 418 ; by Yvonne Margaret Lam- 
bert. [Drawing of basket full of flow- 
ers] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; G 68054. 

, 424 ; by Gvonne Margaret Lam- 
bert. [Drawing of butterfly on spray 
of flowers above scallops] © 1 c. Apr. 
23, 1923 ; G 68378. 

, 425 ; by Yvonne Margaret Lam- 
bert. [Drawing of flowers and circles 
above scallops] © 1 c. Apr. 23. 1923 : 
G 68376. 

, 426 ; by Yvonne Margaret Lam- 
bert. [Drawing of flower in scroll 
with spray of flowers on each side] © 
1 c. Apr. 23, 1923 ; G 68379. 

■ , 427 ; by Yvonne Margaret Lam- 
bert. [Drawing of morning-glory and 
small flowers above scallops] © 1 c. 
Apr. 23, 1923 ; G 68377. 

Laurence (Sydney) Anchorage, 
Alaska. 5328 

Monarch of the range. Painting 
showing rocky stream in foreground 
and Mt. McKinley in distance. © 1 c. 
Apr. 17, 1923 ; G 68318. 



Lee (Lucy Chaplin) Ridgewood, N. J. 

5329 
Chinese wedding procession ; by 
Lucy Kent. Design for cross-stitch 
showing two lines of Chinese march- 
ing. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1923; G 68192. 

Levy (Abraham Hoyt) Brooklyn. 

5330 

Egyptian frieze. Design of frieze 

showing various figures bearing gifts 

to Pharoah. © 1 c. Apr. IS. 1923 ; G 

68319. 

Lindnetjx (Robert) Denver. 

5331-5337 

Lake Mills in Rocky Mtn. Natl. 
Park, Col. View of lake with farther 
shore lit up by ray of sunlight. 

Lure of the prairie. Sagebrush flats 
east of Cody, Wy., with pack train in 
foreground. 

Night herder. Cowboy on roundup 
lighting cigarette while guarding herd 
of cattle in background at night. 

Pictorial lesson on careless camp- 
ing, 1. Mountain forest with small 
stream flowing down over rocks and 
camp-fire left burning at right. 

2. Forest fire raging and dark 

clouds of smoke filling forest. 

3. Desolate scene showing 

burned over forest with fallen trees 
and stumps scattered over rocks. 

Rolling a pill. Cowpuncher on 
roundup, rolling cigarette while care- 
lessly seated astride horse which is 
feeding, and herd of cattle in back- 
ground. 

© 1 c. each Apr. 10, 1923 ; G 68298- 
68304. 

Little (Mary) Los Angeles 5338 

Rubidoux (Mt.) and city gate of 
Riverside, Calif. [Girl with basket 
near arched gateway, and mountain 
in distance] © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; 
G 68336. 

Louthain (Benjamin H.) and Hon- 
eck (Stewart G.) Milwaukee. 

5339 
Tut-tut. [Model of figure of nude 
child wearing Egyptian headdress and 
belt] © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1923 ; G 68479. 

Lowe (E. F. K.) and Gaunce (O. C.) 
Mansfield, Tex. 5340 

I will help you so help me God. 
[Man in Ku-klux garb standing by 
horse and talking to woman and child] 
© 1 c. May 25, 1923 ; G 68573. 



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5374 



Lushbaugh (Harry N.) Cincinnati. 

5341, 5342 

Adora. Front view of girl in under- 
wear standing with shawl over out- 
stretched arms] 

Artist's model. [Left profile of girl 
seated on chair with left hand on 
knee] © 1 c. each Mar. 17, 1923; 
G 68057, 68058. 

McCall (George Henry) New York. 

5343 

Gimmie. Model of grotesque figure 

with head of bird seated, holding out 

right hand. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1923; 

G 68356. 

McCallum (G. H.) co., San Francisco. 

5344 
San Francisco, June 1923, greetings, 
by Benjamin Thackston Knight. Oval 
shaped design with tower in center, 
insignias at top, and poppies and in- 
scription at bottom. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1923 ; G 68091. 

McCraith (Irene) Alameda, Calif. 

5345 
Ash tray. Model in form of col- 
lapsed Chinese lantern with Chinese 
girl sitting on side thereof. © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1923 ; G 68171. 



McFarland 
Louis. 



(Charles 



Elwood) St. 
5346 

Lighthouse. [Model of stone tower 
with large electric bulb on top] © 
1 c. Mar. 7, 1923 ; G 67988. 

Macguire (Robert Reid) New York. 

5347, 5348 

Lasses; by Macrore. [Comic car- 
toon drawing of three negro men, two 
negro girls and Chinaman] © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1923 ; G 67968. 

Treasures. Egyptian excavators 
bringing out treasures, including large 
package of cigarettes. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1923 ; G 68102. 

McKee (George C.) Washington. 

5349 
Young Shriner. [Model of figure of 
boy in shrine costume] © 1 c. Apr. 
14, 1923 ; G 68291. 

McKenzie (Robert Tait) Philadel- 
phia. 5350, 5351 

Plunger. Model of stooping figure 
of nude man standing on pedestal. © 
1 c. Mar. 5, 1923 ; G 67964. 

Volunteer. Model of seated figure 
of Canadian officer. © 1 c. May 14, 
1923 ; G 68522. 



Mackenzie (Roderick D.) Mobile, 
Ala. 5352-5373 

Steel plant, 23. Drawing of con- 
verter and ladle carrying metal. 

24. Drawing of mixers and con- 
verters. 

25. Drawing of mixer taking 

metal. 

26. Drawing of making bottom, 

with open hearth. 

27. Drawing of charging ma- 
chine at work. 

■ 28. Drawing, tapping out, with 

open hearth. 

29. Drawing of pouring table, 

at night. 

30. Drawing showing men pour- 
ing steel in moulds, at night. 

■ 31. Drawing showing men 

cleaning up scraps, at night. 

32. Drawing of burning tar in 

ladles, at night. 

33. Drawing of hundred ton 

ladles at work, at night. 

34. Drawing ingot moulds, at 

night. 

35. Drawing of stripping 

moulds from ingots, at night. 

36. Drawing of blooming mill, 



Drawing of cooling towers, 



Drawing of bricklayers, at 



at night. 

37. 

at night. 

38. 

night. 

39. Drawing of charge opera- 
tor, at night. 

40. Drawing of first helper, 

open hearth furnace. 

41. Drawing showing metal 

being poured into open hearth fur- 
nace, at night. 

42. Drawing of artist, Roder- 
ick D. Mackenzie, at night. 

43. Drawing of fine type of 

furnace man, open hearth. 

44. Drawing of steel ingots 



cooling, at night. 

© 1 c. each Apr. 28, 1923 ; G 6S441- 
68462. 

McManus (Anna) Richmond, Ind. 

5374 
Autumn. [Brook with shedding 
birch trees on each hank] © 1 c. Mav 
31, 1923 ; G 6S598. 



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MacVicab (John) Los Angeles. 5375 
Wish goddess. Model of Egyptian 
mummy with wrappings removed from 
face. © 1 c. Apr. 24. 1923 ; G 68380. 

Malloy (Geoege J.) New York. 

5376-5393 
Book-end. 3. Model of hase support- 
ing circular backplate having open- 
work ornament at top and fawn in re- 
lief on front. © 1 c. Apr. 26. 1923 ; G 
68419. 

4. Model of base supporting cir- 
cular backplate having openwork or- 
nament at top and figure of bird in 
relief on front. © 1 c. Apr. 26. 1923 ; 
G 68420. 

— — 112. Model of base supporting 
circular backplate having openwork 
ornament at top and relief of mask in 
center. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1923 ; G 68418. 

113. Model of base supporting 

circular place having openwork orna- 
ment at top and decorated with figure 
of ship in relief. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1923 ; 
G 68417. 

Candlestick. Model having octago- 
nal base resting on four feet, decorated 
with dolphins and shells, and support- 
ing square spindle with plate and cup. 
© 1 c. Apr. 26, 1923 ; G 68429. 

Ceiling lantern. Model of octagonal- 
shaped lantern having ornamental 
panels alternately decorated with open- 
work designs. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1923; 
G 68425. 

Centerpiece. Model having octago- 
nal base resting on four feet, with dol- 
phins and shells around standard sup- 
porting plate and etched metal dish. 
© 1 c. Apr. 26, 1923 ; G 68428. 

Console table. Model with Spanish 
renaissance valance, shields, and five 
spindles on each side. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 
1923 ; G 68431. 

Indirect tochere. Model of lamp 
with marble base and handwrought 
conical foot supporting plate and tubu- 
lar spindle with openwork metal cup 
at top. © 1 c, Apr. 26, 1923 ; G 68423. 

Lantern. Drawing of lantern with 
side brackets of hand-wrought iron. © 
1 c. May 7, 1923 ; G 68499. 

Lantern-Tudor. Model of octagonal 
shaped lantern with English lead 
worked panels and mica background. 
© 1 c. Apr. 26, 1923 ; G 68427. 

Reading lamp. Model of lamp with 
bell-shaped etched metal shade and 
circular openwork base. © 1 c. Apr. 
26. 1923 : G 68422. 



155. Model of lamp with metal 

etched shade and openwork base rest- 
ing on four feet. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1923 ; 
G 68433. 

Torchere. Model of flour lamp with 
openwork circular base, etched tubing 
spindle, flower design in center and 
small circular collar and cup for candle 
at top. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1923 ; G 6S421. 

151. Model of floor lamp having 

openwork circular base and Spanish 
spindle with openwork collar and 
candle cup. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1923; G 
68432. 

Wall sconce, 1. Model of openwork 
design with two candle holders. © 1 c. 
Apr. 26. 1923; G 68424. 

2. Model of openwork design 

with two candle holders and beaten 
metal background. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 
1923; G 68426. 

Wall torchere. Model having open- 
work semi-circular top with five lights 
and ornamented spindle. © 1 c. Apr. 
26, 1923 ; G 68430. 

Manz (Gustav) New York. 5394 

Charm. [Model of oval-shaped me- 
dallion with inscription on obverse and 
beetle on reverse] © 1 c. May 4, 
1923; G 68481. 

Maekley (Hoeace) Allendale, N. J. 

Bluebird design. 1 ; by S. Martin 
Rotellini. Design of cover for box 
showing bird on bow of ribbon. 

2 ; by S. Martin Rotellini. Box 

cover decorated with bird on bunch of 
leaves and ribbon. 

© .1 c. each Mar. 20, 1923 ; G 68093, 
68094. 

Maekley (Hoeace) and Wales (Ste- 
phen) Allendale, N. J. 5397 
Egyptian mummy bottle. Design of 
bottle in form of mummy. © 1 c. Mar. 
29, 1923; G 68184. 

Maeshall (William Heney) Denver. 

5398 

Lantern. [Design of wall lantern 
with scroll frame] © 1 c. May 14, 
1923; G 68524. 
Martini (Haevey E) Brooklyn. 

5399, 5400 

Good luck horseshoe for the home. 
Drawing of inscription around horse- 
shoe encircling heart, anchor and star 
of Israel. 

2. Drawing of inscription 

around horseshoe encircling heart, 
anchor and cross. 

© 1 c. each May 14, 1923 ; G 68543, 
68544. 



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5421 



Maternity 

olis. 



hospital, inc., Minneap- 
5401 



Pin ; by Kirclmer & Renich. [De- 
sign of pin with cross surrounded by 
scroll bearing inscription] © 1 c. May 
11, 1923; G 68539. 

Mattei (Bellegrino) Louisville, Ky. 

5402, 5403 
Spark Plug, 1. Model of horse kneel- 
ing and supporting on his back a man 
holding lamp. 

2. [Model of horse wrapped in 

blanket] 

© 1 c. each Apr. 4, 1923 ; G 68222. 
68223. 

Mayer china co., Beaver Falls, Pa. 

5404 

Nassau pattern ; by William T. 

Johnson. Combination of conventional 

and floral design forming border. © 

1 c. Mar. 15, 1923 ; G 68034. 

Medallic art co., New York. 

5405-5411 
Baseball medal; by Julio Kilenyi. 
Bas-relief medal showing player hold- 
ing bat in upright position with first 
baseman and runner leaving base in 
background. 

Basket-ball medal ; by Julio Kilenyi. 
Model of medal with relief showing 
two basket-ball players in foreground 
of gymnasium and others with arms 
raised in background. 

Flower and garden medal ; by Julio 
Kilenyi. Model with relief showing 
flower garden with fountain in center, 
flower covered wall in rear and tree 
at each side on obverse, and decorative 
flower design on reverse. 

Football medal; by Julio Kilenyi. 
Bas-relief medal showing one player 
tackling another with ball in left arm. 

Runner's medal ; by Julio Kilenyi. 
Medal with relief of four runners in 
action, with laurel wreath entwined 
at sides and over top of oblong square 
tablet. 

Swimmer's medal ; by Julio Kilenyi. 
Bas-relief medal showing two swim- 
mers diving from pier into water. 

Tennis medal ; by Julio Kilenyi. 
Medal with relief of player in action 
with racket in upraised right hand 
ready to strike ball. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 23, 1923; G 68110- 
68116. 



Meissner & Buch, Leipzig. 5412-5414 

Sonnige ernteflur ; by W. Sehacht. 
Landscape showing peasants walking 
down path near two fruit trees in field 
of grain, with mountains in distance. 
© 1 c. Apr. 26, 1923 ; G 68412. 

Stille freude ; by O. Argyros. Young 
girl with striped shirt, seated in chair 
near half open window, with linen 
basket on floor and table in front of 
her. © 1 c. May 2, 1923 ; G 68513. 

Wiesenbachlein ; von Herm. Riidi- 
siihli. Landscape showing brook in 
right foreground, row of five large 
trees on left bank, cluster of trees and 
meadow in distance. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1923 ; G 68006. 

Melch ( Josephine Joan ) Minneapolis'. 

5415 
Flapper. Model of girl in flapper 
costume, poised on globe. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1923 ; G 67998. 

Meliodon (Jules A.) Lincoln Park, 
N. J. 541$ 

To our boys' immortal gallantry. 
Model of group showing American boy 
with flag in hand, stopping female 
figure giving wreaths to victors, and 
child in foreground looking on. © 1 
c. May 29, 1923 ; G 68588. 

Melton & Kidder, Portland, Or. 5417 
Tiny Tut Tutankamen. Model of 
Egyptian baby seated with incense 
burner in front of her. © 1 c. Mar. 
16, 1923 ; G 68055. 

Melvill (Antonie) Los Angeles. 

5418 
Wine, women and song. Man 
seated with wine glass in hand, an- 
other playing guitar and woman 
standing. © 1 c. May 7, 1923; G 
68495. 

Mena (Joseph R.) Washington. 5419 
Call me Henry. [Model of figure of 
man in Shrine costume, laughing] © 
1 c. Apr. 21, 1923 ; G 6S354. 

Meyers (Chas. E.) St. Louis. 

5420, 5421 

Electric art pedestal lamp ; by Gene 

Berni. Model of lamp with claw feci 

and street lamp globe. © 1 c. Apr. 

23, 1923; G 68359. 

Tingue (La) [Model of electric 
pedestal in form of figure of woman 
holding torch on shoulder] © 1 c. 
Apr. 19. 1923; G 68323. 



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Miccolis (Feank) New York. 5422 
Tut (King) [Model of Egyptian 
figure with elaborate headdress, stand- 
ing] © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923 ; G 68179. 

MlLTENBEEGEE (EUGENE F. ) New York. 

5423 
Gray goose. Model of goose in 
flight, for stop light of automobile. © 
1 c. May 25, 1923 ; G 68572. 

Miniatuee mission co., San Fran- 
cisco. 5424-5432 

Carmel mission ; by A. E. Rempp. 
Model of old mission with small tower 
at each side. 

Juan Capistrano mission; by A. E. 
Rempp. Model of old mission with 
dome-like top, on base. 

Los Angeles mission; by A. E. 
Rempp. Model of old mission consist- 
ing of double building on base. 

San Antonio de Padua mission; by 
A. E. Rempp. Model of old mission 
with long low extension at left, on 
hase. 

San Fernando mission ; by A. E. 
Rempp. Model of old building with 
row of arches on side, on base. 

San Gabriel mission; by A. E. 
Rempp. Model of old mission on base 
showing side view. 

San Luis Rey de Francia mission; 
by A. E. Rempp. Model of old mission 
with tower on base. 

San Raphael mission; by A. E. 
Rempp. Model of old mission on base 
showing side and front view. 

Santa Inez mission; by A. E. 
Rempp. Model of old mission con- 
sisting of high and low building on 
base decorated with garden in relief. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 5, 1923 ; G 67953- 
67961. 

Modeen Tuscany aet co., Philadel- 
phia. 5433 
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel; by Ed- 
ward J. Van Landeghen. [Statue of 
Madonna standing with infant on left 
arm] © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1922 ; G 66439. 

Moealian (Aesen Megedeh) New 
York. 5434 

Alice, on Ne-Alson square. Draw- 
ing of monument surmounted by flag 
and eagle, with sculptured group of 
soldier, sailor, female figure, Father 
Time around base. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1923; G 67941. 



Moese (Maegueeite) Boston. 5435 

Wave. Model of group of four leap- 
ing horses emerging from wave, with 
large shell in background. © 1 c. May 
28, 1923 ; G 68585. 

Moses (Jane Shaep) Arkansas City, 

Kan. 5436 

Faith. Model of figure of old lady 

standing with crutch under one arm. 

© 1 c. Apr. 30, 1923 ; G 68347. 

Mott (Lauea Amelia Cheistina) 
London. 5437 

Eddy (Mary Baker) memorial. 
[Landscape showing monument, in 
form of circular colonade, on bank of 
lake, partly surrounded by shrubbery] 
© 1 c. May 1, 1923 ; G 68474. 

Muldoon (David Ivan) Louisville, 
Ky. 5438, 5439 

Broke again. Model of horse with 
blanket on standing with head above 
small man seated. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 
1923; G 68227. 

Spark Plug. Model of horse with 
blanket on. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1923 ; G. 
68289. 

Mtjller (OlgaPopoff) Flushing, N. Y. 

5440 
Greecian candlestick. Model of 
candlestick in form of little girl bear- 
ing receptacle for candle on head. © 
1 c. May 10, 1923 ; G 68584. 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co., Red Oak, la. 

5441-5454 
Daylight, Monterey; by Nels 
Hagerup. [Marine view showing sec- 
tion of rocky seacoast with small 
clump of trees at left and large rock 
among breakers] 

Fore! tah it frae me, one would be 
a plenty; by Robert Dickey. [Small 
dog with bow of ribbon around neck, 
running] 

Gee! I hope this ice-cream wiil 
melt; by Robert Dickey. [Small dog 
sitting erect with hot water bottle 
against his stomach and empty dish at 
his feet] 

Gjoa: by Nels Hagerup. [Marine 
scene showing small sail-boat on rough 
sea passing between two icebergs] 

Guardian ; by Elmer Lewis. [Lion 
on rock looking over river while lioness 
and two cubs drink water below] 

Have a heart ; by Robert Dickey. 
[One puppy suckling baby's milk bottle 
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5471 



How did you get that way; by 
Robert Dickey. [Puppy looking at 
baby chick standing by egg-shell] 

I am saddest when I sing; by 
Robert Dickey. [Dog sitting by wall 
howling while bottles and cans fall 
around him] 

I'm off with cigarettes for life ; by 
Robert ^Dickey. [Small dog sitting by 
half-filled box of cigarettes with sev- 
eral cigarette stumps at his feet] 

Scott (Sir Walter) vis'ting his 
gamekeeper, Tom Purdie ; by H. J. 
Dobson. [Elderly man entering door- 
way of room where husband, wife and 
child are seated at dinner table] 

Silvery day, Del Mar; by Nels 
Hagerup. [View of bay reflecting 
light of rising sun, with cluster of 
rocks in foreground] 

Sunset near Astoria ; by Nels 
Hagerup. [View of section of sea with 
surf breaking over two rocks in fore- 
ground] 

Surging seas; by Nels Hagerup. 
[View of section of sea with surf 
breaking over rocks in foreground] 

Vow ! I'm going away on a honey- 
moon ; by Robert Dickey. [ Small dog 
in hand-bag with head projecting out 
of top] 

© 1 c. each Mar. 7, 1923 ; G 67973- 
67986. 

Myers (Anita P.) Oakland, Calif. 

5455 
Rose panel. Relief panel showing 
rose bud on stem with leaves. © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1923 ; G 67966. 

Myers (Mrs. C. W.) Portland, Or. 

5456 
Kiddy Kuddles. [Drawing of 
winged figures with long ears] © 1 c. 
Mar. 20, 1923 ; G 68083. 

Ne Page-McKenny co., Seattle. 5457 
Electric fixture ceiling fan. [De- 
sign showing fan surrounded by deco- 
rative circlel © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923 ; G 

67963. 

Neurert (Max P.) New York. 545S 
Drawing for embroidery. 7557. 
[Drawing of leaves in groups of four 
on conventional background] © 1 c. 
May 15, 1923 ; G 68531. 

Newman (J. F.) inc., New York. 

5459-5466 
Chickering one hundredth anniver- 
sary tablet; by Julio Kilenyi. [Bas- 
relief tablet showing girl playing 
grand piano while draped figure draws 



back curtain revealing bust of man in 
background] © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; 
G 68119. 

Coue medallion, 1 ; by Warren Piper. 
Oval shaped medallion with fleur-de- 
lis and star surrounded by inscription. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; G 68094. 

2 ; by Warren Piper. Heart- 
shaped medallion with fleur-de-lis sur- 
rounded by inscription. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1923 ; G 68095. 

3 ; by Warren Piper. Square- 
shaped medallion with fleur-de-lis sur- 
rounded by inscription. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1923 ; G 68096. 

Coue silver ring ; by Warren Piper. 
Design of ring decorated with fleur- 
de-lis and inscription. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1923 ; G 68033. 

Gold key charm, Fordham law 
school, 1923; by J. T. Riley. Design 
of key with raised seal and word, Lex 
1923. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1923 ; G 68105. 

Phi pi phi coat of arms ; by Geo. E. 
Corbett. [Drawing of sword and 
scales on shield with Greek letters 
above] © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1923 ; G 68277. 

Phi pi phi fraternity badge ; by Geo. 
E. Corbett. [Drawing of monogram 
of three Greek letters] © 1 c. Apr. 
12, 1923 ; G 68278. 

Nissen (Peter Norman) Westerham, 
England. 5467 

Fairyland. [Sculptured figure of 
little girl seated in upholstered chair 
reading book] © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1923 ; 
G 68411. 

Nyal co., Detroit, Mich. 5468 

Ci-Mi. [Drawing of head of young 
woman partly hiding face behind mir- 
ror held in left hand while holding 
powder box in right hand] © 1 c. 
Apr. 25, 1923 ; G 68398. 

Ober (Katharine H.) New York. 

5469. 5470 

Book-end. Model with relief of 
acanthus leaves around square and 
peacock heads below. 

Table fountain. Model of oblong 
bowl with frogs at corners and figure 
of little girl standing on stone in cen- 
ter. 

© 1 c. each Apr. 26. 1923 : G 68415. 
68416. 

O'Donovan (Mrs. W. R.) New York. 

5471 

Homer (Winslow) : by William R, 

O'Donovan. [Model of bust of man 

with mustache] © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1923; 

G 68243, 



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Onderdoxk (Gertrude S.) San An- 
tonio, Tex. 5472 
Dawn in the hills. Painting show- 
ing high grass, flowers and trees in 
foreground and light breaking 
through clouds above hills in distance. 
© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1923 ; G 68334. 

Onondaga pottery co., Svracuse, N. Y. 

5473-5475 
Alora ; by Hanley Henoch. [Con- 
ventional border design showing pots 
of flowers between decorated oblong 
panels] 

Carmelita ; by Hanley Henoch. 
Floral border design. 

Mandarin ; by A. J. Koch. Floral 
design with sprays around border, and 
pot of flowers in center. 

© 1 c. each May 3, 1923 ; G 68489- 
68491. 

Osborne co., Newark, N. J. 5476-5488 

Cow; by L. G. Woolfenden. Little 
girl standing on tree-stump near fence 
on opposite side of which is head of 
cow. 

Evening by the sea ; by E. Lama- 
sure. Landscape showing road lead- 
ing to little house in background near 

which is sailboat. 

Good play: by L. G. Woolfenden. 
Two little girls and boy playing with 
bedroom chairs which they have ar- 
ranged to represent ship. 

Hay-loft; by L. G. Woolfenden. 
Two little girls and little boy sitting 
on hay in loft. 

Lamplighter ; by L. G. Woolfenden. 
Little girl leaning against chair near 
window, watching man lighting street 
lamp. 

Marching song; by L. G. Woolfen- 
den. Four children with horn, comb, 
drum and flag marching down garden 
path. 

My shadow : by L. G. Woolfenden. 
Little girl with doll in arms looking 
back at her shadow on garden wall. 

Rain; by L. G. Woolfenden. Three 
children under umbrella seated on 
stone bench in corner of garden. 

Singing organ man ; by L. G. Wool- 
fenden. Little girl seated and stand- 
ing at window, watching man playing 
hand-organ. 

Swing ; by L. G. Woolfenden. Little 
girl with bare feet swinging in garden 
near stone wall. 



Thought ; by L. G. Woolfenden. 
Two little children with hands folded 
and heads bowed, saying grace at table 
near window. 

When I was down beside the sea; 
by L. G. Woolfenden. Little girl with 
curls, pail and shovel playing on beach. 

Wind ; by L. G. Woolfenden. Little 
girl on hilltop holding her hair while 
birds fly above her head. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 15, 1923 ; G 68035- 
68047. 

Paddock (Louise Heberd) Richmond 
Hill, N. Y. 5489-5491 

Book-end. Model with relief of 
child reading open book. 

Inkwell in bronze. Model of figure 
of child standing on rim of square ink- 
well. 

Two children. Model of dish with 
figures of two children standing on 
rim. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 29, 1923 ; G 68180- 
68182. 

Paladini (A.) Washington. 

5492, 5493 
Shriner book-end. 1. Model with 
Shriner's insignia in relief on front 
and Spinx head at top. 

2. Model of book-end with 

Shriner's insignia in relief on front. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1923 ; G 68079. 

Pal.adini (A.) and Fredsall (R. W.) 
Washington. 5494, 5495 

Shriner's insignia. Model showing 
two tiger's teeth curved about star, 
and joined at top by band with Egyp- 
tian face thereon and simitar above. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1923 ; G 68077, 

Shriner's shield. Model showing 
Shriner's insignia in relief on shield. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1923; G 6S078. 

Pearl automat embroidery co., inc., 
West New York, N. J. 5496 

Drawing for embroidery, 2056 ; by 
Max Fromm. [Drawing of pointed 
figure in octagonal frame surrounded 
by conventional figures] © 1 c. May 
10, 1923 ; G 68505. 

Perkins (Estelle Mary) Freeport, 
111. 5497 

Humpty Dumpty people. Model of 
paper figures with Easter eggs for 
heads. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1921 ; G 64301. 



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5529 



Petersen (John E.) New York. 

5498 
Radio glory- Model of morning- 
glory flower with rear ending in form 
of cup. supported by base. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1923 ; G 6S330. 

Poole silver co., Taunton, Mass. 

5499-5510 

Fishermen ; by Colin D. Barrett. 

[Drawing of two Chinamen in small 

boat, fishing] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1923; 

G 68211. 

Going to market ; by Colin D. Bar- 
rett. [Drawing of Chinaman carry- 
ing basket on each end of pole bal- 
anced on shoulders] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1923; G 68212. 

Life in the Orient ; by Colin D. Bar- 
rett. [Str p drawing showing series of 
oriental scenes with water and moun- 
tains in background] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1923 ; G 68215. 

Making port; by Colin D. Barrett. 
[Drawing of small square-sail boat 
approaching shore] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1923 ; G 68206. 

Mandarin ; by Colin D. Barrett. 
[Drawing of Chinaman kneeling before 
Ch nese official with umbrella standing 
on bank of lake] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1923 ; 
G 68207. 

Mandarin panel; by Colin D. Bar- 
rett. [Drawing of conventional group- 
ing of columns and scrollwork] © 
1 c. Apr. 9, 1923 ; G 68260. 

Mother and child; by Colin D. Bar- 
rett. [Drawing of Chinese woman 
and child standing near tree] © 1 
c. Apr. 2, 1923; G 68214. 

Old bridge ; by Colin D. Barrett. 
[Drawing of Chinaman standing at 
end of small foot-bridge over stream] 
© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1923 ; G 68213. 

Playmates ; by Colin D. Barrett. 
[Drawing of Chinaman seated on bank 
of lake with dog near him] © 1 c. 
Apr. 2, 1923; G 68205. 

Storks at sunrise ; by Colin D. Bar- 
rett. [Drawing of two storks wading 
along edge of lake as sun rises above 
mountain peaks] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1923 ; 
G 68208. 

Summer sea ; by Colin D. Barrett. 
[Drawing of small pavillion on bank 
of lake and Chinese sail-boat in back- 
ground] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1923 ; G 68209. 

Swan scene ; by Colin D. Barrett. 
[Drawing of Chinese woman watching 
child feed swans] © 1 c. June 2, 1923 ; 
G 68210. 



Purity baking co., El Paso, Tex. 

5511 
Lives up to its name ; by Western 
lithograph co. [Drawing of baker 
holding plate in right hand and piece 
of bread in left] © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1923 ; 
G 68500. 

Randolph (Roy Hurlburt) Portland, 

Or. 5512 

Emblem. [Drawing of man in Ku 

Mux garb standing by cross and U. S. 

flag] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1923 ; G 68205. 

Rea (Louis E.) San Francisco. 

5513-5529 
Canon off Frank Valley, Calif. 
[View showing cluster of trees in val- 
ley in foreground and hills rising on 
each side and background] © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1923; G 68070. 

Diablo (Mt.) from near Round Top 
Peak, Calif. [Clumps of trees on left 
slope of hill in foreground and barren 
mountain in distance] © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1923 ; G 68309. 

Hills east of San Geronimo, Calif. 
[Cluster of trees and shrubbery on 
slope of hill in left foreground, barren 
hills in center and background and 
forest at right] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1923 ; 
G 68268. 

Hills north of Nicasio Canon, Calif. 
[Clusters of trees and shrubbery on 
right slope of hill in foreground and 
barren hills in background] © 1 c. 
Apr. 15, 1923 ; G 68337. 

Just off Mazanita, Calif. [Stream 
through valley in foreground; cluster 
of trees on slope of hill at left and 
barren hills in background] © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1923; G 68271. 

Loma Alta, Calif. [Small clumps of 
trees on slope of hill in foreground 
and barren mountain in background] 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1923 ; G 8273. 

Loma Alta, early morning, Calif. 
[View showing clusters of small trees 
on slope of hill in foreground, and 
barren hills in background] © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1923 ; G 6S069. 

Looking north over Lucas Valley, 
Calif. [Clump of trees on slope of hill 
in foreground, valley beyond them and 
barren hills in distance] © 1 c. Apr. 
16, 1923 ; G 6S339. 

Looking north over Nicasio Canon, 
Calif. [Trees and shrubbery scattered 
over hill at left sloping down to ravine, 
with barren hills beyond] © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1923 ; G 68272. 



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Rea (Louis E.) — Continued. 

Looking over Frank Valley, Calif. 
[Clusters trees and grass on slope of 
hill in foreground and barren moun- 
tains in background] © 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1923; G 68467. 

Looking over Lucas Valley, Calif. 
[View across valley showing shrubbery 
on hillside in foreground and barren 
hills in background] © 1. c. Mar. 19, 
1923 ; G 68068. 

On the leeward side of Lagunitas 
Ridge, Calif. [Slope of hill at left 
covered with trees and shrubbery, 
and barren hills in background] © 1 
c. Apr. 16, 1923 ; G 68338. 

Round Top Peake, Calif. [Shrub- 
bery on slope of hill in foreground and 
barren hill in background] © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1923 ; G 68269. 

Tamalpais (Mt.) from ridge near 
Larkspur, Calif. [Clump of trees on 
slope of hill in foreground and moun- 
tain in distance] © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923 ; 
G 68071. 

Tamalpais (Mt.) Old Baldy and a 
bit of Sleepy Hollow, Calif. [View of 
valley partly covered with clusters of 
trees in foreground and barren hills 
in background] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1923 ; 
G 68270. 

Whites Hill, from head of Yolanda 
Valley, Calif. [Cluster of trees on 
slope of hill in right foreground, bar- 
ren hills in distance] © 1 c. Mar. 
19, 1923; G 68072. 

Wreck of the Lyman Stewart at 
Land's End. [Marine view showing 
steamship foundered near large rock 
and waves dashing over it] © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1923 ; G 67995. 

Reen (Rita) New York. 5530 

Art centre. [Drawing of small cir- 
cle surrounded by larger circles bear- 
ing inscriptions] © 1 c. Nov. 30, 
1921 ; G 64177. 

Rehbeegek (Alfred C.) Chicago. 

5531 
Doughboy. Model of figure of sol- 
dier with helmet and gun in half 
lounging position near tree-stump. © 
1 c. Mar. 12, 1923 ; G 68023. 

Reynolds (Lester) Los Angeles. 

5532 

Barney and Sparky. Bas-relief 

plaque showing man trying to lead 

horse. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1923; G 

68082. 



Rhodehamel (Henry Clifford) 

Cleveland 5533 

One line profile drawing. [Circular 

drawing showing right profile bust of 

man] © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1923 ; G 68529. 

Robertson (H. H.) co. Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 5534 

Steel asphalt asbestos heavy water- 
proofing envelope; by Roy Parmalee. 
[Drawing showing man holding sheet 
of roofing] © 1 c. May 16, 1923; 
G 68530. 

Robinson (Helen Avery) New York. 

5535 

Preening. Model of bird standing 

on one foot with head under wing 

which is spread downward. © 1 c. 

May 24, 1923 ; G 68561. 

Roller (Leslie G.) Amea, la. 5536 
Campanile of Iowa state college. 
[Model of tall square clock-tower with 
pointed top] © 1 c. May 19, 1923; 
G 68542. 

Roman art co., inc., St. Louis 5537 
Lamp ; by P. Borghesi. Model of 
lamp with hexagon glass shade and 
figure of lady in colonial dress and 
bonnet, leaning against lamp-post 
while tying her slipper bow. © 1 c. 
May 18, 1923 ; G 68538. 

Ruehty (Jose Max) Orange, N. J. 

5538 
Erin's resurrection. Irish girl 

seated on rock at seashore playing 
harp, with sea and Giant's Causeway 
in background. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1923 ; 
G 68007. 

Rugby (H. J.) and James (Paul L.) 
Brooklyn. 5539 

Youth; by Joseph Nicolosi. [Model 
of figure of nude girl standing on one 
foot while holding a scarf above head] 
© 1 c. May 10, 1923 ; G 68506. 

Samis (Robert E.) Kansas City, Mo. 

5540 
Bird foot race in burlesque. [Draw- 
ing of small bird on cart drawn by 
large bird] © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1923; G 
68381. 

Sanford (C.) Okmulgee, Okl. 5541 

Ezra Hawkins. [Statuette of comic 

man standing with jug under right 

arm] © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1923 ; G 68099. 

Schlap (Theodore) Chicago. 5542 
Station of the cross, 3. Design 
showing scene of Jesus falling beneath 
cross, in frame electrically lighted. 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923 ; G 67996. 



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5570 



Seeea (Miguel) Chicago. 5543 

Roll. Drawing of man seated upon 
stool painting on large roll. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1923 ; G 68104. 

Shelby shoe co., Portsmouth, O. 

5544 
Oxfords ; by Warren Baumgartner. 
Drawing of balloon, pair of Oxfords 
and s>roup of people looking at aero- 
plane. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; G 68098. 

Shepherd (J. Clinton) New York. 

5545, 5546 

Maverick. Model of cowboy on 
pony roping calf. 

Police dog book-ends. [Model of 
dog sitting on its haunches] © 1 c. 
each Apr. 9, 1923 ; G 68257, 68258. 

Shirley (Charles S.) Huntington, 
W. Va. 5547 

United mine workers of America 
emblem. [Painting showing miners' 
tools around photo frame below scroll, 
and mule drawing coal car above] © 
1 c. May 11, 1923 ; G 68305. 

Shirley studios, Chicago. 5548, 5549 
Girl on rock ; by G. Sassi. Model 

of figure of girl sitting on rock before 

spring. 

Man on rock; by G. Sassi. Model 

of figure of man sitting on rock before 

spring. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 9, 1923; G 68124, 
68125. 

Smart (Edmund Hodgson) Cleveland. 

5550 
[Foch (Marshal). Left three-quar- 
ter view of marshal standing with 
right hand on hip and left resting on 
cane. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1923; G 67999. 

Smith (F. E.)& co., Chicago. 

5551, 5552 

Conventionalized basket design ; by 
Mary A. Brock. [Oblong design with 
basket of flowers and bow of ribbon 
at each corner] 

Conventionalized wreath design ; by 
Mary A. Brock. [Oblong design with 
wreath of flowers in each corner] 

© 1 c. each Apr. 11, 1923 ; G 68413, 
68414. 

Smith (Geneva Elizabeth) Cincin- 
nati. 555:> 
Boole-end. Model in form of pyra- 
mid with relief of face of Egyptian 
princess on front. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1923 ; G 6S084. 



Smith (Shea) & co., Chicago. 5554 
Desk ; by Newell G. Woods. [Draw- 
ing of sanitary flat top desk] © 1 c. 
May 24, 1923 ; G 68567. 

Squibb (E. R.) & sons, New York. 

5555 
Baby in bath-tub ; by Frances Tip- 
ton Hunter. [Painting showing baby 
seated in tub with both hands up, 
smiling] © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1923; G 
68259. 

Stehli bros., Zurich, Switzerland. 

5556-5570 
Aux bords le l'Eure; by A. Rigolot. 
[Landscape showing scattering trees 
on banks of river, with bridge in dis- 
tance] 

Bird study, A ; by C. Klein. [Three 
birds flying over stream] 

B ; by C. Klein. [Two birds 

perched on twigs by nest] 

C ; by C. Klein. [Birds on tree 

branch over stream] 

D ; by C. Klein. [Three birds 

perched on branch with blossoms] 

Colline (La) ; by Rene Ligeron. 
[Landscape showing two clumps of 
trees on small hill at right s'de of 
country road, and field in distance] 

Dog study, 1 ; by Arthur Wardle. 
Head of Collie dog. 

2 ; by Arthur Wardle. Head of 

Alsatian wolf dog. 

Go and preach the gospel ; by E. 
Burnand. [Jesus standing with left 
hand on shoulder of man and right 
pointing in distance] 

Parrot, A; by C. Klein. [Parrot 
perched on tree branch looking down 
at bee on blossom] 

B; by C. Klein. [Parrot 

perched on twig among flowers] 

Peace at eve ; by Ernest Walbourn. 
[Landscape showing three small trees 
and shrubbery on left bank of river] 

Saison doree ; by Rene Ligeron. 
[Landscape showing cluster of leafy 
trees, with small stream in buck- 
ground] 

Soir d' automne : by A. Rigolot. 
[Perspective of river with trees and 
shrubbery on each bank] 

Woodland stream ; by Ernest Wal- 
bourn. [Perspective of small stream 
rippling over rocks in woods] 

© 1 c. each Mar. 28, 1923 ; G 68156- 
68170. 



109 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTREES 



5571 



pt. iv. n. s.. v. 18 



Stevens eimbeoideey works. West Ho- 
boken, N. J. 5571, 5572 

Design for embroidery. 1050 ; by 
Otto Schulze. Squares surrounded by 
rows, open and spanned by single or 
double lines. 

. 1051; by Orto Schulze. All 

openwork with single thread spanned 
over it. 

© 1 c. each May 15. 1923 : G 6S551. 
6S552. 

Stoddard (Henby Lee i Little Rock. 
Ark. 5573 

Great American monad. Design 
showing on obverse, thirty-six half 
circles within outside vallum, and on 
reverse, segments of circles combining 
to make complex combinations. © 1 
c. Apr. 12. 1923 : G 6S2S0. 

Stones (Winiebed Sackvelle'i Xew 
York. 5574 

Joyize [Model of grotesque figure 

with large head and feet] © 1 c Mar. 

29. 1923; G 6S242. 

Stratjb (V. Y.t Washington. 5575 

Smiling Shriner : by Joseph R. Mena. 

[M lei of grotesque figure in shrine 

une. with large head, smiling] 

© 1 c. May 19. 1923 : G 68541. 

ud i Cl aea i Brooklyn, 5575-5581 

Hare and the tortoise. [Design 
showing tortoise passing by hare 
;p under tree] 

Nantucket night. [Aerial view 
showing housetops with ships on sea 
in background] 

Orange bird. [Design of cut-out 
bird with large tuft of feathers on 
head] 

Red house. [Design showing arched 
entrance with pine tree on each side] 

White bird. [Design showing right 
profile of cut-out bird with large eyes] 

Yellow bird. [Design of cut-out bird 
with long bill] 

© 1 c. each Apr. 2. 1923: G 63197- 
68202. 

Studebus beos.. ixc. New York. 

5582-5609 

Drawing for embroidery. 11210 ; by 

Henry D. Menzer. [Drawing of bars 

and crosses with circles and irregular 

figures between] © 1 c. Mar. 24. 1923 : 

3345. 

11673: by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Drawing of scroll with triangles and 
ovals on each side] © 1 c. Mar. 24. 
1923 : G 6S344. 



11674: by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Design showing bars, triangles, scal- 
nd conventional figures of cats. 
© 1 c. Apr. 26. 1923 ; G 68409. 

11675 : by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Drawing of all over design of scrolls 
and conventional rhwers] © 1 c. 
Apr. 7. 1923 : G 63252. 

11686; by Henry D. Menzer. 

[All over design of scrolls, diamonds. 
triangles and arrow heads] © 1 c. 
Apr. 2. 1923: G 6S343. 

11695: by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Drawing of five bars of conventional 
figures] <g> 1 c. Apr. 7. 1923 : G 6S247. 

11697 : by Henry D. Menzer. 

[All over design for scallops, dia- 
monds, and triangles] © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1923 : G 68310. 

11703 : by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Drawing of diamond-shaped figures 
between bars] © 1 c. Apr. 7. 1923 : G 
6S246. 

11704 : by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Design showing bars, scrolls, tri- 
angles and conventional figures of 
dogs] © 1 c. Apr. 26. 1923 ; G 68401. 

11712 : by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Conventional design of leaves and 
scrolls] © 1 c. Apr. 2. 1923 : 63432. 

11716: by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Drawing of interlocking scrolls be- 
tween scallops with diamonds above] 
© 1 c. Apr. 2. 1923 : G 68340. 

1172':> : by Henry D. Menzer. 

[All over design of leaves and scrolls] 
© 1 c. Apr. 17. 1923 : G 63312. 

11729: by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Drawing of leaves on conventional 
on " Sic. Anr. 2. 1923: G 
6S341. 

11731 : by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Drawing of rows of circles and tri- 
angles between bars] © 1 c. Apr. 7. 
G 6S249. 

11732 : by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Drawing of diamond-shaped figures 
in center with bars above and below] 
© 1 c. Aug. 7. 1923 : G 6825a 

11733: by Henry D. Menzer. 

wing of conventional figures be- 
tween bars] © 1 c. Apr. 7. 1923: G 
6S251. 

11734: by Henry D. Menzer. 

I Lwing of circles and angular fig- 
ures between bars] © 1 c. Apr. 7. 
1923: G 63243. 

■ 11735 : by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Drawing of groups of three arrow- 
heads between bars and scrolls] © 
1 c. Apr. 7, 1923 ; G 6S244. 



110 



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no. 2, 1923 



5626 



11736; by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Drawing of two bars of conventional 
figures] © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1923 ; G 68245. 

11738 ; by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Drawing of flowers on bars with 

scrolls above] © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1923 ; G 

68217. 

11748 ; by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Conventional design of birds and 
vines] © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1923 ; G 68329. 

11753 ; by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Rows of triangles and diamonds be- 
tween bars decorated with ovals] © 
1 c. Apr. 16, 1923 ; G 68311. 

11757; by Henry D. Menzer. 

[All over design of diamonds and 
scrolls] © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1923; G 

68327. 

11758 ; by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Diamonds, triangles and scallops be- 
tween bars decorated with ovals] © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1923 ; G 68328. 

11760 ; by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Drawing of bars of scallops and dia- 
monds alternating with bars of ovals 
and diamonds] © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1923; 
G 68393. 

11762; by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Oblong irregular figures with dia- 
monds in center] © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1923; G 68434. 

11768; by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Two bars of scrolls above double 
crown and scroll] © 1 c. May 7, 
1923; G 68492. 

11770; by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Scrolls above conventional flower and 
scroll border] © 1 c. May 9, 1923 ; G 
68501. 

Superior advertising co., Los Angeles. 

5610, 5611 

King Tut dancer ; by Alice H. Bone. 

Des'gn showing full length figure of 

dancing girl, with male figure seated 

in background playing instrument. 

Lady Fair; by Alice H. Bone. De- 
sign showing bust of female figure 
with fancy headdress. 

© 1 c. each May 1, 1923 ; G 68470- 
68471. 

Swift and co., Chicago. 5612 

Quaker housewife's meat deliverv 
in 1650; by Frank Hoffman. [Man 
on horseback and two men a foot driv- 
ing three cows through village] © 
1 c. Apr. 16, 1923 ; G 68465. 



Taylor (Helene Louise) Brooklyn. 

5613 

Egyptian art design ; by George A. 

McClellan. [Circular design with 

border of Egyptian figures and double 

wings] © 1 c. May 23, 1923 ; G 68560. 



Tharkildsen 
Angeles. 



(Henry W.) 



Los 
5614 

Lucky Tut. Statuette of mummy 
in case. © 1 c. June 2, 1923 ; G 68203. 



Todhunter ( Arthur ) New York. 

5615-5626 
Boy and butterfly; by Edward C. 
Tiffin. [Design showing boy with net 
trying to catch butterfly on flower] 

Bronco buster ; by Edward C. Tiffin. 
[Design showing cowboy riding buck- 
ing horse] 

Dutch girl; by Edward C. Tiffin. 
[Design showing Dutch girl with 
basket on each arm standing near two 
geese] 

Fore ; by Edward C. Tiffin. [Design 
showing man playing golf, with caddie 
standing near] 

Mother Goose; by Edward C. Tod- 
hunter. [Design showing old woman 
with pointed hat seated on back of 
goose] 

Old Peg Leg; by Edward C. Tiffin. 
[Design showing figure of man with 
wooden leg looking through telescope] 

Polo players; by Edward C. Tiffin. 
[Design showing two men on horse- 
back about to strike ball] 

Rip Van Winkle; by Edward C. 
Tiffin. [Design showing man with 
gun in hand and dog at feet, standing 
under tree, looking down at two 
dwarfs] 

Santa Maria; by Edward C. Tiffin. 
[Design showing ship of 17th century 
under full sail] 

Seagulls; by Edward C. Todhunter. 
[Design showing three seagulls in 
flight] 

Sing a song o' sixpence ; by Edward 
C. Tiffin. [Design showing bird pluck- 
ing nose of woman while hanging 
clothes on line] 

Witch; by Edward C. Tiffin. [De- 
sign showing old woman with broom 
at one end of pole and hat at other 
end] 

© 1 c. each Apr. 23, 1923; G 68362- 
68373. 



Ill 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



562' 



pt. iv, n. s„ v. 18 



TJtaed (Genevieve Antoinette) New 
York. 5627 

Three children holding arch. Model 
of group of three children holding 
above their heads an arch with pedes- 
tals thereon, ©lc. Feb. 27, 1923 ; G 
67997. 

Valentine (A. A.) & co., inc.. New 
York. 5628, 5629 

Buddha, god of incense ; by George 
Sharsrnith. [Model of oriental figure 
seated with left hand, on breast and 
r ght on edge of bowl] 

Krishna, god of perfumes ; by George 
Sharsrnith. [Model of oriental figure 
seated among flowers with elaborate 
head-dress and urn of perfume sus- 
pended from neck] 

© 1 c. each Mar. 28, 1923 ; G 68172, 
68173. 

Valley City milling co., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 5630,5631 

Parrot design lily white flour ; by 
Willy G. Sesser. [Drawing of parrot 
above inscription] 

Parrot design roller champion ; by 
Willy G. Sesser. [Drawing of parrot 
above inscription] 

© 1 c. each Apr. 11, 1923 ; G 68331, 
68332. 

Vebeeeoth (C. H.) Chicago. 5632 

Egyptian pattern ; by Robert Kerr. 
[Circular design having border deco- 
rated with scarab above bunches of 
lo^us flowers, and urn with spray of 
flowers on each side.] © 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1923 ; G 68287. 

Von Frankenberg (Arthur) New 
York. 5633 

Girl candlestick. Model of figure 
of girl rising out of drapery, with 
head thrown back and arms out- 
stretched, holding receptacle for 
candle. © 1 c. May 28, 1923 ; G 68586. 

VON SCHNEIDAU (CHRISTIAN) TjOS 

Angeles. 5634 

Inspiration of a nation. [Woman 

seated near window sewing stars on 

U. S. flag] © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1923; 

G 68358. 

Walker pub co., Walker, Minn. 

5635 

Walker slogan ; by A. O. Sarff. 

[Drawing of heart with band around 

it, inclosed in circle] © 1 c. Mar. 31, 

1923; G 68397. 



Warren (Jason W.) Cleveland. 

5636 
Plastic pebbles. [Pen drawing of 
oblong all over design] © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1923 ; G. 67948. 

Waters (Jessie N.) New York. 

5637-5641 
Calla-lily. Model of one flower 
with leaves, on base. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1923; G. 68219. 

Morning-glory. [Model of bud, 
flower, and leaves] © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1923; G 68004. 

Nasturtiums. Model of flower and 
leaves on tall base. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1923; G 68221. 

Petunia. Model of flower with bud 
and foliage, on base. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1923; G 68220. 

Rose. Model of rose in vase. © 
1 c. Mar. 9. 1923; G 68003. 



WEIDLICH BROS. MFG. CO. 

Conn. 



Bridgeport, 
5642 



Egyptian maid; by Alfred J. Flan- 
der. [Model of Egyptian girl seated 
holding bowl above head] © 1 c. 
May 14, 1923 ; G 68519. 

Wessman (Herbert D.) Springfield, 
Mass. 5643 

Bluebird for you ; by Helen Vega. 
[Drawing of bluebirds on check] © 
1 c. Mar. 9, 1923; G 68097. 

Western alloy & tool steel co., San 
Francisco. 5644 

Watco steels ; by Benjamin Thacks- 
ton Knight. Inscription on circle en- 
closing scene of Golden Gate at sunset. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; G 68092. 

White (J. N.) & sons, West Quincy, 
Mass. 5645 

Inspiration to victory; by Lewis J. 
White. [Model of monument with re- 
lief panel in center showing group of 
American soldiers and sailors] © 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1923 ; G 68466. 

Willis (William) Galveston, Tex. 

5646 

Mike and Fritz. [Comic drawing 

of short man with silk hat and cigar 

talking to tall man with pipe] © 

1 c. Feb. 26, 1923 ; G 67952. 



112 



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no. 



19: 



5665 



Welmer (Ringgold Wilson) Brook- 
lyn. 5647 
Orchestra. Drawing of five-piece 
orchestra in silhouette, backed by 
French glass window. © 1 c. Mar. 
20, 1923 ; G 68186. 



A.) New York. 

5648 
Statuette consisting of 
with wings, on orna- 
© 1 c. Apr. 20, 1923; 



Wilson (Edw 

Wind god. 
child's head 
mental base. 
G 68352. 

Wilson ( Leonard ) Washington. 

5649-5651 

Awaiting attack. Drawing of 
monument surmounted by soldier 
kneeling and holding gun in position to 
shoot. 

Bomb shooter. Drawing of monu- 
ment surmounted by figure of soldier 
in trench shooting gun. 

Bomb thrower. Drawing of monu- 
ment surmounted by figure of soldier 
behind barricade throwing bomb. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 24, 1923 ; G68131- 
68133. 

Wisner (Hiram H.) Oakland. Calif. 

5652 
E pluribus unum. [Drawing of 
forty-eight swall stars arranged in 
form of large star and circle enclos- 
ing inscription] © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1923 ; 
G 68348. 

Witcombe, McGeachin & co., New 
York. 5653-5656 

Avignon ; by Robert C. Kahrmann. 
Wreaths, flowers, and leaves displayed 
on columns. © 1 c. May 17, 1923; 
G 68533. 

Braemar; by Chas. F. Scholle. All 
over design showing birds flying and 
at rest on branches with flowers. 
© 1 c. May 17, 1923; G 68534. . 

Ivanhoe; by John O. Winsche. De- 
sign of leaves, buds and flowers in 
bunches. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1923; G 
68117. 

Westmoor ; by Chas. F. Scholle. 
Bunches of leaves and flowers on lat- 
tice. © 1 c. May 17, 1923 ; G 68535. 



Woermann (Albert A.) Brooklyn. 

5657-5658 
vVoermann-Tut border, 1. [Draw- 
ing of border formed by small squares 
on etched background] 

— 2. Drawing of border of Egyp- 



tian design. 

© 1 c. each Apr. 
68476. 



28, 1923 ; G 68475, 



Wood (A. B.) Gering, Neb. 5659 

Scotts Bluff County courthouse; by 
Welch-Faff ner. [Drawing of large 
brick building with six large columns 
in front] © 1 c. May 10, 1923; G 
68504. 

Woolley (Edith Marie) Alameda, 
Calif. 5660 

Girl's head. Relief showing right 
profile of girl's head in ornamented 
frame forming receptacle at bottom. 
© 1 c. Apr. 28, 1923 ; G 68436. 

Zalowitz (Joseph) Brooklyn. 5661 
Tut - Ankhamen. Design showing 
Egyptian faee and diamond setting. 
© 1 c. Apr. 26, 1923 ; G 68410. 

Zeigler (Lee Woodward) Newburgh, 
N. Y. 5662 

Ushabti [Model of oriental figure 
standing with broom in right hand and 
dust-brush in in left] © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1923 ; G 68075. 

Zeitler (Frank H.) Milwaukee. 

5663 

Limpias head of Christ. High relief 

plaque showing head of Christ wearing 

crown of thorns. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923 ; 

G 68073. 

Zimmerman (Edith R.) Tulsa, Okl. 

5664 
Art-Craft. Drawing of crest and ar- 
mored head with lion on each side. 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923 ; G 68234. 

Zuber (Edward) May wood, N. J. 

5665 
Design for embroidery, 173. [All 
over design of vines and leaves] © 1 
c. May 14, 1923 ; G 68520. 



Number of entries of AVorks of Art included in the Catalogue since Jan. 

1, 1923 1, 357 



113 



CLASS H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 
OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Acme commercial photographers, 
Portland, Or. 5666 

Portland, Or., panorama. © June 
11, 1923 ; 2 c. June 25 ; J 262449. 

Acorn press, Omaha, Neb. 5667 

Boost better Durocs. © Jan. 20, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 16 ; K 174677. 

Adams (I. C.) Calistoga, Calif. 

5668 
Calistoga, Calif., high school. © 
Nov. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1923; J 
260646. 

Adelman (Albert Otto) Norwalk, O. 

5669 
[Poster, 950] © Mar. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 22 ; K 173598. 



Adelman n 
Mont. 



(Wm. 



Albert) Twodot, 

5670-5671 






By silent waters. © June 20, 1922 ; 
2 c. Apr. 27, 1923 ; J 261548. 

Pleasant rest. © June 20, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 27, 1923 ; J 261547. 

Adler (David) & sons co., Milwaukee. 

5672-5682 
Your Easter clothes are ready now, 
429. © Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 30; 
K 175153. 

[3 prints] : 

[Staunton] 433. — [Woodmont] 
431.— [Yale jr. & Kenwick] 432. © 
Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. each May 11; K 
175154-175156. 

[7 prints] : 

[Chatham] 438.— [Dorset] 437.— 
[Exmoor] 441. — [Linton and Bright- 
on] 434.— [Lynwood] 436.— [Newport] 
435.— [Ormond] 440. © Apr. 15. 1923 ; 
2 c. each May 11 ; K 175157-175163. 

Adpress, Baltimore. 56S3 

I'm here again. © Mar. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 9 ; K 173526. 

57686—23 3 



Aerograph co., Los Angeles. 

5684-5688 

Los Angeles, Calif., exposition park, 

sunken gardens, 256-258. © June 

4, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 16 ; J 262375- 

262377. 

Signal hill, 367. © Apr. 5, 1923; 
2 c. May 1 ; J 261737. 

410. © May 28, 1923 ; 2 c. June 6 ; 
J 262196. 

Afco mfg. co., inc., New York. 

5689 
Baby. © Nov. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. May 14, 
1923 ; J 262285. 

Aitken (Robert T.) Honolulu. 5690 

Tallest palm. © Jan. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 9 ; J 261153. 



Ake (H. Ross) Canton, O. 



5691 



Representative government chart. 
[Blueprint] © May 16, 1923; 2 c. 
May 31 ; I 8121. 



Alaska silver 
Placid, N. Y. 



FOX FARMS, 



Lake 
5692 



$10,000.00 worth of Sterling silver 
fox skins. © Feb. 28, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 
3 ; 1 c. Apr. 19 ; J 261268. 

Albritton (Nina Bonner) East Falls 
Church, Va. 5693 

[Albritton house, first floor] © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1923 ; I 7893. 

All sports poster service. Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 5694-5699 

Base ball. © Apr. 4. 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 7; K 174041. 

A, C. © Apr. 21. 1923; 2 c. 

each May 9; K 175068, 175070. 

B. © Apr. 24, 1923; 2 c. May 

9: K 175069. 

Track meet, A. B. © Apr. 21. 1923; 
2 c. each May 9; K 175071. 175072. 



115 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



5700 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Allen (James C.) Denver. 5700 

[Motor vehicle power chart] © 1 c. 
May 7, 1923 ; I 7939. 

Allen (W. M.) Mansfield, Mass. 

5701 
[Chicken] © Mar. 25, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 26; K 173741. 

Aiman & co., New York. 5702-5706 
Casinelli (Dolores) A, B. © May 

23, 1923 ; 2 c. each May 28 ; J 262433, 

262434. 

and Sanges (Giacinto) A-C. © 

May 23, 1923; 2 c. each May 28; J 

262435-262437. 

American agricultural chemical co. 
( Agricultural service bureau 
of the) Boston. 5707-5720 

[14 photographs] : 
Lettuce, Minnesota, M-207. — Pota- 
toes, Minnesota, A-771, A-789, A-786, 
A-793a, A-796a, A-798a, A-813 — 
Sugar beets, Minnesota, R-475a, R~ 
476, R-476b, R-482, R-483a, R-484. © 

1 c. each Feb. 17, 1923; J 260063- 
260076. 

American appraisal co., Milwaukee. 

5721 

Chart showing, relative fluctuations 

in basic prices of some elements of 

property values [etc] © Mar. 23, 

1923] ; 2 c. Apr. 18 ; I 8021. 

American bank note co., New York. 

5722-5728 

Demeter-Triptolemos & Kore, bank 

nationale de Grece, special C 1857. © 

Mar. 27, 1923 ; 2 c. May 1 ; K 174750. 

Jones & Laughlin steel corp., special 
C 1858. © Apr. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. May 1 ; 
K 174751. 

[Morgan (J. P.) & co., steel tints, 
C-10669 special] © May 28, 1923; 

2 c. June 21 ; K 176142. 

C 1860, C 1861. © Apr. 20, 1923; 
2c. each May 19 ; K 175340, 175341. 

C 1862, C 1863. © Apr. 25, 1923; 
2 c. each May 19 ; K 175342, 175343. 

American chicle co., Long Island 
City, N. Y. 5729-5762 

American chicle co. plant : 
Bonded warehouse, another view. — 
Breaking raw chicle. — Cafeteria coun- 
ter. — Chicle coating dept. — Chicle mix- 
ing machine. — Chicle refining equip- 
ment. — Chiclet packing dept. — Exte- 
rior.- — Exterior showing new display. — 
Filling the hopper, chicle refining. — 
First aid room. — Front elevation. — 



Gum awaiting assorting and inspec- 
tion. — Gum packing dept. — Gum sort- 
ing and inspection dept. — Gum wrap- 
ping dept. — Gum wrapping machine. — 
Gum wrapping machine, another 
view. — Inspecting and sorting gum. — 
Lunch room. — Packing chiclets. — Row 
of chicle coating machines. — Shaping 
gum. — Stirring chicle fluid, after re- 
fining. — U. S. bonded warehouse. — 
Women's wash room. © 1 c .each 
Apr. 20, 1923 ; J 261301-261312, 261314, 
261316-261328. 

Consolation. (In Ainslee's, Apr., 
1923) © Mar. 10, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 16 ; 
K 173484. 

Hold-up. (In Detective story maga- 
zine, June 2, 1923) © May 21, 1923; 
1 c. May 23 ; K 175417. 

[6 photographs] : 

Bleeding a chicle tree. — Bringing 
chicle to refining camp. — Chiclero 
hut. — Landing chicle. — Native Mexican 
Chicleros. — Typical chicle tree. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 20, 1923 ; J 261300, 261313, 
261315, 261329-261331. 

American child health assn., New 
York. 5763 

Jolly jester. © Mar. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 10; K 174105. 

American fashion co., New York. 

5764 
Parisiennes, spring and summer 
1923. © Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; 
K 173879. 

American homes bltreau, Chicago. 

5765 
Own your home. © Mar. 25, 1923; 

1 c. Apr. 26; K 174509. 

American lithographic co., New 

York. 5766 

Niagara belt line. © Apr. 6, 1923 ; 

2 c. Apr. 7; K 174024. 

American photo studios, Habana, 
Cuba. 5767-5769. 

Cuba (S. S.) leaving Habana Har- 
bor from Cabanas, thru palms. © 
May 10, 1923 ; 2 c. May 26 ; J 261869. 

from Moro Castle. © May 10, 

1923; 2 c. May 26; J 261870. 

Habana from Moro Castle, S. S. 
Cuba leaving harbor, panorama. © 
June 2, 1923 ; 2 c. June 15 ; J 262335. 

American piano co., New York. 5770 

Pius XI (Pope) and the Ampico. 

© Mar. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; J 260677. 



116 



MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



no. 2, 1923 



5852 



Ameeican weekly, inc., New York. 

5771-5784 

Dog's life. After his night out, 13. 
© Mar. 18, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 17; 
K 173517. 

Battling Bonzo wins in the 

first round, 25. © June 17, 1923 ; 1 c. 
June 18; K 176070. 

Bonzo and Chee-Kee have a 

little mix-up, 21. © May 20, 1923; 
1 c. May 19; K 175351. 

Bonzo does parlor tricks [etc] 

23. © June 3, 1923; 1 c. June 2; K 
175595. 

Bonzo gets that spring feeling, 

22. © May 27, 1923; 1 c. May 26; 
K 175430. 

Bonzo gets the surprise of his 

life, 17. © Apr. 15, 1923; 1 c. Apr. 
14 ; K 174210. 

Bonzo makes his bed, but does 

not lie in it, 19. © Apr. 29, 1923; 
1 c. Apr. 30 ; K 174675. 

Bonzo saves a goal, 18. © 

Apr. 22, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 21 ; K 174402. 

Bonzo spoils a perfectly good 

photoghaph, 24. © June 10, 1923; 
1 c. June 9; K 175810. 

Bonzo's bath night, 20. ^ 

May 6, 1923; 1 c. May 5; K 175030. 

Even Bonzo becomes interested 

[etc] 15. © Apr. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 
31 ; K 173848. 

How Bonzo deceived the doctor 

[etc] 14. © Mar. 25, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 
24; K 173676. 

Loyalty, 26. © June 24, 1923 ; 

1 c. June 23 ; K 176162. 

Shadow on the wall, 16. © 

Apr. 8, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 7 ; K 174025. 

American white cross, inc., Chicago. 

5785 
American white cross. © Oct. 1, 
1922; 2 c. Mar. 19, 1923; K 173774. 

American 3 way-luxfer prism co., 
Cicero, 111. 5786-5796 

[11 drawings] : 

[Plan sheet of details of steelead 
skylight construction, design A] — 
[Standardized detail of steelead sky- 
light construction, butt .joint, design 
CI] — 1 Standardized detail of steelead 
skylight construction, designs. AA, 
Al, A2, Bl, B2, Dl, El]— [Stand- 
ardized detail of steelead skylight con- 
struction, lap joint, design CI] — 
[Table of designs and sections for 
detail sheets of standardized steelead 
skylight construction] © Mar. 10, 
3923; 2 c. each Mar. 21; I 7796-7806. 



Ames & Rollinson, New York. 5797 
Miller (William H.) [Memorial \ 
© Mar. 21, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 23; 
K 173591. 

Ames, Emerich & co., Chicago. 5798 ; 

What is in your strong box? ©■ 

May 10, 1923 ; 2 c. May 14 ; K 175338- 

Am-plus storage battery co., Chicago. 

5799 
Plate's the thing. © May 24, 1923 ; 
2 c. June 13 ; K 175879. 

Anderson (Ralph B.) East St. Louis, 
111. 5800 

Circular multiplication table. [Blue- 
print] © Mar. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 8 ; 

1 7734. 

Anderson (Ross Peter) Oil City, Pa. 

5801 
Gravity correction calculator. © 
May 11, 1923 ; 2 c. May 14 ; I 8035. 

Anson (Charles Lyman) Wheaton, 
111. 5802-5816 

Sillyettes, May 15-19, 21-26, 28-31. 
[Daily] © May 15-19, 21-26, 28-31, 
1923 ; -1 c. each May 29-June 6 ; K 
175523-175532, 175714-175718. 

Apt (Louis C.) New York. 5817-5846 

[Nation instructive card] : 

Argentina. — Austria. — Belgium. — 
Brazil. — ■ Chile. — China. — Cuba. — ■ 
Czecho - Slovak. — Denmark. — Eng- 
land. — France. — Germany. — Greece. — ■ 
Holland. — Ireland. — Italy. — Japan. — 
Mexico. — Norway. — Portugal. — Rou- 
mania. — Russia. — Scotland. — Servia. — 
Spain. — Sweden. — Turkey. — United 
States. © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. each Apr. 
10, 1923 ; K 174106-174133. 

Nation instructive card. Bulgaria. 
© Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Apr. 10, 1923 ; K 
174365. 

[Switzerland] © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 

2 c. Apr. 10, 1923 ; K 174364. 

Arnold & co., inc., Seattle. 5S47 

Pentagram supervised enterprise 

sheets, IHb. [Blueprint] © May 1. 
1923 ; 2 c. May 17 ; I 8107. 

Arrow novelty co., inc., New York. 

5S4S-5S52 
New York (City) Columbia univ. : 
Alma mater.— Barnard college. — 
Earl hall and school of engineering. — 
Horace Mann school and teachers' col- 
lege. — Whittier hall dormitories. © 
June 1, 1923; 2 c. each June 4; K 
175627-175631. 



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5853 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Art engraving co., inc., St. Paul. 

5853, 5854 

Bit of rail and river. © June 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 18 ; K 175993. 

On the river drive. © May 1, 1923 ; 
2 c. June 18; K 175994. 

Associated knit underwear mfrs. of 
Amer., Utica, N. Y. 5855, 5856 

Avoid the chill and save the pill. 
© Mar. 7, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 21 ; J 261298. 

Why hesitate when you can venti- 
late? © Mar. 21, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 21; 
J 261299. 

Atlantis, inc., New York. 5857 

^Klovo-tolvtLvos (Bao-tXeus) (Constantine on 
his deathbed). © Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 8 ; K 173969. 

Automatic refrigerating co., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 5858 
Your ice man's successor. © Apr. 6, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 9 ; K 175253. 

Bady (Henry Charles) New York. 

5859 
Bady boiler. © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 4 ; I 7841. 

Bailey (Hillary Goodsell) Green- 
castle, Ind. 5860-5862 

Beauty queen. © Apr. 15, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 20 ; 1 c. Apr. 19 ; J 261361. 

Silhouette. © Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. 
Mar. 20 ; 1 c. Apr. 19 ; J 261362. 

Yeune (Elizabeth) © Apr. 15, 
1923; 1 c. Mar. 20; 1 c. Apr. 19; J 
261363. 

Baker, Heyne & co., Chicago 

5863-5865 

Tail tells the tale. 

Higher. — Lower. — Steady. © Apr. 
23. 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 28 ; K 174521- 
174523. 

Ballinger co., Philadelphia. 

5866-5869 

[Brooklyn, N. Y., Abraham Abra : 
liam memorial hospital of the Jewish, 
perspective] © 1 c. May 1, 1923; I 
'7907. 

[Chester, Pa., Chester hospital 
"bldgs., perspective] © 1 c. May 3, 
1923; I 7915. 

[Washington, D. C, board of tem- 
perance, prohibition and public morals 
of the M. E. church bldg., perspective 
showing Capitol in distance] © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1923; I 7527. 

Swartzell M. E. home, perspec- 
tive. © 1 c. June 12, 1923 ; I 8073. 



Bankers life co., Des Moines. 5870 
Bankers life co. [Letterhead] © 
Mar. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 20 ; K 174678. 

Banks (Clyde) Bellingham, Wash., 

5871-5888 

[7 photographs] : 

Baker (Mt.) from top of Skyline 
Ridge. — Chuckanut drive. — Chuckanut 
drive scene. — Puget Sound from 
Chuckanut drive. — Shuksan (Mt.) 
from Austin Pass. — Sunset from 
Chuckanut drive. — Table Mountain 
from Austin Pass. © Mar. 16, 1923; 
2 c. each Mar. 21; J 261059-261065. 

[11 photographs] : 

Bellingham, Wash., Chuckanut 
drive — Bellingham, Wash., from Se- 
home Hill. — Bellingham, Wash., from 
Sehome park.— Bloedel-Donovan lumber 
mills, Lake Whatcom. — Shuksan (Mt.) 
from Mazama Dome. — Shuksan (Mt.) 
from Skyline Ridge. — Sunrise on Lake 
Whatcom. — Sunrise over Lake What- 
com, Bellingham, Wash. — View from 
Chuckanut drive, Bellingham, Wash. — 
View from Skyline Ridge, Mt. Baker. — 
Whatcom (Lake) scene. May 8, 1923; 
2 c. each June 7 ; 262286-262296. 

Barnard (Philip B.) Spokane, Wash. 

5889 
Soarer. [Front and side elevation] 
© 1 c. May 9, 1923 ; I 7925. 

Barnett (Burritt Allen) Crowley, 

La. 5890 

Crowley, La., K. K. K. initiation. 

© June 19, 1923; 2 c. June 21; J 

262430. 

Barquist (Eskil Julius) Chicago. 

5891 
Howdy, you're welcome. © Mar. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; K 173527. 

Barr (William) San Francisco. 5892 
Springtime, California. © Mar. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 15 ; K 175252. 

Barrett (Louis Gonyou) Boston. 

5893 
Girl and elephant. © Mar. 21. 1923 ; 
2 c. Mar. 27 ; J 260773. 

Bassett (Hrs. Prentiss Peer) An- 
napolis. 5894 
Antique wall paper. © Apr. 7, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 13, 1923; J 261198. 

Bauer (F.) estate, San Francisco. 

5895 
Dawn. © May 15, 1923 ; 2 c. May 7 ; 

J 261658- 



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no. 2, 1923 



5935 



Beale (Anna Claiee) Los Angeles. 



Seven oaks. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923; 
J 260642. 

Beaumont (Thomas) San Diego. 

5897, 5898 
We're accenting the go and forget- 
ting the die in San Diego, A, B. © 
Apr. 28, 1923; 2 c. each June 6; K 
175747, 175748. 

Bechtold (August J.) Havre de 
Grace, Md. 5899-5900 

[Working drawing of fly trap], © 1 
c. Apr. 2, 1923 ; I 7829. 

[Blueprint] © Mar. 15, 1923; 

2 c. Apr. 12; I 7864. 

Beck (Heney M.) Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

5901-5903 

[3 photographs] : 

Lower California record big horn 
sheep. — Pair of champion English set- 
ters. — World's record big horn sheep. 
© 1 c. each June 8, 1923; J 262279- 
262281. 

Beck (Rufus L.) Sullivan, Wis. 5904 
[Beck's black and white chart and 
correspondence system on the art of 
breathing and breath control], © 1 c. 
Mar. 7, 1923; I 7888. 

Beelman (David Houston) Youngs- 
town, O. 5905 
Silent salesman. © Mar. 19, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 20; K 173806. 

Bell (Alfeed) & co., ltd., London. 

5906, 5907 

Sisters ; by L. Dupont after Charles 
Baxter. © May 25, 1923 ; 1 c. May 19 ; 
K 175880. 

[York, Bootham bar] ; by J. Alphege 
Brewer. © June 15, 1923 ; 1 c. June 7 ; 
K 176184. 

Bellgaedt (Joseph) Buffalo, N. Y. 

5908 
Watch for the triangle. © May 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 14 ; K 175235. 

Bendoee (Waltee Goedon) Ft. Bragg, 
Calif. 5909, 5910 

Indian mother and babe, A. © May 
17, 1923; 2 c. June 11; J 262309. 

B. © May 7, 1923; 2 c. June 

11; J 262308. 

Benedictine Convent of Peepetual 
Adoeation, Clyde, Mo. 5911 

Sacred heart of Jesus, lover of man- 
kind. © May 25, 1923; 2 c. June 4; 
K 175626. 



Bennoon (Mendel) Chicago. 

5912-5915 

[Certificate of circumcision]. — Cer- 
tificate of marriage. — In memoriam. — 
Joyful present to our darling baby. 
© May 25, 1923; 2 c. each June 4; 
K 175632-175635. 



Benson (Benj. D.) & sons, inc., New 
York. 5916 

Collar setting gauge chart. © Mar. 
20, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 26 ; I 7862. 

Bentheim (Chaeles) Greenville, S. C. 

5917 
Galbraith (W. F.) late natl. com- 
mander, Amer. legion, copy of medal- 
lion bust of. © May 20, 1923; 2 c. 
May 28 ; J 261879. 

Benton (Alfeed C.) Alameda, Calif. 

5918 
Ying. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; J 

260567. 

Benzigee beos., New York. 5919-5931 

[6 prints] : 

At the beginning of mass. — At the 
blessing. — At the communion of the 
priest. — At the elevation. — At the gos- 
pel.— At the offertory. © Mar. 23, 
1923; 2 c. each May 15; K 175304- 
175309. 

[7 prints] : 

[Borromeo (St. Charles) giving St. 
Aloysius his first holy communion] — 
Our Lord granting little Imelda's de- 
sire to receive Him [etc] — Our Lord 
presents the keys of the kingdom of 
heaven to St. Peter [etc] — Our Lord 
visiting two disciples, who did not 
know it was Jesus [etc] — [Our Lord 
with chalice surrounded with angels] 
— Solemn moment on Holy Thursday 
nineteen hundred years ago [etc] — 
Ten days after our Lord ascended into 
heaven the Holy Ghost came in the 
form of tongues of fire [etc] © Mar. 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 28 ; K 173807- 
173813. 

Bebkowitz envelope co., Kansas City, 
Mo. 5932-5935 

[4 prints] : 

Baby shop. — Happy alliance of 
beauty, quality, and utility is to be 
found in our apparel dept. — Japanese 
tea room. — Visit our baby shop. © 
June 22, 1923; 2 c. each June 25; K 
176175-176178. 



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593' 



pt. iv, n. s„ v. 18 



Bi-^ncei (Guglielmo) Rochester, 
K. Y. 5936, 5937 

Villavallelonga, Italy, ricordo ai 
mei-ti in guerra, 1915-1918, ad inizia- 
tiva del Villavallelonga club, residente 
in Rochester, N. Y., A, F. © May 26, 
1923 ; 1 c. each May 14 ; 1 c. each May 
25 ; J 261876, 261877. 

Bicknell (J. C.) Portland, Me. 

5938-5941 

Bald Mt. across Lake Moxie, 5740. 
© Dec. 1, 1922; 2 c. Mar. 21, 1923; 
J 260665. 

Kennebago Mts., 5141. © Jan. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; J 262297. 

Rangeley village, 5061. © Jan. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; J 251199. 

Tornhegan birches, 5723. © Dec. 1, 
1922; 2 c. Mar. 21, 1923; J 260666. 

Bigelow (H. R.) New York. 5942 

Some safety pin. © Apr. 23, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 25 ; J 261383. 

Bishop ( Harry T. ) San Diego. 5943 
Edwards (Bernice) of Long Beach, 
Calif., and Dorothy Armstrong, wit- 
nesses in Jacobs-Mann murder trial. 
© Apr. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; J 261156. 

Blacet (Ernest Dayton) Massillon, 
O. 5944, 5945 

Massillon, O., latest postcard views. 

© Apr. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 25 ; J 261381 

views, group 1. © Apr. 1, 

1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; J 261229. 

Blankenheim (Bernard M.) Chicago. 

5946 
Bee a saver. © Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
May 25 ; K 175427. 

Blatz (William) Belleville, 111. 

5947 
Belleville, 111., Belleville township 
high school. © May 23, 1923; 2 c. 
May 26 ; J 262382. 

Blum (Arthur S.) Washington. 

5948 
Arlington natl. cemetery, Va., Am- 
phitheatre, from Miles mausoleum. © 
Apr. 9, 1923 ; 2 c. May 1 ; J 261496. 



Boellinger (Flora) Cincinnati. 5949 
Cincinnati reds, 1923. © May 10, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 12 ; J 261608. 

Bontoux (August) Chicago. 5950 

Cigarette girl. © May 31, 1923 ; 2 c. 
June 8 ; J 262278. 



Bonwit, Teller & co., New York. 

5951-5957 

[Decorative drawing, 605] © Apr. 
25, 1923 ; 2 c. May 1 ; K 174722. 

[606] © April 26, 1923; 2 c. 

May 1 ; K 174717. 

[607] © Apr. 25, 1923 ; 2 c. 

May 1 ; K 174721. 

[608] © Apr. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. 

May 1 ; K 174718. 

[609] © Apr. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. 

May 1 ; K 174716. 

[610] © Apr. 28, 1923 ; 2 c. 

May 1 ; K 174720. 

[611] © Apr. 28, 1923 ; 2 c. 

May 1 ; K 174719. 

Boston (William C.) Ridley Park, 
Pa. 5958 

Lightning time and cost computer. 

© May 15, 1923 ; 2 c. May 15 ; I 7938. 

Boston music co., New York. 

5959, 5960 

Moo-oo. © Apr. 3, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 
26 ; K 174500. 

'Rithmetic. © Apr. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 
26; K 174499. 

Boucher, inc., New York. 5961-5968 

Chicago (U. S. cruiser) © 1 c. 
Apr. 12, 1923; I 7861. 

Hartford (U. S. S.) lines, 30. © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1923 ; I 7777. 

Hartford (U. S. steam sloop of war) 
sail plan ; 30 A. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923 ; 
I 7776. 

Oregon (U. S. S.) deck plan. © 1 
c. May 18 ; I 7969. 

sheer plan. © 1 c. May 18; 

I 7970. 

Plans of 110 ft. subchasers, 31. © 
1 c. Mar. 24, 1923 ; I 7808. 

Plans of 411 ft. cargo steamer. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1923 ; I 7S91. 

Winslow (U. S. torpedo boat) © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1923 ; I 7890. 



Bouney (Mabel Therese) Paris. 

5969 
Bouney (Mabel Therese) posed as 
Mona Lisa. © Apr. 27, 1923; 2 c. 
May 12 ; J 261606. 

Bowes (Thos. F.) New York. 5970 
[Photo analysis of altered check] 
© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 22; K 
174139. 

Brace (H. G.) & co., Seattle. 5971 
My tale is told. © Apr. 13, 1923; 
2 c. Apr. 18 ; K 174877. 

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no. 2, 1923 



6054 



Branca (Louis P.) Superior, Wis. 

5972 

Chiropractic sympathetic nervous 
system. [Blueprint] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1923 ; I 7743. 

Brest (C. O.) Las Vegas, Nev. 5973 
Lower Boulder Canyon, Las Vegas, 
Nev. © Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; 
J 260748. 

Bretzman (Charles F.) Indianapolis. 

5974 
Ralston (Sen-. Samuel M.) © Apr. 
7, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; J 261113. 

Brigandi (Philip) Hollywood, Calif. 

5975-6054 

Calexico, Calif. : 

Cotton conveyed by suction from r. 
r. cars to gin mill, cotton 4, 152. — 
Pressing cotton into bales as it comes 
from gin, man is tying up the bale, 
cotton 6, 154. — Weighing the bale of 
cotton as it leaves the press, 545 lbs., 
cotton 7, 155. © May 11, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each May 23 ; J 261777-261779. 

Guasti, Calif.: 

Covering crates of Malaga grapes in 
the field and loading motor trucks, 
grapes 3, 3. — Grape juice is pumped 
from crushers in these refrigerating 
vats where it is cooled to 35° fahr., 
grapes 9, 9. — Hydraulic press for ex- 
traction of juice from fermented grape 
pomace, grapes 11, 11. — Part of con- 
tinuous still for extracting alcohol 
from grape juice, grapes 14, 14. — Pick- 
ing and packing Malaga grapes at a 
5000 acre vineyard, grapes 2, 2. — Train 
hauling grapes from vineyard to pri- 
vate r. r. spur for eastern shipment, 
grapes 4, 4. © May 11, 1923; 2 c. 
each May 23 ; J 261763, 261765-261769. 

Indio, Calif.: 

Cook's date garden, Daglet Noor 
date garden, trees planted five years 
ago, dates 8, 108. — Cook's date garden 
nursery, offshoots of the Saida date 
palm imported from Egypt, dates 2, 
102.— Cook's date garden, pollinating 
the flowers of fruit bearing palm with 
staminate flowers, dates 7, 107. — Pis- 
tillate flowers on bearing palm and 
staminate flowers of non-bearing palm 
held in hand, dates 6, 106. © May 11, 
1923; 2 c. each May 23; J 261770, 
261772, 261774, 261775. 

Lamanda Park, Calif. : 

Automatic conveyor taking oranges 
from washer to dryer shown in back- 
ground, oranges 12, 46. — Insectory, 
breeding rooms for propagating para- 
sites which kill the scale that damages 
fruit trees, oranges 23, 57. — Lemons 



coming from washer being hand 
graded according to color, lemons 19, 
53. — Oranges conveyed from dryer, 
hand sorted for quality before going 
to sizer, oranges 13, 47. — Packing lem- 
ons for shipment being sized by hand 
instead of by machine, lemons 21, 55. — 
Packing oranges from sizing bin, one 
workers packs from 50 to 90 boxes a 
day, oranges 15, 49. — Putting cover on 
orange crates and nailing steel strap 
over center, oranges 17, 51. — Washing 
lemons in Stebler submerged lemon 
washer, water and soap 120° fahr, 
lemons 18, 52. — Washing oranges in 
Stamm washer in modern citrus fruit 
packing house, oranges 11, 45. © 
May 11, 1923; 2 c. each May 23; J 
261821, 261822, 261824-261827, 261840- 
261S42. 

Sylmar, Calif. : 

Automatic capping of pint cans of 
ripe olives, from 10,000 to 15,000 cans 
per day, olives 7, 90. — Automatically 
conveying olives to first press for olive 
oil making, olives 11, 94. — Canning ripe 
olives, one person cans from 30 to 100 
gallon cans a day, olives 6, 89. — Close 
view of branches loaded with ripe 
olives, olives 2, 85. — Curing olives pre- 
paratory to canning, olives 5, 88. — Fill- 
ing cans with olive oil and soldering 
caps on cans, olives 14, 97. — Labeling 
jars of ripe olives at the rate of 350 
quarts a day per person, olives 9, 92. — 
Picking stems and leaves from olives 
while automatically conveyed to grad- 
ing machine, olives 3, 86. — Sterilizing 
cans of ripe olives in retorts, oven, 45 
minutes, steam at 280° fahr., olives 8, 
91. — Taking olives from storage bins 
to conveyor for olive oil making, olives 

10. 93. © May 11, 1923 ; 2 c. each May 
23 ; J 261800-261804, 261806-261810. 

Visalia, Calif. : 

Canning peaches, one worker filling 
about 100 one lb. cans in eight hours, 
peaches 10, 26. — Cooling canned 
peaches and taking them to cooling 
floor, peaches 13, 29. — Cooling floor 
and storage rooms for canned fruit, 
peaches 14, 30. — Filling cans of peaches 
with hot syrup preparatory to put- 
ting them inside steam box. peaches 

11, 27. — Peaches being automatically 
conveyed to bleaching drums and 
washers, peaches 5, 21. — Peaches con- 
veyed to sizer by automatic belt, and 
women sorting out the bad ones. 
peaches 7, 23. — Picking peaches from 
17 year old trees, good canning variety 
of Tuscan cling, peaches 2. 18. — Pitting 
and cutting peaches for canning, 
peaches 4, 20. — Receiving and weigh- 



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Beigandi (Philip) — Continued. 

Visalia, Calif. — Continued, 
ing peaches at cannery as they come 
from the ranch, peaches 3, 19. © May 
11, 1923 ; 2 c. each May 23 ; J 261811- 
261813, 261815-261820. 

[39 photographs] : 

Banning, Calif., dipping prunes in 
hot water and lye preparatory to dry- 
ing them in the sun, prunes 1, 33.— 
Beaumont, Calif., cherry trees in blos- 
soms, snow on distant mountains, cher- 
ries 1, 34. — Carbonizing process, sul- 
phuric acid bath, then through high 
temperature oven to burn out vegetable 
matter, Calif., wool 4. 118. — Chain 
driven rotary table and old style rotary 
gr p rings holding pipe, Calif., petro- 
leum 14, 71.— Coachella, Calif., Daglet 
Noor date palms planted seven years 
ago, they reach a height of 30 to 40 
feet, dates 11, 111. — Cotton plant in 
blossom at Kearney experimental farm 
near Fresno, Calif., cotton 1, 149. — 
Drying, bolts pinned to endless steel 
chain carried thru drying room and re- 
wound as it comes out, Calif., wool 18, 
132. — El Centro, Calif., stilling basin to 
check force of flowing excess water 
and to measure flow going out, irriga- 
tion 5, 171.— El Monte, Calif., shell- 
ing and picking walnuts by hand, wal- 
nuts 2, 158. — El Monte, Calif., walnuts, 
drying and sacking preparatory to go- 
ing to packing house, walnuts 3, 159. — 
Feeding time, Poland China hogs, 7 to 
9 months old, 200 to 250 lbs. each, 
southern Calif., hogs 4, 163. — Finished 
felt being inspected for any imperfec- 
tion, note heavy mechanical felt in the 
background, Calif., wool 20, 134.— 
Inside of derrick showing Kelley 
swivel easing blocks and hose carrying 
mud into well. Calif., petroleum 8, 65. 
— Kerckoff dam, showing radial wier 
gates partly constructed, near Fresno, 
Calif., San Joaquin River, irrigation 
9, 175. — Lindsay, Calif., field nursery 
of citrus fruit trees, lemons in fore- 
ground, oranges 1, 35. — Lindsay, Calif., 
getting ready for harvesting citrus 
fruit, oranges 7, 41. — Los Angeles, 
Calif., La Brea oil field, sand reel used 
to raise and lower baler in well, petro- 
leum 16, 73. — Los Angeles, Calif., ten 
year old Valencia orange tree showing 
fruit and blossoms, oranges 5, 39. — 
Mill making alfalfa, central Calif., al- 
falfa 2, 166. — Mixing mud to force it 
into walls of well to keep sand from 
caving in while drilling, Calif., petro- 
leum 7, 64. — Oil pumped into open 
sump to settle water and sand before 
shipping, La Brea oil field, Calif., 



petroleum 17, 74. — Out for their daily 
bath. Good specimens of Poland China 
hogs, southern Calif., hogs 5, 164. — 
Picking beautiful large bunches of 
Tokey grapes, Calif., grapes 1, 1. — 
Preparing bottles of olive oil for ship- 
ment, near San Diego, Calif., olives 17, 
100. — Producing oil wells in the famous 
Santa Fe Springs oil field, near Los 
Angeles, Calif., petroleum 2, 59. — Red- 
lands, Calif., truck unloading oranges 
at receiving station, fruit automatic- 
ally conveyed to washer, oranges 9, 
43. — Rooting house, shoots of the Dag- 
let Noor in specially prepared soil, 
Coachelia Valley, Calif., dates 3, 103.— 
San Fernando, Calif., southend cascade 
of Los Angeles aqueduct, open ditch 
15 ft. wide at top, 60 at bottom, to 
aerate water, irrigation 8, 174. — • 
Santa Fe Springs, Calif., chain tongue 
and cat head pulley, rear left, used 
in screwing rotary drill pipe, petro- 
leum 5, 62. — Shaking walnuts from 
trees with poles, walnuts 1, 157. — 
Shepherd and his flock of sheep, south- 
ern Calif., wool 1, 115. — Small con- 
denser to make gasoline from natural 
gas, experimental station at La Brea 
oil field, Calif., petroleum 19, 76.— Tor- 
rance, Calif., double arch hammer forg- 
ing fish tail bits used in oil well drill- 
ing, petroleum 23, 80. — Torrance, 
Calif., electric lathes boring drill pipe 
collars in large oil tool shop, petroleum 
24, 81. — Trimming and rolling bat from 
continuously moving former apron, 
note the many layers to get proper 
thickness, Calif, wool 14, 128.— Water 
swivel and hose forcing water and 
mud through drill stem, also drill stem 
elevator, Calif., petroleum 9, 66. — West 
Alhambra, Calif., folding 72 inch wide 
felt into 36 inch bolt preparatory to 
shipping, wool 21, 135. — West Alham- 
bra, Calif., neutralizing, final washing 
to remove acid, preparatory to drying, 
wool 6, 120. — Young peach tree in blos- 
som, Calif., peaches 1, 17. © May 11, 
1923; 2 c. each May 23; J 261764, 
261771, 261773, 261776, 261780-261799, 
261805, 261814, 261823, 261828-261839. 

Bristol co. Waterbury, Conn. 

6055-6090 
Bristol's recording : 

Liquid level gauge chart, 887, 0440, 
0441, 0437. — Pressure gauge chart, 
0432, 0438, 4779, 8040, A418, B418, 
C418, D418— Thermometer chart, 1295, 
1980, 1981, 3712-3714, 8423, 10406, C 
1979. — Vacuum and pressure gauge 
chart, 0431, 4776-4778. — Vacuum gauge 
chart, 4775. — Volt meter chart, 5215. — 
Water level gauge chart, 0433, 0434. 



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no. 2, 1923 



6172 



© Apr. 1, 1923; 2 c. each May 25; 

1 7978, 7980-7988, 7990, 7992-7996, 
7998-8006, 800S, 8010, 8011, 8013. 

[7 drawings] 

Bristol-Derr recording steam boiler 
water level gauge chart, 0442. — Bris- 
tol's recorder chart, 0436, 0443-0445 — 
Combustion control, inc. pyrometer 
chart, 0439. — Gas pressure chart, 0447. 
© Apr. 1, 1923; 2 c. each May 25; I 
7979, 7989, 7991, 7997, 8007, 8009, 8012. 

Beotjn-Geeen co., New York. 

6091-6095 

[Artistic bond border combined with 

design tint, form 15] ©April 5, 1923; 

2 c. June 6 ; K 175639. 
[Certificate border composed of ar- 
tistic design, with design tint, form v] 
© May 4, 1923 ; 2 c. June 6 ; K 175642. 

Certificate for shares of the capital 
stock. [Certificate border composed 
of artistic scroll enclosed in panels, 
embracing text, etc., form 899] © 
Mar. 17, 1923 ; 2 c. June 6 ; K 175640. 

[Certificate border composed of 

artistic scroll work, enclosed in panels, 
etc., form 1821] © Mar. 17, 1923; 
2 c. June 6; K 175641. 

[Certificate border of artistic 

design, etc., form K] ©July 6, 1920; 
2 c. June 6, 1923 ; K 175638. 

Beown (Haeey M.) Washington. 

6096 
Washington, D. C, Lincoln monu- 
ment in the spring. © Apr. 11, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 14 ; J 261247. 

Brown (Ieving E.) Washington. 

6097 
Cat photographing dog. © May 9, 
1923; 1 c. May 9 ; 1 c. May 22; J 
261845. 

Beown (Kenneth) Portland, Or. 

6098-6100 

Evening on the Pacific. © Apr. 9, 
1923; 2 c. Apr. 17; J 261258. 

Hood (Mount) in the moonlight. © 
Aug. 15, 1922; 2 c. Apr. 17, 1923; J 
261257. 

Sunlit tunnel, Mitchell's Point, Or. 
© Apr. 9, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 17 ; J 261256. 

Beown (Oelando W.) Denver. 6101 
Thoughtometer. © Mav 14, 1923; 
2 c. May 21 ; I 8033. 

Beown (Samuel C. B.) Washington. 

6102 
Aerial train. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; 
I 7718. 



Beown & Bigelow, inc., St. Paul. 

6103-6125 

[Christmas eve at Mt. Vernon] © 
Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; K 176076. 

[22 prints] : 

Artistic girl. — Athletic girl. — College 
girl. — Constable. — Coquette. — Debu- 
tante. — Evolution of the American 
beauty. — Flapper. — Freckles. — Gradu- 
ate. — Indian blessing. — Jewelers cal- 
endar. — Just a little old frame cot- 
tage. — Matinee maid. — Musical girl. — -. 
Pleasant smile. — [Real sport] — So- 
ciety girl. — Sorority girl. — Sport. — 
Vacation girl. — Watchful chaperon. 
© Apr. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 30; 
K 174653-174674. 

Beuckmann (F) Munchen, Germany. 

6126-6172 

Oberammergau, Germany, 1922, Pas- 
sionspiele. 

Abendmahl, 14. — Abendmahlszene, 
4. — Abschied vor Bethania, 67. — An- 
nas, Sebastian Lang, 5. — Bethania, 
13. — Einzug in Jerusalem, 65, 66. — ■ 
Herodes, Gregor Breitsamter, 22. — 
Hohenpriester, 17. — Hoheratsmitglie- 
der, 6. — Jesus, Anton Lang, 19. — Jesus 
kreuztragend, 7. — Jesus kreuztragend, 
Anton Lang, 2. — Jesus vor Annas, 
23. — Jesus vor Pilatus, 18. — Johannes, 
Melchior Breitsamter, 9. — Judas, Guido 
Mayr, 10. — Kaiphas, Hugo Rutz, 21. — 
Kindergruppe, 20. — Kreuzigung, 68. — 
Kreuzweg, 12. — Magdalena, Paula 
Rendi, 15. — Maria, Martha Veit, 3. — 
Petrus, Andreas Lang, 16. — Pieta, 8 — 
Pilatus, Hans Mavr, 11. — Prolog, An- 
ton Lechner, 1. © May 5, 1922; 1 c. 
each Oct. 24 ; J 260589-260615. 

Oberammergau, Germany, 1922, Pas- 
sionspiele : 

Abshiecl von Bethania, 78. — Braut 
im hohen liede, 94. — Chorfuhrer, 
Guido Diemer, 75. — Ecce Homo, 63. — • 
Jesus, Anton Lang. 9, 64.- — Jesus im 
schosse Mariens, 85. — Johannes, Mel- 
chior Breitsamter, 13. — Judas bei An- 
nas, 80. — Judas und die tempelwache, 
79. — Petrus und Johannes wird von 
Markus begrusst, 88.— Pieta. 62. ^) 
May 5, 1922; 1 c. each Oct. 24; 
J 260623, 260624, 260626-260635. 

Oberammergau, Germany. 1922. Pas- 
sionspiele : 

Darsteller (Maria) Martha veil, 
27. — Einzug in Jerusalem, 26. — Em- 
orung, 29. — Jesus an dor geiselsaule, 
2S. — Jesus erscheint Magdalena, 24.- - 
Kreuzigung, 30. — Verchrung dea 
kreuzes, mit chor, 25. © May 5. 1922; 
1 c. each Oct. 24; J 2(50648. 260651- 
260656. 



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6173 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Beuckmann (F) — Continued. 

Oberammergau, Germany, 1922, 
Passionspiele, Prolog, Anton Lechner, 
59. © May 5, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923 ; 
J 260625. 

Beyant & Steatton college. Provi- 
dence, R. I. 6173-6180 

[8 photographs] : 

Charting confidential reports. — 
Handling correspondence. — Handling 
personal accounts. — Meeting callers. — ■ 
Planning business trips. — Planning 
daily schedule. — Plotting sales 

charts. — Sorting days mail. © 1 c. 
each May 24, 1923 ; J 261855-261862. 

Buchanan (Robert A.) Sitka, Alaska. 

6181 
Edgecumbe (Mt.) © Nov. 27, 1919; 
2 c. June 1, 1923 ; J 262327. 

Buell (Charles T.) & co., Newark, 

O. 6182 

Battlefields of France and the 

Americans in action. © Mar. 14, 

1923; 2 c. Mar. 16; K 173977. 

Bullock (Calvin) Denver. 6183 
[Sugar and the tariff]. © Apr. 9, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; I 7920. 

Buedick-Gaerison co., inc., New 
York. 6184 

[Red girl]. © June 10, 1921; 2 c. 
June 16, 1923 ; K 176146. 

Burgess (Paul) Waterloo, la. 

6185-6190 

Moores : 

Chevrelet heater, rear view.— Chev- 
rolet heater, side view. — Dodge 
heater. — Ford heater. — Maxwell 

heater. — Overland heater. © Mar. 

20, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 23 ; J 260678- 
260683. 

Burney (Robert Nevins) Houston. 

6191 
[Statistical table, investment ol 
funds of life insurance]. © 1 c. Mar. 
19, 1923 ; I 7791. 

Buee (Geoege Elbeet) Denver. 

6192-6194 

[3 prints] : 

[Old pine and cedar] — [Old pines 
near timberline] — [Ragged pines]. © 
Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. each May 24; 
K 175424-175426. 

Burt (Aethue) co., Washington. 

6195, 6196 
O Alice, dear Alice [etc] © Mar. 

21, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 22 ; K 173581. 
Robin Hood. © Apr. 12, 1923 ; 2 c. 

Apr. 20; K 174382. 



Bush-Beown (H. K.) Washington. 

6197 
Washington, D. C, proposed temple 
to liberty, architect's drawing. © 
Apr. 15, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 16 ; K 174282. 

Buys (Wm. Beandts) Donner, Calif. 

6198 
Lunch time at Donner Lake. © 
Mar. 29, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; J 260969 

Cage (Roy Wallace) Spokane, Wash. 

6199, 6200 

Browsing. © June 2, 1923; 2 c. 
June 11 ; J 262331. 

Friendly tussle. © Apr. 2, 1923; 2 
c. Apr. 6; J 261094. 

Calumet- baking powder co., Chicago. 

6201-6205 

[5 prints] : 

Birds of a feather. — Pals. — Radio 
party. — Rail-splitter. — Sheik. © May 
1, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 6 ; K 175652- 
175656. 

Cameeon (Guy F.) Valdez, Alaska. 

6206, 6207 

Alaskan idylle, 60. © May 21, 1923 ; 
2 c. June 2 ; J 261943. 

Columbia Glacier, 109. © May 21, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 2 ; J 261942. 

Cammack (James O.) Greencastle, 

Ind. 6208 

Grose {Dr. George Richmond) 

President of De Pauw univ. © Mar. 

15, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; J 260692. 

Camp (William Aechibald) Atlanta. 

6209-6212 

Jackson (Stonewall) © May 10, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 11 ; K 175753. 

Last military meeting of the world's 
two greatest generals. [Gen. R. E. 
Lee] © May 29, 1923; 2 c. May 11; 
K 175754. 

Stone Mountain. © May 29, 1923; 
2 c. May 21 ; K 175755. 

[Stuart {Gen. J. E. B.)] © May 
25, 1923 ; 2 c. May 11 ; K 175752. 

Campbell aet co., Elizabeth, N. J. 

6213-6266 

[6 prints] : 

[After the storm, 1236] — [Approach- 
ing storm, 1235]— [Call, 1243] — 
[Dance of the blossoms, 1242] — [Gray 
day, 1238] — [Morning mist, 1237] © 
May 1, 1923; 2 c. each May 12; K 
175393-175398. 

[48 prints] : 

[Autumn, 1218] — [Autumn haze, 
1119]— [Blind man's buff, 1206]— 
[Blockade runner, 1160] — [Breezy day, 



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no. 2, 1923 



6323 



1244]— [Cloudy day, 1247]— [Colum- 
bus caravel, 1159] — [Como (Lake) 
1216] — [Constitution, 1158] — [Corn 
ceremony, 1220]— [Dawn, 1209]— 
[Dogwood along the Hudson, 1246] — 
[Encore, 1178] — [Eucalyptus vista, 
1067]— [Evening hour, 1225]— [Eve- 
ning zephyrs, 1227] — [Falmouth Har- 
bor. 11S9]— [Fiile la de brouillard, 
1017] — [Golden autumn, 1117] — 
[Golden glade, 1207]— [Idle days, 
1201]— [Lover's lane, 1205] — [Maid of 
Algeria, 1230]— [Maytime, 1204]— 
[Meadow brook, 1221] — [Moonbeams 
and roses, 1203]— Moss laden, 1233]— 
[Nymphe du bois, 1214] — [Ohio River 
sunset, 1210]— [Old quarry, 1245] — 
[Path along the river, 1028] — [Peace, 
1154] — [Poetry of evening, 1161]— 
[Quarrel in the park, 1202]— [Quie- 
tude, 1212]— [Ragged sentinels, 1213]— 
[Rose house, 1185] — [Silver path, 
1224]— [Spring moon, 1228]— [Star- 
light, 1248] — [Summer fantasy, 
1229] — [Sunrise, Noank Harbor, 
1249]— [Tall trees of California, 
1182] — [Tony, 1219] — [Twilight, 

1226]— [Vicar's house, 1188]— [What 
is man, 1183]— [Young bloods, 1153] 
© Jan. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 23 ; K 
173616-173663. 

Canedy ( C. R. ) North Adams, Mass. 

6267, 6268 

Mohawk trail and Deerfield Valley 
from Whitcomb Summit. © June 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 19 ; K 176066. 

Whitcomb Summit, altitude 2200 ft. 
© June 15, 1923; 2 c. June-'19 ; K 
176067 

Cakbic, ltd., London. 6269-6276 

King's (Otis) pocket calculator, 
scales 401-406, 409, 410. © Feb. 16, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 7 ; I 7725-7732. 



Caelsen (Marie C.) Chicago. 6277 
Muted city. © Mar. 2, 1923; 2 c. 
May 11; J 261603. 

Carroll (Arthur Newman) Front 
Royal, Va. 6278 

Fast friends. © Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 23 ; J 261386. 

Caeson (William A.) Chicago. 

6279-0309 

[31 prints] : 

[Alamo] — [Angry sea] — [Beacon 
light]— [Birds of the ocean] — [Castle 
Rocks] — [Choppy sea] — [Falls of 
Minneliaha] — [Faun's paradise] — 
[Frog pond] — [Home of the trout] — 
[Incoming tide] — [Land's end] — 
[Lover's lane] — [Majesty of the 
gorge] — ■ [Mountain trail] — [Nature's 



cross] — [Nature's mirror] — [Oaks in 
autumn] — [October days] — [Old stone 
bridge] — [Passing storm] — [Peaks of 
Colorado] — [ Placid stream ] — [ Reced- 
ing tide] — [Roar of the surf] — 
[Siren's cove] — [Solitude] — [Sunrise 
in the glen] — [Through the birch- 
wood]— [Tolek Gorge]— [Winter] © 
Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 7; K 
174043-174073. 

Caseau (Chaeles Heney) New York. 

6310 
South Sea bath. © 1 c. June 8, 
1923 ; J 262381. 

Caverly (Howaed W.) and Haeeison 
(Paul E.) Lynn, Mass. 6311 

Combination drafting and measur- 
ing tool. © 1 c. May 1, 1923 ; I 7906. 

Chalmers (Harvey) & son., New 

York. 6312 

Purity pearls. © Feb. 16, 1923; 2 
c. Apr. 21 ; K 174398. 

Chamber of commerce, Nebraska City, 
Neb. 6313 

Nebraska City, Neb. © Mar. 22, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; K 173906. 

Chandler (Haeey A.) New York. 

6314 
New York (City) greater, bird's eye 
view. © Apr. 1, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 21; 
J 261295. 

Chandlee (L. A.) Memphis, Tenn. 

6315 
Co-operative profit-sharing invest- 
ment assn. © May 14, 1923 ; 2 c. June 
l; K 175619. 



Chase (Roland Dana) New York. 

6316, 6317 

New York (City) Washington arch. 
© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 27; J 
261170. 

Washington square. © Feb. 27, 

1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 27 ; J 261169. 

Cheney bros., New York. 6318-6323 

[6 prints] : 

[Attractive blouse of Cinderella 
printed crepe and accordeon-pleated 
skirt of frostkrepe, 3] — [Charming 
afternoon gown of Cinderella silk 
achieves smartness, etc., 5] — [Cinder- 
ella silk was used in the making up of 
this unusually smart gown. 2] — [Morn- 
ing frock of showerproof foulard. 4] — ■ 
[Of Egyptian inspiration is this lovely 
gown of Cinderella crepe, 6] — [Smart 
afternoon frock fashioned of Cinderella 
crepe de chine. 1] © Mar. 1, 1923; 
2 c. each Apr. 17 ; K 174081-17468(5. 

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6324 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 1& 



Chestee lace mills, New York. 



6324 



Smiling through Chester lace. © 
May 1, 1923 ; 2 c. May 3 ; K 174758. 

Chicago elevated eaileoads, Chicago. 

6325, 6326 

Columbus' ship. [3 sheet poster] © 
Apr. 24, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 30 ; K 175165. 

Washington park by the elevated 
lines. [3 sheet poster, 013857] © 
May 26, 1923 ; 2 c. June 1 ; K 175617. 

Chicago, Noeth Shoee & Milwaukee 
e. e., Chicago. 6327, 6328 

Golf by the North Shore line. © 

Apr. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. May 5 ; K 175067. 
Wisconsin resorts by the North 

Shore line. © May 17, 1923 ; 2 c. May 

21 ; K 175391. 

Chicago tribune, Chicago. 6329-7078 

After all the trouble we've had tun- 
ing the instrument, we should be care- 
ful who uses it. © June 9, 1923 ; 1 c. 
June 11 ; K 175834. 

American maneuvers. © May 7, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 10 ; K 175134. 

American society's proudest goal. 
© June 1, 1923 ; 1 c. June 4 ; K 175672. 

Among the folks in history, Mar. 
11-Apr. 29, May 6, May 13-June 10, 
1923. [Weekly] © Mar. 11-Apr. 29, 
May 6, May 13-June 10, 1923; 1 c. 
each Mar. 14-June 13; K 173458, 
173610, 174177, 174188, 174432, 174552, 
174801, 175140, 175322, 175516, 175565, 
175757, 175897. 

And after all the invitations they've 
sent us too. © Apr. 15, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 
21 ; K 174433. 

Anniversary. © May 1, 1923; 1 c. 
May 3 ; K 174825. 

Another reckless driver. © Mar. 9, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 14 ; K 173452. 

Anxious juggler. © May 3, 1923; 
1 c. May 8 ; K 175045. 

Apple blossom time in Europe. © 
June 2, 1923 ; 1 c. June 4 ; K 175664. 

April. © Apr. 8, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 12 ; 
K 174183. 

As between two evils. © Apr. 22, 
1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 27 ; K 174554. 

Beauty treatment. © May 19, 1923 ; 
1 c. May 21 ; K 175365. 

Better watch your clothes, Warren. 
© May 9, 1923 ; 1 c. May 11 ; K 175118. 

Bill Sikes and his dog. © May 24, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 26 ; K 175488. 

Bluffed. © May 28, 1923 ; 1 c. May 
31 ; K 175559. 



Bon voyage. © Apr. 17, 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 20 ; K 174410. 

Breaking the endurance dancing 
record. © Apr. 19, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 21 ; 
K 174418. 

Breaking up. © Mar. 10, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 14; K 173466. 

Call off the lions. © Mar. 31, 1923 ; 
1 c. Apr. 2 ; K 173925. 

Can't hang on and daren't let go. 
© May 1, 1923 ; 1 c. May 3 ; K 174823. 

Can't seem to interest them in big 
game. © June 5, 1923; 1 c. June 7; 
K 175777. 

Cartoons of the day, Apr. 18, 26, 
May 5, 19, 23, 31, 1923. [Daily] © 
Apr. 18, 26, May 5, 19, 23, 31, 1923; 
1 c. each Apr. 20- June 2; K 174381, 
174707, 175150, 175367, 175490, 175601. 

Changing world, Apr. 7, 14, 24, May 
4, 20, 29, 1923. [Weekly] © Apr. 7, 
14, 24, Mav 4, 20, 29, 1923; 1 c. each 
Apr. 9-May 31; K 174093, 174238, 
174539, 175038, 175514, 175574. 

Cheated. © May 13, 1923 ; 1 c. May 
17; K 175327. 

Chief trouble lies in the selection 
and distribution. © May 16, 1923; 1 
c. May 19 ; K 175380. 

Clothes don't make the man. © 
Apr. 8, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 12 ; K 174182. 

College item. © May 15, 1923 ; 1 c. 
May 17 ; K 175321. 

Contests. © Apr. 28, 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 30; K 174715. 

Counter explosion. © May 5, 1923 ; 
1 c. May 10 ; K 175148. 

Danger of lending Europe a hand. 
© May 17, 1923; 1 c. May 19; K 
175371. 

Does he expect to sell Uncle Sam 
after that demonstration. © Apr. 10, 
1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 14 ; K 174226. 

Drugged. © June 3, 1923 ; 1 c. June 
7; K 175763. 

Elephant balks. © Apr. 21, 1923; 
1 c. Apr. 27 ; K 174562. 

Enemies of labor. © Mar. 11, 1923 ; 
1 c. Mar. 14 ; K 173459. 

European marathon. © Apr. 21, 
1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 27 ; K 174558. 

For us the living. © May 30, 1923 ; 
1 c. June 2 ; K 175610. 

Forbidden chamber. © May 10, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 12 ; K 175215. 

Ford. © June 14, 1923; 1 c. June 
16 ; K 175991. 



126 



MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



no. 2, 1923 



7078 



French shadow. © Mar. 24, 1923; 
1 c. Mar. 26; K 173711. 

Gasoline alley, Mar. 9-24, 26- June 
15, 1923. [Daily.] © Mar. 9-24, 26- 
June 15, 1923 ; 1 c. each Mar. 14- June 
18 ; K 173438, 173451, 173456, 173465, 
173485, 173496. 173518, 173602, 173614, 
1736S2, 173688, 173694, 173708, 173715, 
173723, 173729, 173852, 173859, 173866, 
173872, 173912, 173922, 173960, 174029, 
174033, 174084, 174086, 174096, 174181, 
174187, 174189, 174215, 174216, 174231, 
174239, 174309, 174370, 174376, 174406, 
174415, 174423, 174431, 174524, 174535, 
174543, 174551, 174557, 174695, 174702, 
174710, 174791, 174800, 174818, 174829, 
175035, 175042, 175112, 175124. 175130, 
175139, 175146, 175213, 175236, 175244, 
175277, 175318, 175326, 175356, 175363, 
175368, 175379, 175469, 175474, 175485, 
175494, 175505, 175510, 175520, 175555, 
175564, 175569, 175600, 175607, 175660, 
175667, 175762, 175772, 175780, 175811, 
175819, 175831, 175836, 175894, 175901, 
175910, 175963, 175987, 175057. 

Get out your shock absorbers, 
Henry. The road gets rougher farther 
on. © June 6, 923; 1 c. June 8; 
K 175822. 

Growing child. © Mar. 11, 1923; 
1 c. Mar. 14; K 173457. 
Gumps, Mar. 9-24, 26-June 15, 1923. 
[Daily] © Mar. 9-24, 26-June 15, 
1923; 1 c. each Mar. 14-June 18; K 

173439, 173448, 173453 173460, 173486, 

173493, 173519, 173605, 173611, 173678, 

173685, 173692, 173706, 173712, 173720, 

173727, 173850, 172857, 173864, 173870, 

173914, 173919, 173958, 174027, 174036, 

174079, 174087, 174094, 174178, 174184, 
174192, 174219, 174221, 174234, 174242, 
174311, 174367. 174374, 174404, 174412, 
174421, 174428, 174526, 174532, 174540, 
174548, 174555, 174693, 174700, 174708, 
174797, 174804, 174819, 174827, 175032, 
175039, 175113, 175121, 17512S, 175136, 
175144, 175209, 175239, 175247, 175283, 
175315, 175323, 175353, 175361, 175375, 
175382, 175467, 175480, 175483, 175495, 
175501, 175511, 175517, 175553, 175561, 
175571, 175603, 175605, 175658, 175665, 
175759, 175766, 175774, 175817, 175825, 
175829, 175839, 175890, 175898, 175908, 
175964, 175985, 176063. 

Harold Teen, Mar. 9-24, 26-June 15, 
1923. [Daily] © Mar. 9-24, 26-June, 
15, 1923 ; 1 c. each Mar. 14-June 18 ; K 

173440, 173449, 173455, 173461, 173487, 

173494, 173520, 173606, 173613, 173079, 

173686, 173693, 173707, 173713, 173721, 

173728, 173851, 173858, 173S65, 173871, 

173915, 17392.0, 173959, 174028, 174037, 

174080, 174088, 174095, 174180, 1741 S6, 



174193, 
174312, 
174422, 
174550, 
174799, 
175040, 
175145, 
175316, 
175383, 
175502, 
175572, 
175761, 
175830, 
175965, 



174220, 
174368, 
174430, 
174556, 
174805, 
175114, 
175210, 
175325, 
175468, 
175512, 
175604, 
175667, 
175840, 
175986, 



174222, 
174375, 
174527, 
174694, 
174820, 
175122, 
175240, 
175354, 
175481, 
175519, 
175606, 
175775, 
175891, 
176064. 



174235, 
174405, 
174533, 
174701, 

174828, 
175129, 
175248, 
175362, 
175484, 
175554, 
175659, 
175818, 
175900, 



174243, 
174413, 
174541, 
174709, 
175033, 
175138, 
175284, 
175376, 
175496, 
175563, 
175666, 
175826, 
175909, 



He is now being urged to help them 
some more. © May 9, 1923 ; 1 c. May 
11; K 175119. 

He thinks he's St. Patrick. © Mar. 
17, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 23 ; K 173690. 

Heir at large, Mar. 12-June 11, 1923. 
[Weekly] © Mar. 12-June 11, 1923; 
1 c. each Mar. 14-June 13 ; K 173445, 
173609, 173877, 174040, 174196, 174310, 
174547, 174796, 175135. 175282, 175506, 
175560, 175771, 175887. 

Hi'm sorry hi 'it you so 'ard. © 
Apr. 6, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 9 ; K 174099. 

His only knocker. © Apr/ 4, 1923 ; 
1 c. Apr. 6; K 174032. 

His weakest point. © May 17, 1923 ; 
1 c. May 19; K 175373. 

Household exercise I. © Mar. 24, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 26 ; K 173710. 

II. © Mar. 30, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 

2, 1923; K 173916. 

III. © Apr. 7, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 

9; K 174089. 

IV. © Apr. 14, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 

16; K 174237. 

V. © Apr. 21, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 

27; K 174559. 

VI. © Apr. 28, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 

30; K 174714. 

VII. © May 5, 1923 ; 1 c. May 

10; K 175149. 

VIII. © May 12. 1923; 1 c. 

May 14 ; K 175241. 

IX. © May 19, 1923 ; 1 c. May 

21; K 175366. 

X. © May 26, 1923; 1 c. May 

2S; K 175475. 

XI. © June 2, 1923 ; 1 c. June 

4; K 175657. 

XII. © June 9. 1923 : 1 c. June 

11; K 175S33. 

If he wants speed lot's give it to 
him. © Apr. 24, 1923 : 1 c. Apr. 27 ; 
K 174538. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Chicago tribune — Continued. 

If Lord Roberts put some of the 
blame [etc] © Apr. 5, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 
7 ; K 174081. 

In disguise. © Apr. 25, 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 27 ; K 174529. 

In his element. © Apr. 19, 1923; 
1 c. Apr. 21 ; K 174417. 

Incoming trains. © June 3, 1923 ; 1 
c. June 7 ; K 175758. 

Indelible stain. © May 6, 1923 ; 1 c. 
May 10 ; K 175141. 

Inquiring reporter. © May 13, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 17 ; K 175328. 

Is he a determined bee? © June 12, 
1923; 1 c. June 14; K 175914. 

Isn't it about time we're getting 
down to earth. © May 22, 1923 ; 1 c. 
May 25 ; K 175499. 

It begins to look as though the new 
city administration means business. 
© May 22, 1923; 1 c. May 25; K 
175498. 

It doesn't take much of a forecaster 
[etc] © Mar. 28, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 30 ; 
K 173855. 

It's fortunate people's tastes don't 
all run in the same direction. © June 
12, 1923 ; 1 c. June 15 ; K 175970. 

It's funny how. © June 5, 1923 ; 1 c. 
June 7 ; K 175779. 

It's funny how quick we forget our 
lessons as soon as school is out. © 
May 4, 1923 ; 1 c. May 8 ; K 175037. 

It's getting so nowday's you can't 
depend much on labels. © Mar. 21, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 23 ; K 173697. 

It's getting to be unsafe [etc] © 
May 29, 1923 ; 1 c. May 31 ; K 175573. 

It's only the minnows, John. © 
Mar. 29, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 31 ; K 173862. 

It's sure to cause talk. © June 9, 
1923 ; 1 c. June 11 ; K 175835. 

It will be awkward when all his 
congregation get those exemption 
stars. © June 10, 1923 ; 1 c. June 13 ; 
K 175895.- 

Judging European controversies 
would be a sure way [etc] © Apr. 
25, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 27 ; K 174531. 

Judging the masterpieces. © Mar. 
27, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 29 ; K 173869. 

Justice removes her blindfold. © 
Mar. 15, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 17 ; K 173523. 

Keeping his hands out. © May 21, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 25 ; K 175507. 

Ladder holder strikes. © May 20, 
1923; 1 c. May 25; K 175515. 



Leave it to the ladies. © May 2, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 4 ; K 174832. 

Loaded dice. © Apr. 13, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 19 ; K 174372. 

Looking ahead. © Apr. 14, 1923 ; 
1 c. Apr. 16 ; K 174236. 

Magic wand. © Apr. 29, 1923 ; 1 c. 
May 2 ; K 174803. 

Marked men. © June 7, 1923 ; 1 c. 
June 9 ; K 175814. 

May. © May 6, 1923 ; 1 c. May 10 ; 
K 175142. 

Meet my family. © Apr. 13, 1923; 
1 c. Apr. 19 ; K 174373. 

Mr. Cox's chauffeur. © May 11, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 14 ; K 175251. 

Move over, uncle. © June 14, 1923 ; 
1 c. June 16 ; K 175990. 

Must be a desperate character. © 
Mar. 22, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 24 ; K 173732. 

Nearing the danger point. © Apr. 
7, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 9 ; K 174091. 

New baby in the flivver family. © 
May 8, 1923 ; 1 c. May 10 ; K 175127. 

Next presidential campaign promises 
to be a bitterly contentious one. © 
June 7, 1923 ; 1 c. June 9 ; K 175816. 

Next thing on the program. © June 

I, 1923 ; 1 c. June 4 ; K 175670. 

Not a brain cell workin', Mar. 21, 
Apr. 6, Apr. 27, May 4, 18, June 1, 15, 
1923. [Weekly] © Mar. 21, Apr. 6, 
Apr. 27, May 4, 18, June 1, 15. 1923; 
1 c. each Apr. 30- June 18; K 173696, 
174097, 174697, 175034, 175355, 175668, 
176058. 

Not a sprout in sight. © Apr. 26, 
1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 30 ; K 174705. 

One road he's interested in making 
good. © Mar. 20, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 26 ; 
K 173725. 

One sure winner in the mayoralty 
race. © Apr. 3, 1923; 1 c. Apr. 5; 
K 173964. 

Our better babies contest is proving 
a great success. © Mar. 14, 1923; 1 
c. Mar. 16; K 173497. 

Our future sea tales. © May 11, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 14 ; K 175249. 

Our obligation to Europe. © Apr. 
27, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 30 ; K 174699. 

Our secret ambitions, Mar. 12-June 

II, 1923. [Weekly] © Mar. 12-June 
11, 1923; 1 c. each Mar. 14- June 13; 
K 173443, 173607, 173875, 174038, 
174194, 174305, 174542, 174793, 175131, 
175278, 175508, 175558, 175768, 175889. 

Our six wars. © May 30, 1923; 
1 c. June 2 ; K 175611. » 



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no. 2. 1923 



7078 



Our weekly news circus. © June 
8, 1923 ; 1 c. June 11 ; K 175842. 

— Same. © June 15, 1923 ; 1 c. 
June 18 ; K 176061. 

Over the top, boys, and the best of 
luck. © June 10, 1923 ; 1 c. June 13 ; 
K 175896. 

Party" lines. © Apr. 12, 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 14; K 174246. 

Penalty of success. © Apr. 3, 1923 ; 
1 c. Apr. 5 ; K 173963. 

Pop and his music box. © May 10, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 12 ; K 175211. 

Pop and the hat shop. © Mar. 22, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 24 ; K 173731. 

Pop, and the national game. © 
May 24, 1923 ; 1 c. May 26 ; K 175487. 

Pop and the purp. © Apr. 5, 1923 ; 
1 c. Apr. 7 ; K 174083. 

Pop busts a resolution. © Apr. 26, 
1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 30 ; K 174704. 

Pop defied rules and regulations. © 
May 3, 1923 ; 1 c. May 8 ; K 175043. 

Pop gets tuned to the times. © 
May 17, 1923 ; 1 c. May 19 ; K 175372. 

Pop on June weddings. © June 7, 
1923 ; 1 c. June 9 ; K 175813. 

Pop, on pants. © May 31, 1923; 
1 c. June 2 ; K 175598. 

Pop plunges. © June 14, 1923; 1 
c. June 16 ; K 175989. 

Pop seeks something new. © Apr. 
12, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 14 ; K 174244. 

Pop sees the manager. © Apr. 19, 
1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 21 ; K 174414. 

Pop, the bird of intelligence. © 
Mar. 15, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 17 ; K 173522. 

Pop's work is never done. © Mar. 
29, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 31 ; K 173861. 

Progress. © May 12, 1923; 1 c. 
May 14 ; K 175242. 

Pro-leaguer reading Secretary 
Hughes' references to the league of na- 
tions. © May 18, 1923 ; 1 c. May 21 ; 
K 175359. 

Ready action picture. © Apr. 30, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 2 ; K 174794. 

Reception committee. © Mar. 30, 
1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 2 ; K 173918. 

Recreation becomes work when you 
get paid for it. © May 26, 1923 ; 1 c. 
May 28 ; K 175478. 

Red fox in Wisconsin. © Apr. 2, 
1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 6 ; K 174039. 

Reinforcement. © Mar. 13, 1923; 
1 c. Mar. 15 ; K 173941. 

Roll call. © Apr. 20, 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 23 ; K 174427. 



Rule of the gat. © June 11, 1923 ; 
1 c. June 13 ; K 175888. 

Safety suggestion for highway con- 
struction. © June 4, 1923; 1 c. June 
7 ; K 175769. 

Say, Donk, just where do we stand, 
anyway? © May 23, 1923; 1 c. May 
25 ; K 175491. 

Say, fellers, yer ma's callin'. © 
June 13, 1923 ; 1 c. June 15 ; K 175969. 

Self service in public service. © 
Apr. 11, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 14 ; K 174217. 

Signing the Versailles peace treaty. 
© May 27, 1923; 1 c. May 31; K 
175567. 

Smitty, Mar. 9, 10, 12-17, 19-24, 
26-31, Apr. 2-7, 9-14, 16-21, 23-28, 
30-May 5, 7-12, 14-19, 21-26, 28-June 
2, 4-9, 11-15. [Daily] © Mar. 9, 
10, 12-17, 19-24, 26-31, Apr. 2-7, 9-14, 
16-21, 23-28, 30-May 5, 7-12, 14-19, 
21-26, 28-June 2, 4-9, 11-15: 1 c. 
each Mar. 14-June 18; K 173441, 
173446, 173463, 173489, 173495, 173524, 
173603, 173681, 173684, 173691, 173705, 
173716, 173719, 173726, 173849, 173856, 
173863, 173873, 173913, 173923, 173961, 
174030, 174034, 174082, 174092, 174100, 
174190, 174212, 174223, 174233, 174241, 
174308, 174366, 174380, 174403, 174411, 
174420, 174530, 174534, 174545, 174561, 
174692, 174706, 174712, 174795, 174824, 
174826, 175031, 175041, 175116, 175120, 
175133, 175143, 175208, 175238, 175245, 
175281, 175314, 175352, 175360, 175370, 
175374, 175470, 175477, 175493, 175482, 
175504, 175509, 175556, 175568, 175596, 
175602, 175662, 175671, 175770, 175778, 
175815, 175823, 175832, 175837, 175S93, 
175907, 175967, 175984, 176060. 

Somebody call his station. © Mar. 
10, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 14; K 173464. 

Somebdoy proposes building a $5,- 
000,000 island just beyond the 3 mile 
limit. © May 25, 1923 ; 1 c. May 28 ; 
K 175473. 

South Will soon be demanding re- 
striction of migration of its labor. © 
May 10, 1923; 1 c. May 12; K 175214. 

Springtime. © Apr. 20, 1923: 1 c. 
Apr. 23; K 174426. 

Still chasing himself, (c) Apr. 27, 
1923: 1 c. Apr. 30: K 174698. 

Still hoping to hatch something. © 
Apr. 11, 1923: 1 c. Apr. 14; K 174214. 

Stories of government waste and 
extravagance take practically all the 
joy out of payiner taxes. © June 15, 
1923; 1 c. June IS: K 176002. 

Storm. © Apr. 18. 1923: 1 e. Apr. 
20 : K 174379. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Chicago tribute— Continued. 

Strain on the family tie, Mar. 13- 
Apr. 3-June 12, 1923 [Weekly] © 
Mar. 13-Apr. 3-June 12, 1923; 1 c. 
each Mar. 15- June 14; K 173490, 
173722, 173868, 173962, 174224, 174408. 
174537, 174821, 175123, 175317. 175500, 
175552, 175776, 175912. 

Strike germ and the vacation germ 
are close relations. © June 6, 1923 ; 
1 c. June 8 ; K 175824. 

Sunk so low. © Apr. 16, 1923; 
1 c. Apr. 18; K 174307. 

Supreme court's liquor decision. © 
May 2, 1923 ; 1 c. May 4 ; K 174833. 

Tender hearted souls are still in- 
sisting upon a sacrifice to Europe. © 
Apr. 28, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 30 ; K 174713. 

That breathless moment. © June 
12, 1923 ; 1 c. June 14 ; K 175913. 

That window is closed. Anything 
this department can do for you? © 
June 2, 1923 ; 1 c. June 4 ; K 175663. 

There doesn't seem to be any ap- 
parent reason why he should be so 
pessimistic. © May 24, 1923; 1 c. 
May 26 ; K 175489. 

They need it but don't follow it. 
© June 8, 1923; 1 c. June 11; K 
175S43. 

They tell us the big explosion [etc] 
©May 27, 1923; 1 c. May 31; K 
175566. 

Time to be looking ahead. © May 
11, 1923 ; 1 c. May 14 ; K 175250. 

To be continued. © Apr. 17, 1923; 
1 c. Apr. 20 ; K 174409. 

To the highest bidder. © Apr. 5, 
1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 7 ; K 174078. 

Tombs of the trees. © May 16. 
1923 ; 1 c. May 19 ; K 175381. 

Uncle Sam and his selfish isola- 
tion. © Apr. 15. 1923; 1 c. Apr. 21; 
K 174434. 

Under the circumstances. © Apr. 
22, 1923; lc. Apr... 27; K 174553. 

Valuing an old masterpiece. © 
May 26, 1923 ; 1 c. May 28 ; K 175479. 

Watch the step. © May 14, 1923; 
1 c. May 16; K 175280. 

We might be able to form some kind 
of an opinion [etc] © Mar. 18, 1923 ; 
1 c. Mar. 22 ; K 173615. 

Well that's over. © Mar. 16, 1923 : 
1 c. Mar. 24 ; K 173683. 

What's wrong here? © Apr. 12, 
1923; 1 c. Apr. 14; K 174245. 



When pack up day comes on Sun- 
day. © Apr. 29, 1923; 1 c. May 2; 
K 174802. 

When the streets of a great modern 
city will be safe. © May 12, 1923; 
1 c. May 14; K 175243. 

When words fail you, Mar. 17, 31, 
Apr. 13, 20, May 25, June 8, 1923. 
[Weekly] © Mar. 17. 31, Apr. 13, 
20, May 25, June 8, 1923: Mar. 17- 
June 8; K 173687, 173921, 174369, 
174425, 175466, 175841. 

Where the trail leads. © Apr. 23, 
1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 27 ; K 174546. 

Which road? © June 3, 1923; 1 c. 
June 7; K 175764. 

Which shall it be? © Mar. 23, 1923 ; 
1 c. Mar. 26; K 173718. 

Why Small wants good roads. © 
May 18, 1923 ; 1 c. May 21 ; K 175358. 

Winnie Winkle, the breadwinner, 
Mar. 9-24, 26- June 15, 1923. [Dailv] 
© Mar. 9-24, 26- June 15, 1923; 1 c. 
each Mar. 14- June 18 ; K 173442, 173- 
447, 173454, 173462, 173488, 173508, 
173521, 173604, 173612, 173680, 173689, 
173695, 173709, 175717, 173724, 173730, 
173853, 173860, 173867, 173874, 173917, 
173924, 173957, 174026, 174035, 174085, 
174090, 174098, 174179, 174185, 174191, 
174211, 174218, 174232, 174240, 174306, 
174371, 174377, 174407, 174416, 174424, 
174429, 174525, 174536, 174544, 174549, 
174560. 174696. 174703, 174711, 174792, 
174798, 174822, 174830, 175036, 175044, 
175115, 175125, 175132, 175137. 175147, 
175212, 175237, 175246, 175279, 175319, 
175324, 175357, 175364, 175369, 175378, 
175471, 175476, 175486, 175497, 175503, 
175513, 175518, 175557, 175562, 175570, 
175597, 175608, 175661, 175669, 175760, 
175765. 175773, 175812, 175821, 175828. 
175S38. 175892, 175899, 175911, 175966, 
175988, 176059. 

Winter's trash doesn't melt. © Mar. 
16, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 24; K 173677. 

Wonder what those neighbors Mho 
furnished so much advice [etc] © 
May 8, 1923 ; 1 c. May 10 ; K 175126. 

Won't somebody explain to the little 
gentleman. © Apr. 9, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 
12; K 174195. 

Work of little Joe Worry, Mar. 12- 
26, Apr. 10, May 15, 25, 1923. 
[Weekly] © Mar. 12-26. Apr. 10, May 
15, 25. 1923 ; 1 c. each Mar. 14-May 28 ; 
K 173444, 173608, 173876, 174225. 175- 
320, 175472. 

World court. © Apr. 6. 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 9; K 174101. 



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no. 2, 1923 



7129 



Wotta life, wotta life, Mar. 9-13, 
1923. [Weekly] © Mar. 9-June 13, 
1923: 1 c. each Mar. 14- June 15; K 
173450, 173492, 173714, 173854, 174031, 
174213, 174378, 174528, 174831, 175117, 
175377, 175492, 175609, 175820, 175968. 

You'd think after a few such occur- 
rences they'd make up and be friends. 
© May 31, 1923 ; 1 c. June 2 ; K 175599. 

Clark (Wm. Emmons) Grand Rapids, 

Mich. 7079 

Life is just one thing after another. 

© May 18, 1923 ; 1 c. June 2 ; K 175585. 

Claek music co., Syracuse, N. Y. 

7080-7083 
Listening in © Feb. 18, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 28; J 260767. 

[3 photographs] : 

Radio concert. — Radio girl. — Sunday 
service, shut-in's. © Mar. 18, 1923 ; 2 
c. each Mar. 28; J 260766, 260768, 
260769. 

Clauser (John M.) St. Louis. 7084 
Melting points of Hettinger's casting 
golds. [Blueprint] © Mar. 22, 1923; 
1 c. June 2 ; 1 c. June 20 ; I 8117 

Clay (Henry) Seattle. 7085 

Easter flowers. © Apr. 1, 1923; 2 
c. May 3 ; J 261524. 

Coffman const, co., Denver. 7086, 7087 
Double terrace plan, 52. [6 sheets, 

blueprints] © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923; I 

7737. 

Plan 51, [4 sheets, blueprints] © 1 

c. Feb. 17, 1923; I 7736. 

Cohen (Charles M.) Washington. 

7088 
Noble at the capitol. © Apr. 30, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 30 ; J 261470. 

Colby (J. M.) Wausau, Wis. 7089- 

7108 

Marathon paper mills and Roth- 
schilds village near Wausau, Wis., 
0122. © May 26. 1923 ; 2 c. June 1 ; 
J 261910. 

Wausau, Wis., an attractive resi- 
dence, 1322. © May 26, 1923; 2 c. 
June 1 ; J 261911. 

Wausau. Wis. 

Business and professional women's 
club, 1722.— Clinton St., 1022.— Foun- 
tain in city park, 0322. — Marathon 
County normal school bldgs., 0222. — 
Marathon park scene, 1822. — St. 
Mary's hospital, 1522. — Third st. north 
from Scott St., 0722.— Where Big Bull 

57686—23 4 



Falls once roared, 1422. © May 25, 
1923; 2 c. each June 1; J 261909, 
261912-261918. 

[10 photographs] : 

Giant of the brook, nine pound 
brown trout, C 0123.— Neillsville, Wis., 
armo^, 0522.— Neillsville, Wis., at- 
tractive scene, 0122. — Neillsville, Wis., 
high school and another schol, 0222. — 
Neillsville, Wis., library, 0422.— Neills- 
ville, Wis., north on Hewitt St., 0622.— 
Nice catch, five lake trout, a pike and 
a bass, X22. — Royalty of cold waters, 
rainbow trout, 0223. — Sayner, Wis., 
beach at Musky inn, 0722. — Spoils of 
the gun, mallards and wild goose, 
0123. © May 25, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 
1 ; J 261919-261928. 

Cole metal products co., inc., New 
York. 7109 

[Cole metal products co., inc., data 
sheet] © June 16, 1923; 2 c. June 
30 ; I 8129. 

Colgate & co., New York. 7110-7112 
Gay spring flower frocks are kept 

soft and colorful [etc] © Apr. 3, 

1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; K 174816. 

Rompers and every day clothes [etc] 

© May 1, 1923 ; 2 c. May 12 ; K 175207. 
When you choose your perfume [etc] 

© Apr. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; K 174817. 

Collman (Herman J.) Norwalk, O. 

7113 
One of the first Edison talking ma- 
chines. © Apr. 4, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 5; 
J 261054. 

Collyer (Lowell H.) Rushville. Ind. 

7114 
Phillips (Herman) interscholastic 
mile champion. © May 26, 1923; 2 
c. May 28 ; J 261885. 

Colt, Wall & Bethel com. co., South 
St. Joseph, Mo. 7115 

Colt, Wall & Bethel commission co. 
[Letterhead. 1] © Feb. 20, 1923; 2 
c. Mar. 8 ; K 173544. 

Co-Mo co., Minneapolis. 7116-7129 

Kilbourn, Wis., Dells of the Wiscon- 
sin : 

Boat landing, H 436, H 437.— Chap- 
pel Gorge, H 450.— Dells inn. H 447.— 
Glen Erie, H 445.— Hi eh Hock. H 448. 
— Le Roy Gates, H 401, H 444.— Nar- 
rows. H 441.— Navy Yards. H 442 — 
Rattle Snake Rock. H 440.— River, H 
446.— Romance Cliff, H 470.— Swal- 
low's Home, H 449. © Apr. 24, 1923; 
2 c. each Apr. 27; J 261406-201419. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



CONCORDIA SEMINARY, St. Louis. 

7130, 7131 
St. Louis, Mo., Concordia seminar y, 
group 1, 2. © June 7, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
June 9 ; K 176179, 176180. 

Cook (Roy Herbert) Klamath Falls, 
Or. 7132 

Crater Lake, Or., 23. © Jan. 25, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; J 261238. 

Cooke (B. W.) Chicago. 7133 

Coal pile to consumer. [Blueprint] 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 14; I 7883. 

Cooperative calendar co., Buffalo. 

7134-7137 

[4 prints] : 

There will be a meeting [etc., 2] — 
What, when, where [etc., 4] — You are 
cordially invited [etc., 3] — Your at- 
tendance at the [etc., 1] © Apr. 12, 
1923; 2 c. each Apr. 16; K 174258- 
174261. 

Corlett aeromap co., Cleveland. 

7138, 7139 

Cleveland, O., downtown, aeromap. 
© June 9, 1923; 2 c. June 13; J 
262319. 

[Setting table for B. & L. protar, 
3130975-3167414] © 1 c. Apr. 11, 
1923 ; I 7911. 

Cosmopolitan print dept., New York. 

7140 
Alice in wonderland. © Mar. 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 19 ; K 173513. 

Coutant (Harry) Brooklyn. 7141 

Glen Head, N. Y„ garage and stables. 

© June 4, 1923 ; 2 c. June 6 ; J 262215. 

Cox (Robert L.) Miami, Fla. 

7142, 7143 
Harding {President) on the Pioneer, 
at Miami, Fla. © Mar. 16, 1923; 2 
c. Apr. 3; J 260978. 

and Mrs. Harding, at Miami, 

Fla. © Mar. 16, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 3; 
J 260977. 

Ceandall (Harrison R.) Moran, Wy. 

7144-7159 

Tetons in silhouette, 46. © Feb. 
1, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; J 259728. 

[7 photographs] : 

Elk herd in Jackson Hole, 578. — 
Jenny Lake in mid-winter, 581. — 
Tetons and Jenny Lake, after a storm, 
577. — Tetons in winter, 575. — Tetons 
on a bright winter day, 579. — Winter 
day in Jackson Hole, 576. — Winter in 
the Tetons, 580. © May 1, 1923; 2 
c. each May 22 ; J 261744-261750. 



[8 photographs] : 

Doe and her young, 529. — From 
daisy fields to glacier covered peaks, 
531. — Icy waters of Glacier Canyon, 
530. — Lower falls of the Yellowstone, 
310.— Moran (Mt.) from Elk Island, 
514. — Moran (Mt.) towering above the 
clouds, 532. — Not an eruption, just 
clouds, 534. — Teton reflections, 537. © 
Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 29; J 
259724-259727, 259729-259732. 

Cress, Dale photo co., Seattle. 

7160-7162 

[3 photographs] : 

Four varieties of timber of the Pa- 
cific northwest. — Jackson {Mrs. Ethel 
Chrisman) . — Manufacturing douglas 
fir. spruce and western hemlock lum- 
ber in the Pacific northwest. © Apr. 
2, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 9; J 261115- 
261117. 

Crosbie (Charles Andrew) Berkeley, 
Calif. 7163 

Production stimulator. © Mar. 23, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; I 7816. 

Crosby (Florence L.) Paterson. 

7164 
Amalfi. © June 12, 1923 ; 2 c. June 
20 ; J 262428. 

Cross & Dimmitt, Portland, Or. 

7165-7198 

[34 photographs] : 

Adams (Mt.) A, B. — Apple or- 
chard. — Cascade Range. — Columbia 
George, A, B. — Columb'a River — 
Columbia River highway. — Columbus 
tree. — Hood (Mt. ) — Inspiration Pt. — 
Mitchel's Pt. — Narada Falls. ■ — Nis- 
qually Glacier. — Rainier (Mt.) A-E. — 
Seaside, A-E. — Seaside hotel, A-C. — ■ 
Sleep ng Beauty. — Sluiskin Falls, A, 
B. — Tatoosh Range — T llamook 
Head.— Trails end.— Wind Mt. © 
Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. each June 6; J 
262216-262249. 

Crowley (Geo. W.) v Philadelphia. 

7199 
On to Broadway. © Feb. 21, 1923 ; 
2 c. Mar. 27 ; K 173970. 

Curtis (W. C.) and Curtis (Gertrude 
K.) Seattle. 7200 

Porcupine River. © July 6, 1922; 
2 c. Feb. 3, 1923 ; J 261385. 

Cusack (Thos.) co., Chicago. 

7201-7213 
Checking account is a check on ac- 
counts. [24 sheet poster, 90] © Feb. 
17, 1923 ; 2 c. May 25 ; K 175449. 



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7251 



Don't be guided by price alone. [24 
sheet poster, 111] © Apr. 20, 1923; 
2 c. May 25 ; K 175448. 

[Haberdasher, 24 sheet poster, 95] 
© Apr. 5, 1923 I 2 c. May 25 ; K 175451. 

[Put your money to work. 24 sheet 
poster, 84] © Feb. 17, 1923 ; 2 c. May 
25 ; K 175452. 

Save by buying wisely. [24 sheet 
poster, 113] © Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. 
May 25 ; K 175447. 

[Spring style. 24 sheet poster, 89] 
© Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c. May 25; K 
175450. 

[24 sheet poster] : 

Depend on ice in all weather, 3. — 
Fight the filthy fly, use plenty of ice, 
7. — Ice saves food, 2. — Keep food fresh, 
protect its purity, 1. — Make food more 
appetizing with ice, 6. — Save your 
food with ice, 5. — Use ice now, 4. © 
Dec. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. each May 25, 1923 ; 
K 175440-175446. 

Cuthbertson ( Haeey B.) Cambridge, 
Mass. 7214-7216 

Cambridge, Mass., Massachusetts in- 
stitute of technology. © Jan. 1, 1923 ; 
2 c. Mar. 6 ; J 260667. 

at night, A, B. © June 

11, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 15 ; J 262338, 
262339. 

Dail (Harry Woolford) New York. 

7217-7233 

Dail's vaccinator, book of life. © 
May 10, 1923 ; 2 c. May 11 ; K 175546. 

Dail's vaticinator: 

Dail's vaticinator. — Great Gypsy 
fortune telling game. — Great Gypsy 
fortune telling game, book of life. © 
Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 19; K 
169669-169671. 

[13 prints] : 

DaTs vaticinator. — [Jack of 
clubs] — [Jack of diamonds] — [Jack of 
hearts] — [Jack of spades] — [King of 
clubs] — [King of diamonds] — [King of 
hearts] — [King of spades] — [Queen of 
clubs] — [Queen of diamonds] — [Queen 
of hearts] — [Queen of spades] © May 
10, 1923 ; 2 c. each May 11 ; K 175166- 
175178. 

Daily journal co., Peoria, 111. 7234 
Lane (Mrs. French Lee) © Apr. 
1, 1923; 1 c. Apr. 7; K 174507. 



D'Allemand 
Neb. 



( Marion ) 



Arapahoe, 
7235 

Sunrise on the Platte. © Nov. 1, 
1922; 2 c. Apr. 13; J 261236. 



Daniel (Chas. O.) and Huddleston 
(F. M.) Los Angeles. 7236 

Long Beach, Calif. © May 1, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 8 ; J 261573. 

Danifjls ( Harry ) Chicago. 

7237-7241 
Darwin theory of evolution, from 
heredity to temperments, metaphor 
system in colors, numbers and lan- 
guages. © Mar. 13, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 
15 ; I 7775. 

Helm's angle in metaphor system. 
© Mar. 23, 1923 I 2 c. Mar. 24 ; I 7813. 

Metaphor theory of evolution, from 
heredity to environments, metaphor 
system in colors, numbers and lan- 
guages. © Mar. 13, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 

15 ; I 7774. 

5 : mentality, metaphor system in 
color's, number's, language's. © June 
9, 1923 ; 2 c. June 15 ; I 8086. 

5 : 1 mentality, metaphor system in 
color's, number's, language's. © June 
9, 1923 ; 2 c. June 15 ; I 8087. 

Darce (Clifford) Seattle. 7242 

Darce's astro-physical chart. [Blue- 
print] © Mav 1, 1923 ; 1 c. May 16 ; 
1 c. June 6 ; I 8069. 

Darling (Carl C.) Ashland, Or. 

7243, 7244 
Ashland, Or., Chautauqua bldg. © 
Mar. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 3 ; J 261387. 

Women's civic club bldg. © May 

26, 1923 ; 2 c. June 7 ; J 262257. 

Darrington (Charles A.) Davenport, 
la. 7245 

Cause of diseases [etc] © Feb. 3, 

1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; K 173975. 

Davis (Charles Gerard) Washing- 
ton. 7246-7250 
Alliance (U. S. S.) training ship. 

[Plans] © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1923 ; I 7912. 

[4 drawings] : 

John Adams (18 gun sloop of war) 
plans. — John Adams (IS gun sloop of 
war) sail plan. — Ohio (U. S. S. of the 
line) plans. — Ohio (74 gun ship of the 
line) sail plan. © 1 c. each Mav 3, 
1923 ; I 7913, 7914, 791S, 7919. 

Davis (David E.) Manhattan. Kan. 

7251 

Tuberculous cow and her products. 

© May 1, 1923 ; 2 c. May 7 : K 174917. 



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pt. IV, IL S., V. 18 



Davis (Eugene) Alton, 111. 7252,7253 

Does your wife buy at home? © 

May 17, 1923 ; 2 c. May 19 ; K 175339 

Short feeding the producer. © May 
23, 1923 ; 2 c. May 25 ; K 175428. 

Davis (John Adams) New York. 

7254 
Official army trials of Wright Dor- 
mer plane. © Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 26 ; J 260749. 

Davis (Susan Lawrence) Athens, 
Ala. 7255-7257 

[3 photographs] : 

Cove where first regulator Ku klux 
Man was organized, 1866, 3 miles of 
Athens, Ala., Decature road. — Pu- 
laski, Tenn, hill on which stood the 
storm- wrecked home of Dr. Benjamin 
Carter, the permanent headquarters of 
the Ku klux klan. — Pulaski, Tenn., 
home of Thomas Martin, original Ku 
klux klan meeting place in 1866. © 
Feb. 9. 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 9; J 
259923, 259925, 259926. 

Davis (Susan Lawrence) and Bush 
(Maegaeet Cage) Athens, Ala. 

7258/7259 
Ladies desk given Mrs. Wm. H. Wal- 
lace by her former slave John Wal- 
lace. © Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; 
J 259922. 

Union, S. C. home of Wm. H. Wal- 
lace, who organized the Wallace house 
and saved the South. © Feb. 9, 1923 ; 
2 c. Feb. 9-; J 259924. 

Davis & Sanfoed, New York. 

7260-7272 

Armstrong (Elizabeth) A. © May 
14, 1923 ; 2 c. May 23 ; J 261761. 

B. © May 15, 1923 ; 2 c. May 

23 ; J 261762. 

Boillen (Mrs. James) jr. © May 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 8 ; J 261595. 

Bonaparte (Mrs. J. Napoleon) © 
Apr. 30, 1923 ; 2 c. May 8 ; J 261597. 

Gans (Mrs. Howard) © May 8, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 12 ; J 261610. 

Houvill (Winifred) © May 2, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 8 ; J 261594. 

Hoyne (Lucille) © May 30, 1923; 
2 c. June 7 ; J 262277. 

Mars (V.) B. © May 7, 1923; 2 c. 
May 12; J 261613. 

Mulliall (B.) © Mar. 7, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 12 ; J 260945. 

Murray (Mrs. Charles) © May 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 8 ; J 261596. 



[3 photographs] : 

Hine (Mrs. Lyman) — Mars (V.) A. 
— Weil (Mrs. Wm. H.) © May 6, 
1923; 2 c. each May 12; J 261609, 
261611, 261612. 

Dayton academy of optometry, Day- 
ton. O. 7273 
Member, Dayton academy of optome- 
try. © Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; 

1 7788. 

Dean (Alfred a M.) Newton Center, 
Mass. 7274-7288 

[15 prints] : 

All joy and jolitie [etc] 45. — And 
all the bells on earth shall ring [etc] 
41. — And the Christmas was glad [etc] 
37. — As radiant as the snow-clad pine 
[etc] 47. — As stars at night shed 
happy light [etc] 39. — Christmas gift, 
in hut and hall at even fall [etc] 50. — 
Happy Christmas to you. [Bambino, 
38] — If memories were candles [etc] 
48. — May all that thou wishest [etc] 
43. — May Christmas be a merry one to 
you [etc] 46. — May the joy of Christ- 
mas day [etc] 40. — Oh my heart sings 
a carol gay [etc] 42. — Oh sing a carol 
joyfully [etc] 44. — We may build 
more habitations [etc] 49. — When 
mother love [etc]. © Feb. 15, 1923; 

2 c. each May 3 ; K 174775-174789. 

De Besa (Loeenzo S.) St. Louis, Mo. 

7289 

Liberty system of industrial loans. 

© Feb. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; K 172884. 

De Lano (Geoege E.) Los Angeles. 

7290 
New Jerusalem, capital of the na- 
tions. © 1 c. May 19, 1923 ; J 261670. 

De Tahy (Joannes) Staten Island, 
N. Y. 7291 

[Mermaids] © May 21, 1923; 2 c. 
May 9 ; K 176071. 

Detroit pub. co., Detroit. 7292-7295 
Mayflower: by A. C. Needham, 

028072. © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 

1923; J 260792. 
[4 photographs] : 
Graphic art; by Edwin H. Blash- 

field, 048283.— Music ; by Edwin H. 

Blashfield, 04S284— Poetry ; by Edwin 

H. Blashfield. 048285. © Feb. 1, 1923 ; 

2 c. each Mar. 31 ; J 260793-260795. 

Deteoit stoker co., Detroit. 

7296, 7297 
Annual production of electric power 
and consumption of fuel by public 
utility power plants for year 1920, 
chart 2. [Blueprint] © May 25, 1923 ; 
2 c. ~ 



May 28; I 8018. 



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no. 2, 1923 



7343 



Chart of monthly activity in stoker 
and boiler business compared to re- 
lated industries, chart 1. [Blueprint] 
© May 25. 1923 ; 2 c. May 28 ; I 8017. 

Diamond eadio co., Kendallville, Ind. 

7298 

[Wireless telephone detector set. 

Blueprint] © 1 c. May 11, 1923; 

1 7930. 

Dickeson (Tessie F. ) Shreveport, La. 

7299, 7300 
Louisiana art colony. A, B. © 
Apr. 4. 1923; 2 c. each May 7; J 
261540, 261541. 

Dickesons studio, Shreveport, La. 

7301-7305 

Gillespie (Mary) America's Pavlo- 

wa, 1-5. © Apr. 10, 1923; 1 c. each 

Apr. 27; 1 c. each May 7; J 261579- 

261583. 

Dickinson (Alice Margaret) Mon- 
treat, N. C. 7306-7310 

Brushy, after an ice storm. © Aug. 
1, 1922 ; 2 c. Mar. 28, 1923 ; J 261281. 

Lake in winter. © Aug. 1, 1922; 

2 c. Mar. 28, 1923 ; J 261282. 

Little touch of winter on the moun- 
tains. © Mar. 21, 1923 ; 2 c. May 28 ; 
J 261279. 

Montreat, N. C, auditorium, detail. 
© Aug. 30, 1922; 2 c. Mar. 28, 1923; 
J 261280. 

main entrance. © Oct. 2, 1922 ; 

2 c. Mar. 22, .1923 ; J 260675. 

Diemer (Melvin E.) Madison, Wis. 

7311 

Madison, Wis., univ. of Wis., cam- 
pus, airplane photo. © May 15, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 24 ; J 261854. 

Dimick (Edwin Temple) Kansas City, 

Mo. 7312 

Dimick's (E. T.) directing and 

safety signal. [4 sheets, blueprints] 

© Mar. 12. 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 22 ; I 7827. 

Dodge beos., Detroit. 7313-7319 

Dodge bros. touring car. [Man 
driving, woman in rear seat] © June 
3, 1923 ; 2 c. June 14 ; K 175902. 

[Man in car, boy standing by 

letter box] © Apr. 11, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 
14 ; K 174209. 

['Three people in car and young 

woman standing at side] © Apr. 2. 
1923; 2 c. Apr. 4; K 174288. 



[3 people in car, young girl 

standing at rear] © Apr. 18, 1923; 
2 c. Apr. 21 ; K 174401. 

[Showing man in car and little 

boy with boat standing at the side] 
© Apr. 30, 1923 ; 2 c. May 4 ; K 174839. 

[Dodge touring car, showing bath- 
ing beach, etc ! © June 15, 1923 ; 2 c. 
June 20 ; K 176089. 

[with girl driving and man 

standing at side of the car] © May 
1, 1923 ; 2 c. May 4 ; K 174838. 

D'Oi.ier (Henry) jr., Bridgeport, 
Conn. 7320-7322: 

Ben-ox keyless sockets and threaded- 
holders for enclosing glass. © Mar,. 
22, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; I 7812. 

Notice the lighting equipment in. the 1 
home. © Mar. 16, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; 

1 7810. 

Position of enclosing glass, lamp- 
holder and socket. © Mar. 21, 1923 :; 

2 c. Mar. 23; I 781L 



Donaldson lithographing co., New- 
port, Ky. 7323-7343 

[10 prints] : 

Built to endure. [16 sheet poster, 
5033]— [Butter. 6 sheet poster, 5021? — 
[Electric. 24 sheet poster, 4922] — 
Electrify. Make your home comfort- 
able [etc. 24 sheet poster, 4921] — 
February sale, now on. [12 sheet, 
poster, 5008] — [Furniture. 12 sheet 
poster, 5018] — [Ice cream. 14 sheet 
poster, 4947] — Safeguard valuables in 
a safe-deposit box. [16 sheet poster, 
5020] — Whenever he's hungry. [6 
sheet poster, 4973] — Wherever they 
serve the best. [14 sheet poster, 4946] 
© Apr. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 25; 
K 174489-174498. 

[11 prints] : 

Afternoon banquet. [6 sheet pos- 
ter, 5034] — [Dairy. 6 sheet poster. 
5036] — Draperies. [15 sheet poster, 
5048] — [Dry cleaning. 15 sheet pos- 
ter, 5022] — Fragrant as spring. [6 
sheet poster, 5031] — [Furniture. 12 
sheet poster, 5032, 5044] — Install more 
convenience outlets, do it electri- 
cally. — [24 sheet poster. 4930]— 
Kiddies favorite. [14 sheet poster. 
4950] — Saving increases the jov of 
honest toil. [16 sheet poster. 5047] — 
Take home a treat. [14 sheet poster. 
4948] © May 1. 1923; 2 c. each May 
28; K 175453-175403. 



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Donnelly (Reuben H.) cokp., Chi- 
cago. 7344-7345 
Brides book series, 50, 51. © Mar. 
24, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 28 ; J 260764, 

260765. 

Donnelly (Chaeles Douglass) Mt. 

View, N. J. , 7346-7351 

Mt. View, N. J., Hoffman tract, 

camping. © Aug. 1, 1921 ; 2 c. Apr. 

19, 1923; J 261286. 

Morris canal and Pequannock 

Ever. © Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 19; 
J 261285. 

Pequannock River, 1. © Aug. 1, 

1921; 2 c. Apr. 19, 1923; J 261289. 

2. © July 1, 1922; 2 c. 

Apr. 19, 1923; J 261288. 

Public school. © Feb. 1, 1922; 

2 c. Apr. 19, 1923; J 261290. 

volunteer fire dept. no. 1. © 

Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Apr. 19, 1923; 
J 2612S7. 

Donneeberg (Fred W. ) Hood River, 

Or. 7352 

Hood (Mt.) from Cloud Cap inn, 

Hood River, Or. © June 11, 1923; 

2 c. June 18; J 262384. 

Doolan (Michael J.) Chicago. 7353 
O Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy 
on us. © Apr. 3, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 16; 
K 174257. 

Douglass (H. M.) Bridal Veil, Or. 

7354-7357 

Dawn from Larch Mt. © Jan. 4, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; J 261154. 

Hood (Mt.) and the Pinacle from 
Larch Mt., 3. © Apr. 14, 1923; 2 c. 
May 14; J 261639. 

from Larch Mt., snow scene. © 

Dec. 14, 1922; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1923; 
J 261155. 

Larch Mt. in winter, 4. © Apr. 29, 
1923 ; 2 c. "May 14 ; J 261638. 

Dow (Louis F.) co., St. Paul. 

735&-7369 

Honeymoon of Tommy Hawk and 

Winnie Bago, M 23701-M 23712. © 

Feb. 18, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 14; 

K 174265-174276. 

Dow, Jones & co., New York. 

7370-7374 

Monthly high and low averages. © 
June 15, 1923 ; 1 c. June 19 ; I 8090. 

Monthly sales mail order houses. 
© May 4, 1923 ; 1 c. May 7 ; I 7940. 



Stock averages daily, 1921, 1922, 
1923. © June 14, 1923 ; 1 c. June 18 ; 

I 8088. 

U. S. pig iron production by years, 
1867-1922. © Mar. 15, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 19; I 778'6. 

40 bonds, high and low average and 
index by months. © May 24, 1923; 

1 c. June 2 ; I 8027. 

Drake (Jesse A.) Cleveland. 7375 

[Design for phonograph cabinet 

with center seat. Blueprint] © 1 c. 
Mar. 21, 1923; I 7795. 

Drescher (John) co., inc., New York. 

7376-7379 
[Arcadia] © May 29, 1923; 2 c. 
May 31 ; K 175551. 

[Scout] © May 29, 1923; 2 c. May 
31; K 175550. 

[Thinker; by Rodin] © Mar. 23, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; K 173675. 

This side of paradise. © Apr. 16, 
1923; 2 c. Apr. 17; K 174264. 

Drown (Wilbur F.) Washington. 

7380 
Three ring wheel of fortune. © 
May 17 1923; 2 c. May 19; I 8019. 

DuBoice (Boice) Weehawken, N. J. 

7381-7383 
[3 prints] : 

Covetous hands are always ready. — 
It was an embarrassing moment. — 
You have a family doctor; also a 
family lawyer. © Apr. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
each May 28; K 175432-175434. 

Duffey (J. Humbird) Baltimore. 

7384-7387 
Chimes of Normandy, by Plan- 
quette, condensed version. © May 8, 
1923; 2 c. June 7; J 262261. 

Gondoliers, by Gilbert and Sullivan, 
condensed version. © May 15, 1923; 

2 c. June 7; J 262258. 

Mikado, by Gilbert and Sullivan, 
condensed version. © May 22, 1923; 
2 c. June 7 ; J 262259. 

Pianafore, by Gilbert and Sullivan, 
condensed version. © June 1, 1923; 
2 c. June 7; J 262260. 

Duffus silver fox co., New York. 

7388, 7389 

Duffus frost. © Apr. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 28 ; K 175075. 

[Duffus grading chart] © Apr. 15, 
1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1923 ; K 175076. 



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'427 



Duncan (Howard F.) Champaign. 111. 

7390, 7391 
Illinois (Univ. of) varsity baseball 
team. © June 11, 1923 ; 2 c. June 13 ; 
J 262322. 

varsity basket ball team. 1923. 

© Mar. 21, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 23; J 
260684.- 

Duston (Merle) Detroit. 7392-7406 
Radio construction illustrations. 
{In Radio construction; by Merle 
Duston) : 

Outline drawing of single circuit 
regenerative receiver, 12. — Outline 
drawing of two-circuit nonregenerative 
receiver, 13. — Outline drawing of 
two-stage audio-frequency amplifying 
unit. — Schematic drawing of combined 
radio-audio-frequency loop set, 16. — 
Schematic drawing of radio-frequency 
amplifying unit connected to three-cir- 
cuit receiver, 15. — Schematic drawing 
of single circuit regenerative receiver. 
11. — Schematic drawing of two-stage 
radio-frequency unit. — Template no. 1 
for single circuit regenerative set 
[etc] — Template no. 2, audio-frequency 
amplifying unit.— Template no. 3, ra- 
dio-frequency amplifying unit. — Tem- 
plate no. 4, three-circuit regenerative 
receiver. — Template no. 5, combined 
radio audio-frequency loop set. © 
Feb. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 7 ; I 7762- 
7773. 

[3 blueprints] : 

Outline drawing of Reinartz de- 
tector unit. — Schematic drawing of 
Reinartz detector unit. — Template and 
wiring diagram of Reinartz detector 
set. © Mar. 8, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 
12 ; I 7822-7824. 

Duthie (John) sr., Portland, Or. 

7407 
Unsinkable dredges and barges. © 
Apr. 28, 1923 ; 1 c. May 3 ; 1 c. May 31 ; 
I 8020. 

East and west gift shop, Denver. 

7408 
East and west gift shop. [Letter- 
head] © Apr. 12, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 16 ; 
K 174680. 

Easter (Chas. F.) Chicago. 7409 

Clever Spitz puppy, imitating a fur. 

© Apr. 14, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 17 ; J 261254. 

Eaton (Robert Bruce) Grinnell, la. 

7410 
Driftwood. © 1 c. May 12, 1923 ; J 
261738. 



Economy church envelope co., inc., 
Petersburg, Va. 7411 

Thrifty treasurer's friend. © Mar. 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; K 174176. 

Eddy (Lindley) Sierra Madre, Calif. 

7412, 7413 

Billy. © Sept. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 
1923 ; J 260843. 

Forest play. © Aug. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 3, 1923 ; J 260842. 

Edson (Norman) Burton, Wash. 

7414, 7415 

Puget Sound, Wash. © May 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 22 ; J 261736. 

White caps. © May 1, 1923; 2 c. 
May 22 ; J 261735. 

Ellerbeck (Whit Brown) Oakland, 
Calif. 7416 

San Francisco, Calif., skyline. © 
Apr. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. May 19 ; J 261675. 

Elliott service co., New York. 

7417 
Don't get hurt. © May 22, 1923; 
2 c. May 23 ; K 175421. 

Ely (Clarence G.) Hutchinson, Kan. 

7418 

[American patriotic picture] © 

May 24, 1923 ; 2 c. May 28 ; K 175436. 

Empire coal co., Atlanta. 7419 

To save money let Empire coal co. 
lay in your coal. © Apr. 20, 1923; 
2 c. May 24 ; K 175429. 

Endicott, Johnson corp., Endicott, N. 
Y. 7420-7423 

[4 photographs] : 

Endicott, Johnson shoes, over 32 mil- 
lion pairs yearly. — Made, sold and 
worn with smiles, better shoes for less 
money.— Made with smiles, Endicott, 
Johnson shoes, wear a pair and smile 
too. — Progressive dealers carry Endi- 
cott, Johnson shoes, etc. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 5, 1923 ; J 261240-261243. 

English (Thomas C.) West Philadel- 
phia. 7424-7426 

Dog mother. © Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 9 ; J 26109S. 

Fight. © Feb. 4, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 26 ; 
J 260751. 

Quartet. © Feb. 4, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 
26; J 260750. 

Enlind (Kanute Arvid) Brooklyn, 

7427 
[Enlind gearless transmission box 
style A.] © 1 c. June 22, 1923; I 
8106. 



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7428 



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Eeickson (Haeey A.) Coronado, Calif. 

7428-7432 
Coronado tent city, 15, 17-20. © 
June 18, 1923; 2 c. June 23; J 
262444-262448. 

Evans (Ernestine) New York. 

7433-7437 

[5 photographs] : 

Lenin (Anna) Lenin's sister, A. 
Lenin as a baby. — Lenin as a cadet. — 
Lenin's mother. — Lenin's sister, B. © 

1 c. each May 26, 1923; J 261864- 
261868. 

Evening news assn., Detroit, 

7438-7455 
Mr. Straphanger, Jan. 21, Feb. 11- 
June 10, 1923. [Weekly] © Jan. 21, 
Feb. 11-June 10, 1923 ; 1 c. each Mar. 
28- June 13, 1923; K 173780-173786, 
174102, 174227, 174419, 174563, 174806, 
175151, 175329, 175411, 175575, 175709, 
175915. 

Examiner ptg. co., San Francisco. 

7456-7513 
Codgers, Mar. 21, 22, 24-May 18, 
1923. [Daily] © Mar. 21, 22, 
24-May 18, 1923; 1 c. each Apr.' 
24-May 24; K 174453-174476, 174478- 
174480, 174486, 174569, 17636-174640, 
174652, 174687, 174748, 174790, 174871- 
174873, 174883. 17884, 175050, 175205, 
175230-175233, 17385-175390, 175399, 
175402, 175422. 

Fabee (J. H.) & son, Norfolk, Va. 

7514-7528 
Meyers (Barton) ©.Apr. 26, 1923; 

2 c. Apr. 27; J 261621. 

O'Connell {Bishop D. J.) © May 
11, 1923 ; 2 c. May 12 ; J 261637. 

Princess Anne country club, 1-12. 
© May 8, 1923; 2 c. each May 9; J 
261622-261633. 

Tucker. {Bishop H. St. G.) © May 
16, 1923 ; 2 c. May 17 ; J 261664. 

Fast (John F.) and Morris (Wal- 
ter W.) Denver. 7529 
Happy lande. © Mar. 1, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 13 "K 173545. 

Fair pub. house, Norwalk, O. 

7530-7532 
[Display cards, 220, 725, 775] © 
Apr. 24, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 27; K 
174641-174643. 

Falk photo co. Newport, R. I. 7533 

P>. M. C. Durfee high school, class of 

1923. © May 31, 1923; 2 c. May 26; 

J 261875. I 



Feather (Robert S.) Smithtown 

Branch, N. Y. 7534 

Lake Ronkonkoma, L. I, N. Y. © 

June 17, 1923 ; 2 c. June 20 ; J 262427. 

Federal bakeries of Tacoma, Tacoma. 

7535, 7536 

Federal is the first bakery. © Apr. 
12, 1923; 2 c. May 15; K 175254. 

Give the boy vitamines. © Apr. 
16, 1923; 2 c. May 15; K 175255. 

Feldenheimer & Jacob y, New York. 

7537 
Modern diamond cutting. © Mar. 
21, 1923 ; 2 c. May 16 ; I 7945. 

Feeguson (Thos. M.) Hattiesburg, 

Miss. 7538 

Hattiesburg of South Missippippi, 

the hub. © Mar. 16, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 

19; K 173814. 

Fern (George E.) Cincinnati . 7539 
Festival booth design. [Blueprint] 
© 1 c. May 12, 1923 ; I 8126. 

Feensler (John P.) New York. 7540 
Graphic representation of payment 
plan for home. © June 18, 1923 ;2 c. 
June 20 ; I 8094. 

Feeeen (Lawrence E.) St. Clairs- 

ville, O. 7541 

Welcome inn, on National highway. 

© Feb. 1, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 28 ; 1 c. Mar. 

19; J 260647. 

Field (J. H.) Fayetteville, Ark. 

7542,7543 

Man with bow. © May 1, 1923; 2 
c. May 1 ; J 261495. 

When the mists of early morning 
have turned to silvery gray. © May 
1, 1923 ; 2 c. May 1 ; J 261494. 

Field (Marshall) & co., Chicago. 

7544, 7545 

Embroidered handkerchiefs for wo- 
men. A week of handkerchiefs [etc] 
© Mar. 7, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 23; K 
173670. 

Kiddies movieland handkerchiefs. 
© Mar. 7, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 23; K 
173669. 

Fifth ave. fashions seevice. Balti- 
more. 7546-7548 

Fashions latest, checks all the rage. 
© May 28, 1923; 2 c. June 2; 
K 175584. 

smart variety in knitted frocks. 

© June 9, 1923; 2 c. June 21; K 
176141. 

Knitted bathing suits supreme. © 
June 25, 1923 ; 2 c. June 26 ; K 176186. 



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7654 



Fine aets pub. co., inc., London. 

7549-7551 

[3 prints] : 

After a gale; by W. T. Richards — 
Ebb ; bv Herbert Draper. — Mellow 
year: by E. W. Waite. © Jan. 1, 
1923; 2 c. each Mar. 19; K 173699- 
173701. 

Finley (Ada Brownell) Battle 
Creek. 7552, 7553 

Babv Fritz. © Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 9 ; J 260979. 

October. © Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 9 ; J 260980. 

Finnish Lutheran book concern, 
Hancock, Mich. 7554, 7555 

Kaste-todistus. © Apr. 3, 1920; 
2 c. May 21, 1923 ; K 175401. 

Ripillepaasto-todistus. © Jan. 5, 
1920 ; 2 c. May 21, 1923 ; K 175400. 

First natl. bank of Boston, Boston. 

7556 
Industrial fabric and credit. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1923; I 7820. 

Fisher (Harry C.) New York. 

7557-7614 
Mutt and Jeff, Jan. 1-6, 8-20, 20, 
22-Feb. 28, 1923. [Daily] © Jan. 
1-6, 8-20, 20, 22-Feb. 28, 1923; 1 c. 
each Mar. 31-June 6; K 173818- 
173846, 175164, 175719-175746. 

Fisher (Kenneth) Washington. 

7615 

Arlington natl. cemetery, Va., tomb 

of America's unknown soldier. © 

Nov. 12, 1922; 2 c. June 1, 1923; 

J 261940. 

Ford (Reginald E.) Ellensburg, 
Wash. 7616-7624 

Beauty. © Apr. 24, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 
30 ; J 261476. 

Bed time stories. © Apr. 24, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 30; J 261475. 

Mile. La Rogue. © May 9, 1923; 
2 c. May 15 ; J 261655. 

Old love letters. © Mar. 19, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 24 ; J 261174. 

Pensive. © Mar. 21, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 26 ; J 260745. 

Poster study, 1 A, 2 A, 3. © Mar. 
19, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 24 ; J 261171- 
261173. 

Soap bubble. © May 9, 1923; 2 c. 
May 15 ; J 261656. 



Forncrook (C. S. ) Los Angeles. 

7625-7633 

Gaskill Santa Fe Springs field, oil 

syndicate, 1. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1923; 

1 7855. 

Gillette manor. © Mar. 4, 1923; 

2 c. Apr. 10 ; I 7859. 

Interstate petroleum syndicate hold- 
ings. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1923 ; J 261239. 

Van Home syndicate holdings. ^ 
1 c. Apr. 30, 1923; I 7904. 

[5 photographs] : 

Compton oil co., holdings. — Lessor's 
oil co., oil holdings. — Petroleum pro- 
ducts syndicate holdings. — Santa Fe 
Springs, Center oil co., holdings. — 
Universal producers syndicate hold- 
ings. © 1 c. each Apr. 10, 1923; 
J 261157-261161. 

Forncrook (C. S. and E. M.) Los 
Angeles. 7634-^7637 

Hollywood oil syndicate's holdings. 
© Feb. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 13 ; I 7741. 

Sante Fe ball holdings. © Feb. 20, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; I 7858. 

Security oil syndicate holdings. © 
Feb. 12, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 10; I 7857. 

Vallecinto. [Oil fields of southern 
California] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1923; 

I 7856. 

Foster (Dean E.) Tulsa, Okl. 7638 
Comparative gasoline price barome- 
ters. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1923 ; I 7787. 

Foster bros., Boston. 7639-7653 

[15 prints by Kenneth Conant] : 
Amiens, Apse end of the cathed- 
ral. — Assisi, Church of St. Francis. — 
Avila, Spain, apse of the cathedral. — 
Barcelona, Spain, Patio of the diputac- 
ion. — Boston, Mass., Arlington street 
church. — Burgos, Spain, South-west 
tower of the cathedral. — Dijon. Hotel 
de vogue. — Girgenti, Sicily, Temple of 
concord. — Lugo, Spain, old tower of 
the cathedral. — Pamplona, Spain, ca- 
thedral, north transept. — Paris, No- 
tre Dame. — Segovia. Spain, Cathedral 
from the south-west. — Spain. Cathe- 
dral, Santiago de compostella. — Spain, 
Palma de mallorca, from across the 
bay. — Toledo, Spain, Cathedral. © 
June 19, 1923; 2 c. each June 22; 
K 176147-176161. 

Fraser (Laura Gardin) New York. 

7654 
Long, long trail. © 1 c. Mar. 19. 
1923; J 26061 S. 



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'655 



pt. iv, n. s., v. IS 



French (George W.) Hillside, N. J. 

7655 
Critical point. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1923 ; 
J 260838. 

Freund (Benjamin E.) Chicago. 

7656-7664 

[9 blueprints] : 

Details of drilling and assembly for 
the Freund DX circuit. — Drilling and 
assembly details for ultra audion cir- 
cuit. — Flewelling circuit. — Front view 
and drilling details for one tube reflex 
circuit. — Rear view of wiring connec- 
tions for the Freund circuit. — Rein- 
hartz circuit. — Wiring diagram and 
rear view of one tube reflex circuit. — 
Wiring diagram of connections for 
ultra audion circuit. — 2 step amplifier 
with jacks. © Mar. 21, 1923; 2 c. 
each Apr. 6; I 7843-7851. 

Fritschie (Louis C.) Cincinnati. 

7665 
Earth was bright. © Mar. 5, 1923 ; 

1 c. Apr. 9 ; K 174149. 

Fry (Albert H.) and Richey (Joseph 
L.) Cheltenham, Pa. 7666 

Vernier variable condenser. [Blue- 
print] © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; I 7881 

Funk (Charles B.) Bemidji, Minn. 

7667, 7668 

Plan of log cottage, 2201. [7 sheets, 
blueprints] © Mar. 16, 1923 ; 2 c Apr. 
7; I 7852. 

Plans for log cabin, design 2301. [3 
sheets, blue prints] © Mar. 16, 1923 ; 

2 c. Apr. 7 ; I 7889. 

Funk & Wagnalls co., New York. 

7669-7680 

Bedtime. (In Literary digest, Mar. 
31, 1923) © Mar. 29, 1923; 1 c. Apr. 
11; K 174199. 

Cat came back. (In Literary digest, 
Apr. 21, 1923) © Apr. 19, 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 28; K 174676. 

[Garden] (In Literary digest, Apr. 
7, 1923) © Apr. 5, 1923; 1 c. Apr. 
16; K 174230. 

Harbor tug. (In Literary digest, 
Mar. 24, 1923) © Mar. 22, 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 2; K 173926. 

Homeward. (In Literary digest, 
Mar. 10, 1923) © Mar. 8, 1923; l c. 
Mar. 16; K 173498. 

[Lighthouse] (In Literary digest, 
Apr. 28, 1923) © Apr. 26, 1923; 1 c 
May 2; K 174755. 

March. (In Literary digest, Mar. 
3, 1923) © Mar. 1, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 17 ; 
K 173525. 



Morning. (In Literary digest, Mar. 
17, 1923) © Mar. 15, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 
23; K 173698. 

[New sunbonnet] (In Literary di- 
gest, June 9, 1923. © June 7, 1923; 

1 c. June 14; K 175016. 

Old whaler. (In Literary digest, 
May 12, 1923) © May 10, 1923; 1 c. 
May 21 ; K 175384. 

Poppies. (In Literary digest, Mav 
26, 1923) © May 24, 1923; 1 c. June 
6; K 175673. 

Trout stream. (In Literary digest, 
June 2, 1923) © May 31, 1923; 1 c. 
June 8; K 175827. 

Gagne's studio, Somersworth, N. H. 

7681 

Gagne (Peter M.) © Mar. 7, 1923; 

2 c. Mar. 23 ; J 260974. 
Gardner (Robert W.) New York. 

7682, 7683 
Temple at Athens. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 
1923 ; I 7895. 

and mechanical law. © 1 c. 

Apr. 12, 1923; I 7896. 
Gaude (Francis Joseph) Port Allen, 
La. 7684 

Whiff and Poof. © May 2, 1923; 

1 c. May 23; K 175416. 

Gay (Albert Edward) Lockport, N. Y. 

7685 
Posture ladder [Blueprint] © 
Mar. 30, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 31 ; I 7863. 

Geiser (Lena) Plvmouth, N. H. 

7686, 7687 

State normal school, 1, 2. © June 
1, 1923; 2 c. each June 4; J 262194, 
262195. 

General electric co., Schenectady. 
N. Y. 7688-7717 

Flow meter chart, 839, 851-853, 860- 
868, 870, 871. © May 3, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
May 19; I 7952-7966. 

840-850, 854-858. © Mar. 28, 

1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 12 ; I 7866-7880. 
General optical co.. inc., Mount Ver- 
non, N. Y. 7718-7727 

[Optical test charts. 1, 10] © Apr. 
30. 1923; 2 c. each June 15; I 8084, 
8085. 

[2-9] © Apr. 30, 1923; 2 c. 

each June 20; I 8096-8103. 
General organization co., Chicago. 

7728 

Steps in successful campaign. © 1 
c. May 23, 1923 ; I 7972. 
Gerhard sisters, St. Louis. 

7729-7738 

Emery (Carlyle) © Apr. 8, 1923; 

2 c. Apr. 23 ; J 261389. 



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no. 2, 1923 



7770 



Lee {Prof. Joshua Bryan) © Apr. 
2, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; J 261388. 

Lukens (D. D.) 13, 17, 18, 22. © 
Apr. 18, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 23; J 
261350-261353. 

Whitmore (Hazel) 1-4. © May 8, 
1923; 2 c. each June 9; J 262298- 
262301. . 

Gerhard sisters photo co., St. Louis. 

7739 
Lee {Prof. Joshua Bryan) © Mar. 
19, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 5 ; J 260993. 

Gekeittsen park, inc., Brooklyn. 

7740-7743 
Gerrittsen house: 

Type 1 A, plan 7086. [5 sheets, blue- 
prints]— Type 1 B, plan 7087. [3 
sheets, blueprints] — Type 2 A F, plan 
7088. [6 sheets, blueprints] — Type 2 
A. H. plan 7081. [6 sheets, blueprints] 
© 1 c. each Feb. 28, 1923 ; I 7755-7758. 

Gibbs (Dana K.) Clovis, Calif. 7744 
Curiosity box. © Jan. 1, 1922; 2 
c. Apr. 2, 1923 ; K 174304. 

Gibson (John H.) Merion, Pa. 7745 
Water heating and steam pipe chart. 
[Blueprint] © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1923; I 
7724. 

Gillies (John Wallace) New York. 

7746, 7747 

New York (City) Pennsylvania sta- 
tion, 29. © Apr. 26, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 
28; K 174519. 

5th ave. and 42nd St., Public 

library, 31. © Apr. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 
28 ; K 174520. 

Glen-Nor high school, Norwood, Pa. 

7748 
[Working drawings and specifica- 
tions of special home economics equip- 
ment in the Glen-Nor high school. 7 
sheets, blueprints] © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1923 ; I 7807. 

Glenn (Myron W.) Big Creek, Calif. 

7749 
Big Creek, Calif., power house at 
night, 1. © Oct. 10, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 
27 ; 1 c. Apr. 25 ; J 261390. 

Glover (Philip H.) Harrington, Me. 

7750-7752 

[3 photographs] : 

End of the day. — Springtime. — 
Surf picture. © Dec. 25, 1922; 1 c. 
each Mar. 10, 1923 ; 1 c. each May 23 ; 
J 261846-261848. 

Godfrey studio, Winthrop, Mass. 

7753 

St. John's catholic church, interior. 

© Apr. 9, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; J 261114. 



Goes lithographing co., Chicago. 

7754-7765 

Certified pedigree issued by the 
American field pub. co. © June 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 4 ; K175618. 

First mortgage note, 301. © Mar. 
21, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; K 173703. 

Guarantee certificate of Excelsior 
stove and mfg. co. [etc] © Apr. 19, 
1923; 2 c. Apr. 23; K 174442. 

Improvement bond of the city of El 
Paso, county of Woodford, state of 
Illinois, U. S. A. © Apr. 25, 1923; 
2 c. Apr. 27 ; K 174518. 

[Lithographed label, etc] © Apr. 6, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 23 ; K 174504. 

[Lithographed stock certificate, 419] 
© Mar. 21, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 24; K 
173702. 

[and stub of the city national 

bank of Clinton, la., etc.] © May 25, 
1923 ; 2 c May 28 ; K 175435. 

[Lithographed stock certificate with 
stub] : 

[Brown border] — [Green border] — 
[Orange border] © Apr. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each Apr. 9 ; K 174075-174077. 

[Manuscript cover, lithographed on 
back, lady vignette, black border, 302] 
© Apr. 19, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 21 ; K 174399 

Progressive American league of the 
U. S. of A., supreme chapter. [Litho- 
graphed charter] © June 21, 1923; 
2 c. June 25; K 176185. 

Golterman (Guy) New York. 7766 

Lincoln (Abraham) ; by Leo Kober. 

© Apr. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 19 ; K 174477. 

Gonzalez (MayH.) Birmingham, Ala. 

7767 
Vulcan, statue. © Apr. 17, 1923; 
2 c. Apr. 20 ; K 174516. 

Good furniture magazine, Grand 

Rapids, Mich. 7768-7776 

[Furnishing and decorating the 
home, plate 378] © Apr. 11, 1923 ; 2 c. 
May 14; K 175223. 

[plate 379, 382, 386] © May 11, 

1923; 2 c. each June 14; K 175903- 
175905. 

[plate 3S0] © Mar. 13, 1923; 

2 c. May 14 ; K 175224. 

[plate 381] © Apr. 11, 1923; 

2 c. May 14; K 175225. 

[plate 383] © Mar. 13, 1923 ; 

2 c. May 14 ; K 175226. 

[plate 3S4] © Apr. 11, 1923 ; 

2 c. May 14; K 175227. 

[plate 3S5] © Apr. 11, 1023 ; 

2 c. May 14 ; K 17522S. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Goodeich ( Frederick ) Pittsburgh. 

7777 
Decapod locomotive 4523, 2-10-0 
type. [Blueprint] © May 18, 1923; 
2 c. June 25; I 8110. 

Goodyear tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 

7778 

Goodyear wingfoot heels [etc] © 

Mar. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; K 174010. 

Gorham (Edwin S.) New York. 

7779-7782 
New York (City) church of St. 

Mary the Virgin : 
[Drawings] — High altar. [Draw- 
ings] — Lady chapel. [Drawings] — St. 
Joseph's chapel. [Drawings] © Mar. 
28. 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 20 ; K 174390- 
174393. 

Gorman (John Thomas) San Fran- 
cisco. 7783 
America's three great pilots. © 1 
c. Apr. 7, 1923 ; J 261095. 

Grace (Elmer M.) Los Angeles. 7784 
Love suffereth long, and is kind 
[etc] © Mar. 28, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 5; 
K 174007. 

Grace Ev. Lutheran church, New 

York. 7785 

From henceforth thou shalt catch 

men. © Mar. 4, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 10; 

K 174813. 

Graham photo co., Los Angeles. 7786 
Double bungalow, 57825. © Apr. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 20 ; J 261056. 

Graves (Henry) & co., ltd., London. 

7787 
[Crossing the brook; by L. Busiere, 
after H. Thomson] © Apr. 15, 1923 ; 
1 c. Apr. 18; K 175216. 

Greenberg (Caesar) New York. 

7788, 7789 

Immortals of the Jewish stage, 
actors. © Mar. 20, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 
31; K 174229. 

actresses. © Mar. 20, 1923; 2 

c. Mar. 31 ; K 174135. 

Griffith (Chas. J.) Little Rock, Ark. 

7790 
Little Rock, Ark., Broadway bridge 
by flood light. © Mar. 14, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 24 ; J 260737. 

Groat ( William ) Washington. 

7791-7793 

Washington, D. C, Pennsylvania 

ave. at night during Shrine convention, 

1-3. © June 1, 1923; 2 c. each June 

2; J 262096-262098. 



Gross (Edward) co., inc., New York. 

7794-7808 

[4 prints by B. Major] : 

Island dance. — Sun vow. — Trail be- 
yond. — Where terpsichore dwells. © 
Mar. 30. 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 10; K 
174140-174143. 

[11 prints] : 

Gee but I'm lonesome. — Gee, nobuddy 
kisses me but th' pup. — Hello Romeo, 
come kiss your Juliet. — I wonder if 
you are as lonesome as I am. — It was 
hard for me to tear away. — Oh, mama, 
this is the life. — Say it with flowers 
(cauliflowers). — That old train can't 
come any too soon to take me back to 
you. — Waiting to hear from you. — 
What do I care. I had the use of him 
all summer. — Y-you tell him I 
s-t-t-utter. © June 6, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
June 12; K 175860-175870. 

Guild of the little flower, Washing- 
ton. 7809 
Alaska, S. O. S. © Mar. 22, 1923; 
2 c. Apr. 5; K 174005. 

Guthrie (Thomas H.) Columbus, O. 

7810 
Circular calendar. [Blueprint] © 
1 c. June 8, 1923 ; I 8077. 

H.M.H. co., Pawtucket, R. I. 7811 

Promises of the Virgin Mary. © 

Jan. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. May 16 ; K 175403. 

Haas (Herman) New York. 7812-7817 

Batavia horse show poster. © May 
21, 1923; 2 c. May 22; J 261742. 

Great Heart, record high jump. © 
June 14, 1923 ; 2 c. June 18 ; J 262383. 

New York (City) St. Patricks 
cathedral. © May 3, 1923; 2 c. Mav 
5 ; J 261537. 

St. Patrick's cathedral in Gothic 

frame. © May 21, 1923 ; 2 c. May 22 ; 
J 261741. 

Seat on Saxon, 23750, A. B. © Apr. 
2, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 5; J 260991, 
260992. 

Haazen (William) Brooklyn. 7818 
Commemorative chart, Masonic 
symbols. © Apr. 11, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 
16: K 174253. 



Haderer (Stephen R.) San Antonio. 

7819, 7820 

Apolinar (Clemente) © 1 c. Feb. 
26, 1923 ; J 261518. 

Beggar man. © May 10, 1923 :2 c. 
May 11 ; J 261604. 

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7950 



Hadsell (Vincent P.) Lubbock, Tex. 

7821, 7822 

Cost and value of a life insurance 

Dolicy compared with that of property. 

© May 20, 1923; 2 c. June 19; K 

176068. 

Why buy life insurance? © May 20, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 19 ; K 176069. 

Hahn (Henry C.) and Erdmann 
(Henry A.) New York. 7823 

Port of New York. [Development of 

freight distribution and coordination 

of units] © 1 c. May 26, 1923; I 

8014. 

Hahn, Rodenbueg co., Springfield, 111. 

7824 
Come. © May 1, 1923 ; 2 c. May 14 ; 
K 175217. 

Haines (James M.) Kansas City, Mo. 

7825 
Jimmie. © 1 c. May 14, 1923; J 
261954. 

Hancock (G. Allan) Los Angeles. 

7826, 7827 

Waking up. © 1 c. June 22, 1923 ; 
J 262431. 

Wide awake. © 1 c. June 22, 1923 ; 
J 262432. 

Hankey (W. Lee) London. 7828 

[Loup de mer] © Feb. 6, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 21 ; K 173767. 

Hanlon (Herbert) Los Angeles 

7829 
Temperature to-day. © Feb. 5, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; K 173579. 

Hanna (Milton Edmund) Albuquer- 
que, N. M. 7830-7832 
Hopi buffalo dance, 1. © May 1, 

1923 ; 2 c. May 23 ; J 261751. 

Hoshkey Yazhey, Angry Little Fel- 
low, last of the Navajo war chiefs, 
captured in 1863 by Col. Kit Carson. 
© Mar. 20, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 19; J 
261283. 

Navajo medicine men. © Mar. 20, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 19 ; J 261284. 

Harden (Homer T.) Wichita, Kan. 

7833 
Kansas (State) supreme court, 



1923. © Apr, 
J 261253. 



12, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 16; 



Harris (Ralph T.) New York. 7S34 

Khepera, God of the rising sun. © 

Mar. 16, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 22 ; K 173583. 



Harris & Ewing, Washington. 

7835-7850 
Bayard (Thomas F.) K 83994. © 
Nov. 20, 1922; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1923; J 
261459. 

Bliss (Robert Woods) BX 10970. 
© Jan. 30, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 28; J 
261458. 

British debt commission. © Jan. 6, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 28 ; J 261454. 

Coue (Emile) D 85149. © Jan. 19, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 28 ; J 261467. 

Couzens (Mayor James) C 75714. 
© Nov. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1923 ; J 
261468. 

Fletcher, (Henry P.) B A 31592. © 
Feb. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 28 ; J 261461 

Lane (Rufus H.) C 71454. © Jan. 
6, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 28 ; J 261464. 

Longworth (Nicholas) BW 8236. © 
Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 28; J 261456. 

Mondell (Frank W.) K 84895. © 
Jan. 4, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 28 ; J 261462. 

Oreamuno (Rafael) F 84683. © 
Dec. 20, 1922; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1923; 
J 261465. 

Owsley (Alvin M.) BL 84199. © 
Dec. 6, 1922; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1923; J 
261469. 

Reynolds (William E.) M 68234. © 
Jan. 25, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 28 ; J 261457. 

Rinehart (Mrs. Mary Roberts) D 
84752. © Jan. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 28 ; 
J 261463. 

Sanford (Justice Edward Terry) 
BA 85408. © Feb. 12, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 
28 ; J 261455. 

Sutherland (Justice Howard) M 
82931. © Oct. 4, 1922; 2 c. Apr. 28, 
1923 ; J 261466. 

Van de Graff (Dr. A. CD.) E 
84756. © Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Apr. 28, 
1923 ; J 261460. 

Harrison (Benjamin Marshall) Lit- 
tle Rock, Ark. 7851 

Solar system. [Condensed instruc- 
tion] © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923 ; I 7826. 
Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Chicago. 

7S52-7950 

[Palm beach 1 © Feb. 16. 1923 ; 2 c. 
June 14 ; K 175935. 

[Stop on the road] © Feb. 16, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 14 ; K 175936. 

[3 prints] : 

[At the country club] — [New arri- 
vals] — [Pleasure seekers] © Feb. 15. 
1928; 2 c. each June 14; K 175953- 
1 75955. 



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7951 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 13 



Hart, Schaffner & Marx — Continued. 

[3 prints] : 

[ Just in time ] — [ Leaving for 
home] — [Stop in the hills] © Feb. 
12, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 18 ; K 176014, 
176046, 176047. 

[3 prints] : 

[Just waiting] — [One minute to 
go] — [Penning her thots] © Nov. 11, 
1922; 2 c. each June 14. 1923: K 
175926, 175927, 175934. 

[4 prints] : 

[After the day's work] — [On the 
green, B] — [Rooting for his team] — 
[Taking a rest] © Feb. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each June 14 ; K 175956-175959. 

[5 prints] : 

[Aggravated] — [Come along] — [Ex- 
citing finish] — [Her first attempt] — 
[On deck] © Dec. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. each 
June 14, 1923; K 175921-175924, 
175931. 

[6 prints] : 

[Along the canal] — [Cheating] — 
[Going home] — [Looking over the 
market] — [On the subway steps] — 
[Windy corner] © Jan. 18, 1923; 2 
c. each June 18; K 176009-176012, 
176048-176049. 

[6 prints] : 

[Charlee II]— [Follow the leader]— 
[On deck]— [Ranger]— [Their first 
party]— [Three & two] © Feb. 20, 
1923: 2 c. each June 18; K 176007, 
176008, 176019, 176020, 176025, 176026. 

[7 prints] : 

[Determined] — [Exciting moment] — 
[Idler] — [Scottish airs] — [Waiting for 
her] — [Watching the game] — [Where 
shall we go] © Feb. 22, 1923; 2 c. 
each June 18 ; K 176027-176031. 176033, 
176034. 

[7 prints] : 

[Final touches] — [Her birthday] — 
[Looking them over] — [Ready for the 
ride] — [Sending a message] — [Taking 
an early walk] — [Thru the custom 
house] © Jan. 31, 1923; 2 c. each 
June 18; K 176040-176043, 176045, 
176050, 176051. 

[10 prints] : 

[Casual observer] ■ — [Homeward 
bound] — [Important business discus- 
sion] — [New styles] — [On parade] — 
[On the green, a] — [Politician] — 
[There she goes] — [Waiting for his 
chauffeur] — [Where shall we go] © 
Oct. 21. 1922 ; 2 c. each June 14, 1923 ; 
K 175917-175920, 175925, 175928- 
175930, 175932, 175933. 



[13 prints] : 

[After a busy day] — [At the 
beach] — [Dad] — [Golf enthusiasts] — 
[Her first lesson] — [Managers] — [Out- 
door sports] — [Painter and critics] — 
[Slipping out thru the back door] — 
[Some drive] — [Strictly business] — 
[Travelling salesman] — [Trip around 
the world] © Mar. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
June 18; K 176016-176018. 176021- 
176024, 176032, 176035-176039. 

[14 prints] : 

[Beach party] — [Best man] — Cap- 
tain and manager] — [Clubman] — 
[Duke] — [Hero worship] — [Hikers] — 
[Informal spectators] — [Lesson in gar- 
dening] — [Sports-men] — [Stranger] — 
[Study in Engish] — [Takin' it easy] — 
[Two of a kind] © Apr. 19, 1923 ; 2. 
c. each June 18; K 175996-176006, 
176013-176015. 

[16 prints] : 

[At the first turn] — [At the race 
track] — [Behind the scenes] — [Bull's 
eye] — [Enjoying a huge joke] — [Fash- 
ionably clad] — [Followers] — [In a 
pensive mood] — [In action] — [In sus- 
pense] — [In the garden] — [In the land 
of windmills] — [Perturbed] — [Shout- 
ing encouragement] — [Summer] — 
[They're falling behind] © Feb. 13, 
1923; 2 c. each June 14; K 175937- 
175952. 

Hastings (Jane Ajlma) Cleveland. 

7951 
Greetings. © Dec. 15, 1922; 2 c. 
Apr. 12, 1923 ; K 174175. 

Haupt (Ollie E.) motor co., St. 

Louis. 7952 

St. Louis, Mo., best equipped Ford 

and Lincoln service bldg. © Mar. 2, 

1922 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; K 174501. 

Haynes (J. E.) St. Paul, Minn. 

7953, 7954 
Grand Canyon from Grand View, 
22016. © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 13; 
J 261237. 

Yellowstone natl. park. Wy., Old 
Faithful Geyser. 13040. © May 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 16 ; K 175257. 

Heard (Harris) New York. 

7955-7963 

French beauty, 3131, 3287, 3302, 
3660, 3698. © Mar. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
May 1 ; J 261489-261493. 

3178, pose A-D. © Nov. 15, 

1922 ; 2 c. each May 9, 1923 ; J 261849- 
261852. 






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no. 2, 1923 



8026 



Heavener (James E.) Christiansburg, 
Va. 7964-7966 

Wright (Grand lecturer George W.) 
of A. F. & A. M. © Jan. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 26, 1923 ; J 261447. 

full figure view 3. © 1 c. May 

1, 1923 ; J 261522. 

three quarter figure 2. © 1 c. 

May 1, 1923 ; J 261521. 

Hecht co., Baltimore. 7967 

Hit the pike. © May 23, 1923 ; 2 c. 
May 24 ; K 175423. 

Heddon's (James) sons. Dowagiac, 
Mich. 7968-7972 

Great northern pike.— Esox lucius. — 
Large mouth black bass. — Micropterus 
salmoides. — Muskellunge. — Esox mas- 
quniongy. — Small mouth black bass. — ■ 
Microhpterus clolomieu. — Wall eyed 
pike or pike-perch. — Stizostedion vi- 
treum. © May 5, 1923 ; 2 c. each May 
28; K 176077-176081. 

Hedger (Harold) Chariton, la. 

7973 
Lonley vigil. © May 1, 1923; 2 c. 
May 4 ; J 261530. 

Heinzmann (Samilla Jameson) Cr. 

Amboy Road, Princes Bay, Staten 

Island, N. Y. 7974 

Paine (Thomas) memorial. © June 

7, 1923 ; 2 c. June 18 ; J 262385. 

Helmke (William J.) Utica, N. Y. 

7975, 7976 

Bellamy (Madge) and Governor Al- 
fred E. Smith of New York at Utica, 
N. Y. © Apr. 14, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; 
J 281195. 

movie actress, photographing 

Governor Alfred E. Smith of New 
York at Utica. N. Y. © Apr. 14, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 13 ; J 261196. 

Henderson (P. R.) & co., inc., New 
York. 7977-7980 

Rubber. Price of ribbed smoked 
sheets at New York and total monthly 
exports from the east, Mar., 1922, to 
Feb., 1923. © Mar. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 
6 ; I 7723. 

Apr., 1922, to Mar., 1923. © 

Apr. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; I 7833. 

May, 1922, to Apr., 1923. © 

May 7, 1923 ; 2 c. May 8 ; I 7924. 

June, 1922, to May, 1923. © 

June 2, 1923 ; 2 c. June 4 ; I 8062. 

Herdrich (O. C.) Indianapolis. 

79S1, 7982 
Depreciation of a growing plant. © 
May 7, 1923 ; 2 c. May 9 ; I 7926. 



Fixed capital, Central union tele- 
phone co. and Indiana bell telephone 
co. © May 16, 1923; 2 c. May 24; I 

8022. 

Heritage (John) & son, Alameda. 

7983 
Service, quality. © May 1, 1921 ; 
2 c. May 14, 1923 ; J 261634. 

Hersey (Harry Bartell) Mitchell, S. 
J ). 7984 

South Dakota's greatest basket ball 
classic. The state high school tourna- 
ment of 1923. © Mar. 28, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 2 ; J 260791. 

Hershberg & co., Rochester, N. Y. 

7985-7988 

[Berkeley model] © Mar. 7, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 27 ; K 173779. 

[3 prints] : 

[Belmont model] — [Draper mod- 
el] — [Waverly model] © Mar. 7, 
1923 ; 1 c. each Mar. 12 ; 1 c. each Mar. 
27; K 173776-173778. 

Hertzer (John Sherman) Columbus, 

O. 7989 

15 scientific muskrat sets. [etc. 

Blueprint] © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Mar. 

3, 1923 ; I 7719. 

Hess (Zora) Portland, Or. 

7990-7992 

[3 photographs] ; 

Defiance (Mt.) overlooking Green 
Point Lake, 3. — Hood (Mt.) overlook- 
ing Lost Lake, 2. — Hood (Mt.) over- 
looking Lost Lake, log in foreground, 
1. © Jan. 29, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 19 ; 
J 260577-260579. 

Hiatt (Harvey M.) Anoka, Minn. 

7993, 7994 

Iron Dog's record, Indian history. 
© Apr. 21, 1922; 2 c. May 16; J 
261657. 

Sioux historian. Indian drawings 
of the meteoric shower of 1833. © 
Apr. 21, 1922; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1923; J 
261471. 

Hileman (Tomer Jacob) Kalispell, 
Mont. 7995-S026 

[32 photographs]: 

Cleveland (Mt.)— Cleveland (Mt.) 
and Lois Lake. — Crosley ML. Belly 
River. — Dawn Mist Falls. — Elizabeth 
Lake and Mt. Merritt. — Gable Mrs.— 
Glenn Lake. Pyramid Peak. — Glenn 
Lake, Shepard Glacier. — Going to Sun 
Mt. from Siyeh Pass. — Granite park 
and Heavens Peak. — Gunsight Lake. — • 
Gunsight Lake from Pass. — Gunsight 
Pass and Peak. — Heavens Peak. — 



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8027 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Hileman (Tomer Jacob) — Continued. 

[32 photographs]— Continued. 
Logan Trail Falls. — Longfellow Peak 
from Logan Trail. — McDermott (Lake) 
from falls. — Many Glaciers hotel. — 
Margaret Lake and Mt. Merritt. — Mer- 
ritt (Mt.) from Glenn Lake. — Moka- 
wanis Falls. — Red Gap Pass. — Red 
Rock Falls. — Roe's Basin. — St. Mary's 
chalet, Lake St. Marys. — St. Marys 
Lake. — St. Marys Lake from dock. — 
Seward Mt. from Elizabeth Lake. — 
Siyeh (Mt.) from trail.— Swift Cur- 
rent Falls and McDermott Lake. — 
Tourist party on Mt. Stanton. — Wil- 
bur (Mt.) Lake McDermott. © Nov. 
15, 1922; 2 c. each Mar. 23, 1923; 
J 260705-260736. 

Hillpot (W. F.) Frenchtown, N. J. 

8027 
How many chicks in this picture? 
© 1 c. June 6, 1923; J 262198. 

Hiscock (F. J.) Cody, Wy. 

8028-8035 

[8 photographs] : 

Cody, Wy., Shoshone dam, 5. — Cody, 
Wy., Shoshone dam, birdseye view. — 
Henry Ford. — Holy city. — Irishman, 
Absaroka camp. — Looking down on 
the Shoshone dam. — Road in Shoshone 
Canyon. — Shoshone dam from Rattle- 
snake Mt. © Aug. 25, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
May 21 ; J 261727-261734. 

Hispanic society of America, New 

York. 8036-8039 

Hispanic society of America : 

East wall of room 3211.— North wall 

of room 3211. — South wall of room 

3211.— West wall of room 3211. © 

1 c. each Mar. 10, 1923; J 260760- 
260763. 

Hoff (M. Mahlon) Philadelphia. 

8040, 8041 

[Hoff super sensitive, selective and 
self amplifying radio circuit] © 1 c. 
June 6, 1923 ; I 8064. 

Same. © 1 c. June 6, 1923 ; I 

8065. 

Hollers (Victor D) Santa Monica, 

Calif. 8042 

Santa Monica, Calif., Palisades. © 

May 8, 1923; 2 c. May 14; J 261640. 

Holmes press, Philadelphia. 8043 
Arlington memorial cemetery, mem- 
orial amphitheatre. © May 26, 1923 ; 

2 c. May 29 ; K 175522. 



Honti (Nandor) New York. 

8044, 8045 

Here is a rooster cap for you. © 
June 17, 1923 ; 2 c. June 21 ; K 176181. 

Here is a 1923 motor car for you. © 
May 6, 1923 ; 2 c. May 5 ; K 175294. 

Hoof (M. Mahlon) Philadelphia. 

8046 

[Hoff super sensitive, selective and 

self amplifying radio circuit] © 

1 c. May 23 ; I 7971. 

Horne (John) Hollywood, Calif. 

8047-8050 

Watchmen of the walls. © June 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 6 ; J 262197. 

[3 photographs] : 

Bellman of the days of John Bun- 
yan. — Ye olde towne cryer. — Ye towne 
cryer of Hollywood. © Mar. 1, 1923; 

2 c. each Mar. 21 ; J 261358-261360. 

Horner (Carl J.) Boston. 8051 

Jacchia (Ester Ferrabini) © May 
29, 1923 ; 2 c. May 31 ; J 261931. 

Horydczak (Theodor) Washington, 
D. C. 8052-8077 

Washington, D. C. : 

Along the speedway, 68. — Bartholdi 
fountain, 44, 83. — Capitol by day, 73. — 
Capitol by night, 55. — Freer art gal- 
lery, 77. — Grant memorial, 75. — Jap- 
anese cherry blossoms, 60, 51, 59. — 
Lincoln memorial, 46. — Lincoln memo- 
rial, interior, 54 — Pennsylvania Ave 
at night during Shrine convention, 
87.— Silhouette, 78.— Statue of grief, 
74, 76. — Washington monument, 48. 49, 
62. — Washington monument by night, 
88. © June 10, 1923; 2 c. each June 
18; J 262390, 262392^262395, 262397, 
262398, 262400-262405, 262407-262411, 
262413, 262414. 

[6 photographs] : 

Along the coast, 86. — Arlington natl. 
cemetery, Va., amphitheatre, 72. — 
Great Falls, Va., 19. — Mount Vernon, 
Va., 47. — Mount Vernon, Va., home of 
Geo. Washington, 50. — Mount Vernon, 
Va., tomb of Geo. Washington, 100. © 
June 10. 1923; 2 c. each June 18; J 
262389, 262391, 262396, 262399, 262406, 
262412. 

Hosch bros. co., Gainesville, Ga. 

8078 

Cherokee rose school tablet. © 

May 22, 1923 ; 2 c. May 23 ; K 175420. 

Hossfeldt (Julius R.) New York. 

Hossfeldt's circu't's diagram. [Dia- 
grammatic drawing of radio circuit] 
© 1 c. July 2, 1923 ; I 8149. 



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8233 



Hotchkiss (Lawrence) Oakland, 

Calif. 8080 

Lincoln (Abraham) and his son 

Tad. © Apr. 27, 1923; 2 c. May 10; 

J 2615S5. 

Howes (C. D.) San Francisco. 8081 
Just pals. © June 1, 1923; 2 c. 
May 31; J 261908. 

Hoyme (Robert) New York. 

8082-8087 

[Adnite box] © May 15, 1923; 2 
c. May 17 ; K 175547. 

King Tut's dividends. © May 16, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 19 ; K 175335. 

[Tomb entrance, chamber 1-4] © 
May 16, 1923; 2 c. each May 19; K 
175331-175334. 

Hubert (Joseph J.) Buffalo. 8088 
Chief. © Apr. 19, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 
23 ; J 261335. 

Hughes (Raleigh James) Greens- 
boro, N. C. 8089,8090 
[Dwell ng house drawings, series A, 
serial 107, 1, 2, Blueprints.] © 1 c. 
each Apr. 10, 1923 ; I 7885, 7886. 

Hullinger-Bodine (Eva Budd) Cam- 
den, N. J. 8091 
Smiths Island, called Ridgeway 
park, Delaware River between Camden 
and Philadelphia, [etc.] © May 2, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 3 ; J 261740. 



Humboldt photo studio, Chicago. 

8092, 8093 

Debs (Eugene V.) © May 15, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 28 ; J 261881. 

Szitlowsky {Dr. Chaim) © May 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 28 ; J 261882. 

Humiston (Delbert A.) Chicago. 

Musician's master slide for scales, 
chords, harmonizat'on, transposition. 
© 1 c. June 6 ; I 8034. 

Hunter (Chas. H.) Reading, Pa. 

8095 
Reading, Pa., the 175th anniversary 
of the founding. © Mav 25, 1923 ; 2 
c. May 28; K 175431. 

Hunter (William Luther) Iowa 
City, la. 8096-S120 

[25 blueprints] 

Auto creeper, 18. — Bird house, 10. — 
Book end, 3, 4.— Book rack, 15, 22.— 
Candlestick, 1, 13.— Clock frame, 2.— 
Clothes stick, 16. — Comb case, 17. — 
Lamp, 5, 6, 9. — Mail box, 7. — Piano 
bench, 24 —Plant stand, 25.— Porch 
swing, 23. — Puzzle, 19, 21. — Sawhorse, 

57686—23 5 147 



14. — Solitaire puzzle, 11. — Stepladder, 
8.— T-puzzle, 12.— Taboret, 20. © May 
10, 1923; 2 c. each May 16; I 8036- 
8060. 

Industrial correspondence univer- 
sity, inc., Philadelphia. 

8121-812S 

M. D. senior section, plates 6-9. 

Generator bracket jig. — Generator 
bracket jig derails.— Steering gear 
bracket. — Steering gear bracket jig 
details. © Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. each 
Apr. 9; I 7837-7840. 

Residence at Doeville, Pa., for Mr. 
John Doe, A. D., senior section, plate 
4. © May 7, 1923; 2 c. May 10; I 
7927. 

Residence at Doeville, Pa., for Mr. 
John Doe : 

Basement plan, A. D., senior section, 
plate 1. — First floor plan, A. D., senior 
section, plate 2. — Second floor plan, A. 
D., senior section, plate 3. © Apr. 4, 
1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 9 ; I 7834-7836. 

Industrial testing laboratory, Los 

Angeles. 8129 

[Chart for reporting mechanical 

analysis of asphaltic mixture] A, B. 

© 1 c. May 14, 1923 ; I 7935, 7936. 

Insurance co. of North America, 
Philadelphia. 8130, 8131 

For security see an insurance agent. 
(In Saturday evening post, May 26, 
1923) © May 24, 1923; 1 c. May 31; 
K 175545. 

It reminds you to see an insurance 
agent. {In Saturday evening post, 
Apr. 28, 1923.) © Apr. 26, 1923; 
1 c. May 1 ; K 174691. 

International feature service, inc., 
New York. 8132-8233 

At the gallery. © Apr. 29, 1923; 
1 c. May 1; K 149782. 

At the society circus, (cj Apr. 29, 
1923; 1 c. May 9; K 149791. 

Blossoms. © May 20, 1923; 1 c. 
May 31; K 149809. 

Bringing up father. Mar. 18-May 27, 
June 17, 24, 1923: [Weekly] © Mar. 
18-May 27, June 17, 24, 1923; 1 c. 
each Mar. 26-June 21; K 149732, 
149741, 149750, 149757, 149765. 149772, 
149776, 149784, 149792, 149804, 149816, 
149S23, 149830. 

By the sea. © June 17, 1923; 1 c. 
June 19; K 149819. 

Cherchez la femme. © May 27, 
1923; 1 c. May 28; K 149808. 

Contentment. © May 20. 1923; 1 c 
May 22; K 149S06. 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



8234 



pt iy, n. s., v. 18 



International feature service, inc. — 

Continued. 

Dan Cupid, florist. © May 13, 
1923; 1 c. May. 15; K 14979S. 

Down on the farm. Mar. 18-May 
27, 1923. [Weekly] © Mar. 18-May 
27, 1923; 1 c. each Mar. 26-June 14; 
K 149733, 149742, 149748, 149755, 
149763, 149771, 149777, 149786, 149793, 
149803. 149815. 

Easter lilies. © Apr. 1, 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 10; K 149759. 

Eddie's friends. Mar. 18-May 20, 
June 17, 24, 1923. [Weekly] © 
Mar. 18-May 20, June 17, 24. 1923; 
1 c. each Mar. 26-June 21 ; K 149736, 

149739, 149746, 149754, 149761, 149767, 
149781, 149789, 149796, 149800, 149821, 
149827. 

Entangled. © Apr. 8, 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 26 ; K 149775. 

Finishing touch. © Mar. 25, 1923 ; 
1 c. Apr. 4 ; K 149751. 

Firelight prophecies. © Mar. 11, 
1923; 1 c. Mar. 20; K 149729. 

Good catch. © Apr. 22, 1923; 1 c. 
May 2 ; K 149783. 

Happy Hooligan. © June 24, 1923 ; 
1 c. June 21 ; K 149828. 

Her newest dolls. © Mar. 18, 1923 ; 
1 c. Mar. 26 ; K 149731. 

In the moonlight. © June 3, 1923 ; 
1 c. June 9 ; K 149812. 

In the spring. © Mar. 25, 1923; 
1 c. Mar. 26; K 149744. 

Jerry on the job, Mar. 18-May 27, 
June 17, 24, 1923. [Weekly] © Mar. 
18-May 27, June 17, 24, 1923; 1 c. 
each Mar. 26-June 21; K 149735, 
149738, 149745, 149753, 149762, 149769, 
149780, 149788, 149795, 149799, 149817, 
149820, 149825. 

June bride. © June 10, 1923; 1 c. 
June 19; K 149818. 

Katzenjammer kids, Mar. 18-Mav 
27, June 17, 24, 1923. [Weekly] © 
Mar. 18-May 27, June 17, 24, 1923; 
1 c. each Mar. 26-June 21 ; K 149734, 
149743, 149749, 149756, 149764, 149770, 

149778, 149785, 149794, 149802, 149814, 
149824, 149829. 

Kisses and kuotations. © June 3, 
1923; 1 c. June 6; K 149810. 

Little Jimmy, Mar. 18-Mnv 20, 
June 17, 24, 1923. [Weekly] © Mar. 
18-May 20, June 17, 24, 1923; 1 c. 
each Mar. 26-June 21; K 149737, 

149740, 149747. 149752, 149760, 14976S, 

149779. 149790, 149797, 149801, 149822, 
149826. 



Lost and found. © Apr. 15, 1923; 
1 c. Apr. 26 ; K 149774. 

Love messages. © Mar. IS, 1923 ; 
1 c. Mar. 19 ; K 149730. 

Maytime fantasy. © May 6, 1923: 
1 c. May 16 ; K 149805. 

Mr. Batch. © May 6, 1923 ; 1 c. 
May 5 ; K 149787. 

Pleasure. © Apr. 8, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 
9 : K 149758. 

Story of her pearls. © May 27. 
1923 ; 1 c. June 7 ; K 149811. 

Transportation. © Apr. 22, 1923; 
1 c. Apr. 24; K 149773. 

Waltz dream. © May 13, 1923; 

1 c. May 22 ; K 149807. 

Windows. © Apr. 15, 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 17; K 149766. 

You'd be surprised. © June 10, 
1923; 1 c. June 12; K 149813. 

Internatl. shoe co. (Roberts, John- 
son & Rand be. ) St. Louis. 8234 
Debutante. © Feb. 25, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 28; K 173758. 

Iowa pearl button co., Muscatine, la. 

8235, 8236 
Bluebird, new 14, 15. © Mar. 15, 
1923; 2 c. each May 9; K 175051, 
175052. 

Ireland (Sarah) Baltimore. 8237 

[Winter passes] © Mar. 20, 1923; 

2 c. Apr. 4 ; K 173971. 

Jackson (Claude G.) Ft. Worth, Tex. 

8238 
As the crow flies. © Apr. 2, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 9 ; K 174383. 



Jackson (John W.) Denver. 8239 

Young yellow-headed blackbird. © 

May 28, 1923; 2 c. June 8; J 262284. 

Jacobs (Harry) New York. 8240-8243 

[4 prints] : 

[Permanent waving. Gemoil gem- 
air permanent flat round marcel] — 
[Permanent waving for catalogue. 
Gemoil permanent bobbed ringlets] — 
[Permanent waving for catalogue. 
Gemoil permanent marcel wave] — 
[ Showing permanent waving. Gem-air 
permanent marcel wave] © Mar. 15, 
1923; 2 c. each Mar. 26; K 173762- 
173765. 

Jacobs (Joseph.) Philadelphia. 

8244, 8245 

Schnitzelbank. © Mar. 1, 1923; 2 
c. Apr. 16; K 174503. 

Seiner frau. © Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 16; K 174502. 

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Janseud (J. C.) Pocatello, Id. 8246 
Tvhee (Cliief Pat) of the Bannocks. 
© May 28, 1923: 2 c. June 15; J 
262340. 

Jenneb (G) Port Townsend, Wash. 

8247 
Daughter of Pharoah. © June 14. 
1923 ; 2 c. June 21 ; J 262429. 

Jensen (Ernest V.) Portland. Or. 

S248-8257 
Cannon Beach. Or.. 35, 37, 38. 42, 
44. 55, 56, 62, 65, 67. © Mar. 29, 1923 ; 
2 c. each May 2S ; J 2618S6-261895. 

Jewell (Wm. Clarke) Indianapolis. 

8258, 8259 

Pit to power, 1. © Feb. 28, 1923; 
2 c. Apr. 7; K 174022. 

2. © Mar. 23, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 

7 ; K 174023. 

Jex (John) St. Augustine, Fla. 

8260, 8261 

St. Augustine. Fla., St. Augustine 
links, club house. © Jan. 6, 1923; 2 
c. Mar. 24; J 260738. 

water front. © June 20, 1923 ; 

2 c. June 22 ; J 262439. 

Johnson (Alfeed Stanley) Waupun, 
Wis. 8262-8269 

[3 photographs] : 

Long and the short. — Our ball team. 
— Will be with you soon. © Apr. 30, 
1923; 2 c. each Apr. 30; J 261477- 
261479. 

[5 photographs] : 

Good bye old stone pile. — Home 
sweet home. — Out for air. — Tough 
birds. — Welcome to our city. © Apr. 
16. 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 16 ; J 261391- 
261395. 

Johnson (Ed. A.) Winslow, Ariz. 8270 
Winslow, Ariz., City hall, plans. © 
1 c. June 19; I 8105. 

Johnston (Walter C.) Fernandina, 
Fla. 8271-8276 

[3 photographs:] 

Contents of shark's stomach showing 
human arm. — Man's arm found in 
shark. — Skinning sharks after capture. 
© 1 c. each Mar. 26, 1923; J 260839- 
260841. 

Same. © June 11, 1923; 2 c. 

each June 13 ; J 262372-262374. 

Jones (Horace Linn) East Las Vegas, 
N. M. 8277 

Old Baldy. © Aug. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 22, 1923 ; J 260674. 



Jordeau (Jean) inc., South Orange, 

N. J. 8278 

Zip. (In Motion picture, June, 

1923). © Apr. 3, 1923; 2 c. May 3; 

K 175081. 

Kahill (Joseph B.) Portland, Me. 

8279 

White Mts. from Bridgton, Me. © 

July 1, 1922; 2 c. May 11; J 261605. 

Kanelles (James P.) Chicago. S2SO 
Chiropractic, natures way to health., 
© Mar. 25, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 27; K 
175027. 

Kaufman (Wolff) Paterson, N. J. 

8281, 8232 

Kaufman circuit. © Mar. 31, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 28; I 7903. 

active twenty [etc] © 1 c. Apr. 

2, 1923 ; I 7828. 



Kaynee co., Cleveland. 



82S3-82S5 



Quality, without a compromise. © 
April 14, 1923; 2 c. May 1; K 175291. 

Smartest in style, first in quality, 
most economical] © Feb. 17, 1923; 
2 c. May 1 ; K 175292. 

[You can tell a Kaynee by its style 
and quality] © Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. 
May 1, 1923 ; K 175293. 

Kellogg switchboard and supply co., 
Chicago. 8286 

Symphony. © Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 30 ; K 173805. 

Kennedy (Leo) Denver. 8287 

Introducing Dolly and Molly, the 
Yankee girls. © Apr. 8, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 6; K 174009. 

Keran (Harold Coulter) Berkeley, 



Calif. 



!SS 



Chart for calculating general in- 
telligence quotient. © Feb. 2, 1923; 
2 c. Feb. 9 ; I 7733. 

Kesslere (George M.) New York. 

S289 
South wind. © Dec, 1922; 2 c. 
Mar. 1, 1923: J 26108S. 

Ketch am (Charles E.) Banning, 

Calif. 8290 

Candle making. © Mar. 30. 1923; 
2 c. Apr. 23 ; J 261515. 

Keystone photo engraving corp., New 
York. 8291 

Color chart © Mar. 21. 1923; 2 c 
Apr. 3: I 7831. 



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Keystone view co., Meadville, Pa. 

8292-8643 
Batavia, Java: 

Bit of the old harbor, 25705.— Boat 
landing at fish quay, 25704. — Coolie la- 
borers at their midday meal, 25708. — 
Dutch gentleman and his native wife 
and daughter. 25709. — On the fish mar- 
ket quay 25703. — Waterway of Java's 
cap fed, 25707. © Jan. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each Apr. 3 : J 260906, 260909, 260910, 
260912-260914. 

Boro Bud dor, Java : 
Great Buddhist temple, on the 
fourth terrace, 25755. — Great temple, 
the shrine of Buddha at the summit 
of ruins, 25758. — Looking over the 
east wall of the world's greatest 
Buddhist temple, 25756. — One of the 
most famous bas-reliefs, an artistic 
epitome of Buddhism just before its 
decline, 25757. — Small temples of 
Buddha on the summit of the great 
Buddhist temple. 25759. — Stairway of 
the temple. 25760. — World's greatest 
Buddhist temple, ruins, general view, 
25754. © Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. each 
Apr. 3; J 260845, 260847, 260848, 
260865-260868. 

Brambanan, Java : 
Famous ruins of the Buddhist tem- 
ples, the central temple, 25749. — Great 
Buddhist temples, characteristic orna- 
mentation, 25751. — Great Buddhist 
temples, Genesha, the elephant headed 
God, 25752. — Great Buddhist temples, 
the shrine of Siva, 25753. — Great 
Buddhist temples, the three graces, 
25750. © Jan. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 
3; J 260849, 260851, 260852, 260854, 
260855. 

Buitenzorg, Java : 

Avenue of royal palms, 25717. — 
Beautiful bamboo gardens, 25720. — 
Botanical gardens, lotus in bloom, the 
sacred flower of the Orient, 25719. — 
Botanical gardens, vista, 25716. — 
I*ily pond. 25718. — Luxuriant flora of 
the" tropics, 25721. (£) Jan. 3. 1923 ; 2 c. 
each Apr. 3 ; J 260916, 260921, 260923- 
260925, 260927. 

Djokjakarta. Java : 
Bodyguard of the sultan, 25787 — 
Entrance to a temple, 25793. — Fan- 
tastic dance of the sultan's bodyguard, 
25788. — Favorite amusement of the 
sultan's bodyguard, dancing, 25790. — 
Grotesque eunuchs of the sultan's 
household, 25792. — Group of Javanese 
dancers at a native festival, 25785. — 
Javanese enjoy stepping to music, the 
su Van's bodyguard, 25789. — Javanese 
id en of a gloriously good time, 
25733. — Javanese musicians at a na- 



tive festival. 25784. — Natives at a fes- 
tival, 25795. — Natives thronging a 
street, 25782. — Policemen in uniform, 
25786. — Procession in the sultan's 
realm, 25791. — Richly ornamented 
gateway in the kraton wall, in the 
sultan's realm, 25780. — Side street, 
25794.— Street in the heart of old Java, 
25781. © Jan. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 
3: J 260853, 260856, 260858-260861, 
260886, 260887, 260890, 260893, 260896, 
260899-260901, 260938, 260939. 

Jamaica : 

Among the bananas, 25145. — Cac- 
tus hedge, 25166. — Calabash tree, 
25163. — Coconuts for supper, 25161.— 
Coolies working on a banana planta- 
tion, 25144. — Cutting bananas, 25146. — 
Golden Vale plantation, 25173. — 
Hauling bananas. 25149. — Kingston, 
busy morning in the Jubilee market, 
25101. — Kingston, Chinese temple, 
10247. — Kingston, fountain in the 
market place, 10248. — Loading a ves- 
sel under difficulties, 25151. — Mande- 
ville, 25168. — Mandeville, square, 
25169. — Native boat builders and fish- 
ermen, 25179. — Native women prepar- 
ing a meal, 25162. — Our faithful bur- 
den bearers, 25116. — Pineapple plan- 
tation, 25164. — Port Antinio, West St., 
10241. — Spanish Town, public gardens, 
25138. — Tobacco plantation in the blue 
Mrs., 25123. © Apr. 12. 1923; 2 c. 
each Apr. 27 ; J 261426-261446. 

Java : 

Bagendit (Lake) ferry-boat on 
25726. — Bagendit (Lake) fishermen in 
dug-outs, 25774. — Bagendit (Lake) 
showing native boats and typical 
plant growth near the shore, 25725. — 
Bandong, street in, 25724. — Beating 
the rice out of the ear, 25766. — Busy 
village street, 25723. — Carrying coco- 
nuts out of the grove, 25769. — Carry- 
ing the rice to market, 25767. — Coco- 
nut grove, 25714. — Cultivation of the 
pineapple, 25710. — Cutting rice, 
25764. — Doubtful of the advantages 
of civilization, an orang-outang in 
meditation, 25733. — Dove and sparrow 
merchant, 25778. — Drying rice, 
25765. — Fishing with a hand net, 
25775. — Group of Sundanese girls, 
25739. — Herd of East Indian cattle, 
25729. — Introducing the civilized wild 
man, 25734. — Kali Besan canal, main 
artery of Japanese trade, 25706. — 
Leles Plain, marvelous, 25728. — Myne, 
our artist's Malay guide, 25722. — Na- 
tive carrying durian, one of the finest 
fruits of the east, on the banks of the 
Paikinchelan, 25771. — Native village 
near Batavia, 25711. — Near to nature's 



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heart, native home in interior, 25727. — 
On the way to the great volcano Pa- 
panda van, 25747. — Papandavan (Vol- 
cano) looking into the crater. 25748. — 
Peddler of sarongs, the native gar- 
ment, 25779. — Picking tea on a great 
plantation, 2576S. — Poling a bamboo 
raft on an inland stream, 25712. — Sa- 
lak (Mt.) cloud enshrouded, 25744. — 
Singapore, anchorage near the land- 
ing pier, where we start for Java, 
25701. — Sorting gum, dammar, a resin 
used in making colorless varnish, 
25770. — Sundanese boy, in native cos- 
tume, 25731. — Sundanese saw mill, 
mill, 25772. — Tanjoen, rice fields, 
25761. — Tasik Malaya, well kept coun- 
try road, 25746. — Toelis, bamboo 
bridge at Batoe, 25743.— Transplant- 
ing rice, 25763. — Troop of Sundanese 
on a country road, 25730. — Typical 
Javanese bullock -cart and driver, 
25773. — Under the midday sun, 
25796. — Water study, native women 
bathing, 25715. — Wayside hamlet in 
the interior, 25713. — Wild man at 
home, an orang-outang, one of the 
most man like of monkeys, 25732. — 
Working in the flooded rice fields, 
25762. — Young Sundanese girl in sa- 
rong, 25740. © Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. 
each Apr. 3 ; J 260844, 260846, 260850, 
260857, 260864, 260869-260873, 260875, 
260878, 260879-2608S1, 260884, 260885, 
260888, 260889, 260894, 260895, 260898, 
260902, 260903, 260908, 260911, 260915- 
260920, 260922, 260924, 260928-260937, 
260940-260942. 

Java Sea : 

Diving for coins, 25798. — Plunge, 
25799. — Rising moon, 25797.— Sunrise 
on the equator, 25702. — Sunset on the 
equator, 25S00. © Jan. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each Apr. 3 ; J 260876, 260877, 260907, 
260943, 260944. 

Javanese : 

Family at Tasik Malaya, 25741 — 
Gentlemen in oriental splendor, the 
extremes of dress, 25738.— In a shady 
nook, 25736.— Kids. 25745.— Orchestra, 
25735. — Umbrella vendor and children, 
25777. © Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. each 
Apr. 3; J 260862, 260863, 260S74, 
260SS3, 260892, 260904. 

Lawrence, Mass., printing cloth in 
the cotton mills, 22084. © Jan. 3, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 3 ; J 260891. 

Mt. Rainier natl. park, Wash. : 

Beehive, on the route to Mt. 



Rainier's summit. 



71. — Camp Muir 



and Gibraltar Rock, near summit of 
Mt. Rainier, 23374. — Camping in In- 
dian Henry's Hunting Ground, 23379. — 
Glacial stream at foot of Stevens Gla- 



cier, 23368.— Mad rush of the Nis- 
qually River, Mt. Rainier in distance, 
23355. — Mazama Peak, never scaled, 
23367.— Only four of this party 
reached Mt. Rainier's summit, 23376. — 
Paradise Glacier, ice cave, 23365. — ■ 
Rainier (Mt.) and Nisqually Glacier, 
23356.— Rainier (Mt.) and Paradise 
River, 23359.— Rainier (Mt.) and 
Pyramid Peak, glory, 23381. — Rainier 
(Mt.) and south fork of Tahoma Gla- 
cier from Indian Henry's Hunting 
Ground, 23382.— Rainier (Mt.) from 
Mirror Lake, Indian Henry's Hunting 
Ground, 23380.— Rainier (Mt.) sum- 
mit, 14,408 ft., highest point in the 
U. S. outside of Alaska, 23378.— Upper 
Nisqually Glacier, ice grandeur, 23357. 
© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 9; J 
261119-261133. 

[3 photographs] : 

Fruit sellers in a Javanese market, 
25776. — Group of Javanese children, 
25737. — Typical landscape, near Batoe 
Toelis, how the Javanese go to market, 
25742. © Jan. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 
3 ; J 260882, 260897, 260905. 

[6 photographs] : 

Longpont Village and abbey, ruins, 
19261. — Looking from Belleau Village 
south across the valley to Belleau 
Wood, 19254. — Pilsen, Bohemia, Skoda 
works, where the famous Skoda mor- 
tars were made, 19251. — Stars and 
Stripes flying over Ehrenbreitstein 
fortress, en the Rhine, Germany, 
19249. — Trenches and shell holes, air- 
plane view, 19284. — Verdun, France, 
cathedral and Norte Dame, ruins ex- 
tending down to the banks of the 
Meuse, 19258. © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
each Apr. 27; J 261420-261425. 

[19 photographs] : 

American division headquarters at 
the front, 19264.— Amiens. France, 
wrecked buildings in, 19260. — Bread- 
fruit tree, Jamaica, 25153.— Brest, 
France, Camp Pontanezen, 19259. — 
Gathering coconuts, Jamaica, 25159. — 
German battery of 150-mm. guns, cap- 
tured by American troops near Mont- 
faucon, 19288. — German pill box in the 
Blanc Mont sector. Champagne, 
19263.— Grapefruit tree in full bear- 
ing, Jamaica, 25157. — Crape fruit tree, 
Jamaica, 25156. — Grappa (Mt.) and 
ruins of Quero. on the Italian battle 
front. 19253. — Kingston. Jamaica, 
Mango tree, 10245. — Mahun-sur-Yevre, 
France, one of the buildings of the 
American ordnance repair shops, 
19262. — One of the notorious F boats 
stranded on the south coast of Eng- 
land after surrender. 19287, — Pader- 






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Keystone view co. — Continued. 
[19 photographs] — Continued, 
ewski (Ignace Jan) and Mrs. Pader- 
ewski in the court yard of the Cha- 
teau of St. Germain-en-Laye, Paris, 
where Austria's peace treaty was 
signed, 11954. — Paderewski ( Ignace 
Jan) as Premier of Poland, attending 
peace conference in Paris, 11955. — 
Pimento plantation, Jamaica, 25154. — 
Repairing field telephone lines during 
a gas attack at the front, 19255. — 
Summer spraying in apple orchard, 
26082. — Trieste, Austria, water front, 
the prize taken by Italy from Austria, 
19257. © Mar. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 
9; J 261134-261152. 

[60 photographs] : 

Acres of lemons, Redlands, Calif., 
26069. — American citizens voting, 
18242.— Boy coming from factory with 
cane, 18221. — Boy scout irrigating 
flowers with garden hose, 23487. — 
Boy selling a n ewspaper, 18224. — 
Building a road, 18240. — Camping in 
the woods, 18239. — Cherry tree and 
fruit, Crawford County, Pa., 8216.— 
Children at a party, 18235. — Close 
view of an automobile, 18243. — Coast 
of Maine showing irregular coast line, 
23387. — -Cripple unable to work, 
18218.— Cumberland River and Mts., 
Ky., 23497. — Doctor dressing hand, 
18217. — Doctor going with medicine 
case to dress the burns, 18216. — Fam- 
ily picnic party, 18245. — Foreign school 
children at study hour, 18247. — Fred- 
ericksburg. Va., Piedmont Plateau, old 
battlefield, 23479. — George (Lake) 
N. Y., 23414.— Gettysburg, Pa., Culp's 
Hill from Cemetery Hill, 23455.— Girl 
helping her mother to iron, 18244. — 
Girl knitting a sweater, 18238.— Giv- 
ing help to man in sinking boat, 
18246.— Grazing herd. 111., 18448.— Hen 
and chicks, N. J., 23451. — High school 
building, 18229. — Hogs on a New 
York State farm, 23433.— In an Oregon 
forest, 26051. — James River, Va., 
23478.— Lawn party, 18222.— Man calls 
doctor by telephone, 18215. — Man 
crcssing track, 18219. — Man fishing, 
18220. — Man getting ready to go to 
work, 18232. — Man getting ready to 
run a race, 1S248. — Man reading news- 
paper, 18241. — Man sitting at desk in 
schoolhouse. 18230.— Mt. Vernon, Va., 
Gen. Washington's room, 23476. — Mt. 
Vernon, Va., spinning room, showing 
wheel and loom, 23477. — New York 
Harbor, Statue of Liberty, 23424.— 
Night school class, 18228. — Ox cart in 
southern Fla., 23485.— Pay day at fac- 



tory, 18223. — Pheasant in the park, 
1S237. — Picking grapes, New York 
State, 23431. — Pretty lagoon bridge in 
city park, 18236.— St. Augustine. Fla., 
Ponce de Leon hotel, in the garden, 
23494.— St. Mary's Rapids, Mich., 
26001.— Sandy beach in Florida, 
23493. — Sheep grazing in the bad lands 
of N. D., 20077.— Spokane, Wash., 
Lower Falls, 26047.— Tall man calls, 
18212. — Tall man, short man meeting, 
man in distance calling, 18213. — 
Thanksgiving dinner table. 18233 — 
Three boys and father, tall boy with 
ball in hand, 18214. — Ticonderoga 
(Fort) N. Y.. ruins, 23404.— Vast 
cauliflower field, Long Island, N. Y., 
23432.— White Mountains, N. H., 
23395. — Window display in pharmacy, 
18234.— Workmen at noon lunch, 18231. 
© Feb. 1, 1923: 2 c. each Apr. 5; 
J 260994-261053. 

[129 photographs] : 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 5; 
1168. — Agnus dei. Lamb of God, who 
takest away the sins of the world, 
1162. — Alone with Jesus. Thanksgiv- 
ing after holy communion, 1176. — ■ 
Altar of sacrifice. Calvary all over 
the world, 1105. — Arctic clog team, 
fast freight to the gold mines. 13332. — 
Behold the Lamb of God and his little 
lambs, 11S0. — Benediction vestments, 
surplice, stole, cope, 118S. — Blessed by 
God and in the sign of the cross in 
heaven there will be no sorrow and no 
pain, 1198. — Blessed Virgin's altar, 
1106. — Blessing of God upon me, 
1171. — Boston, Mass., Old state House, 
one of the cradles of liberty, 26098 — 
Boulder Canyon, Col., 26114.— Bull 
Run, Va., battlefield, old stone bridge, 
26117. — Burro train carrying gold ore 
down a mountain trail, Colorado, 
26028.— Canon, 1137.— Chalice. the 
purest gold, most precious jewels, 
Jesus precious blood, 1148. — Charles- 
ton, S. C„ loading cotton, 22088.— 
Charlestown, S. C, Magnolia garden, 
beautiful scene, 23482.— Child irri- 
gating flowers with sprinkling can, 
23488. — Confession at the proper time, 
never during mass, 1110. — Conse- 
crated to each other and to God. Un- 
til death do us part, 1184. — Credo. I 
believe in God, 1127. — Crossing the 
plains, showing scanty vegetation, 
sage brush and bunch grass, Montana, 
2G031. — Dairy barns and herd of Hol- 
stein cattle, 111., 18447. — Desert region 
of Nevada, 26035. — Divine banquet. 
Do this in commemoration of me^ 
1159. — Dominus vobiscum. Just be- 
fore the offeratory, 1129. — Entering 



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the church. A Christian's salute to 
our Saviour, 1109.— Epistle, 1123 — 
Et incarnatus est. Jesus, I adore 
thee, I love thee, 1128. — Et verbum 
caro factum est. Jesus, I adore thee, 
I love thee, 1173. — First communion 
mass. Suffer the little children to 
come unto me, 1179. — First train over 
White Pass and Yukon River, 27122 — 
Gloria.^ Glory to God in the highest, 
1121. — Gloria patri et filio et spiritui 
sancto. The angels and saints in 
heaven and I on earth, 1199. — God 
commanded sacrifice from the be- 
ginning of the world, 1101. — Golden 
Gate, Calif., 26061.— Gospel. I be- 
lieve it, I'll stand up for it, I love it, 
1125. — Great irrigation project pro- 
moted by President Roosevelt, 
26128.— Happiest day of all, 1181.— 
Harper's Ferry, W. Va., John Brown 
seized the U. S. armory, 26113.— 
Holy of Holies, the throne of the 
King of Kings, 1104. — I'll come to 
Jesus just as I am, 1166. — Introit, 
1119. — Ite missa est. It is finished, 
1170. — Jamestown, Va., ruins of old 
church; 26091. — Kyrie. Lord, have 
mercy, Christ, have mercy, 1120. — • 
Last gospel. I believe it, I'll stand up 
for it, I love it, 1172. — Leaders of fed- 
eration of labor, 11956. — Leaving 
Lord's home, 1177. — Marriage is a 
great sacrament, 1183. — Mass in gold 
and white vestments. Feast of our 
Lord, the Blessed Virgin, confessors, 
1149. — Memento for the dead. Eternal 
rest give unto them, O Lord, 1156. — 
Memento for the living, 1138. — Mem- 
phis, Tenn., stock farm, 26004. — Mt. 
Rainier natl. park, Wash., Mt. Rainier 
reflected in the clear water of Mirror 
Lake, 26036. — Munda cor meum, 
1124.— My Lord and my God, 1167.— 
North Yakima, Wash., an irrigated 
fruit farm, 26038.— Nuptial blessing, 
1185. — O salutaris hostia, Jesus my 
Saviour, 1191. — Ohio River and cities 
of Cincinnati, O., and Covington, Ky., 
26015. — Old custom house where the 
first American flag was raised in 
California, 26143. — Omnis honor et 
gloria, 1157. — On time, ready. Kneel- 
ing erect, with prayer book, eyes on 
the priest, 1115. — One of God's homes 
on earth, 1103. — Orange tree in fruit, 
Redlands, Calif., 26066.— Orate fratres, 
1134. — Ostensorium and the Sacred 
Host, 1197. — Pater noster. Our 
Father, who art in heaven, 1158. — 
Philadelphia, Pa., Fairmount park. 
Penn's house, 26142.— Pittsburgh, Pa., 
from Mt. Washington, junction of the 
Allegheny and the Monongahela and 
Ohio Rivers, 26146. — Post communion. 



1169.— Pot and platter of Miles Stan- 
dish, 25901. — Powder on the way to 
Commodore Perry, Lake Erie, 26083. — 
Prayers at the foot of the altar. 
There stood by the cross of Jesus, His 
Mother, 1174. — Preface, 1135. — Priest 
adoring the Sacred Host on the cor- 
poral. Jesus, I adore thee, I thank 
thee, I love thee, O hear me, 1143. — 
Priest adoringly holding the Sacred 
Host. O Jesus, I believe, ' 1141. — 
Priest arriving at the altar. I would 
have been on time for Calvary, 1114. — ■ 
Priest arriving at the altar. Some 
day in heaven I shall stand before 
God's throne, 1190. — Priest asks God's 
blessing upon the bread and wine, 
1139. — Priest beginning mass. The 
sign of the cross, 1116. — Priest break- 
ing the Sacred Host, 1160. — Priest 
consecrating the chalice. This is the 
chalice of my blood, 1145. — Priest con- 
secrating the Sacred Host. This is my 
body, 1140. — Priest drinking the 
precious blood. Drink ye all of this, 
1165.— Priest drops a small piece of 
the Sacred Host into the precious 
blood, 1161.— Priest elevating the chal- 
ice. My Jesus, mercy, 1146. — Priest 
elevating the Sacred Host. My Lord 
and my God, 1142. — Priest ending the 
oration. Bowing to the Crucifix, 1122. — 
Priest incensing the Blessed Sacra- 
ment. My Jesus, I adore thee, I thank 
thee, I love thee, 1194. — Priest kissing 
+ he altar. 1118. — Priest offering: the 
chalice, 1132. — Priest offering the Sa- 
cred Host. Jesus, I give thee my 
heart, 1130. — Priest partially vested. 
The alb, cincture, maniple, stole, 
1112. — Priest pouring wine into the 
chalice, 1131. — Priest putting incense 
into the censer, 1193. — Priest vested for 
benediction, altar boys with incense 
and censer, 1189. — Priest vested for 
mass, the chasuble, 1113. — Priest vest- 
ing in the sacristy, the amice, 1111. — 
Priest washing his fingers, 1133. — 
Priest with the veil over his shoulders. 
Let more of reverence in us dwell. 
1196. — Priest's communion. Take ye 
and eat," 1164. — Priest's confiteor. 
After his, my own, 1117. — Primitive 
method of cleaning rice, Philippines. 
24051. — Profound adoration. My Lord 
and my God, 1192.— Railroad in Platte 
Canyon, Col., 26115.— Real Catholic 
wedding at holy mass, 1182. — Reqirem 
mass in black vestments. Have pity 
on me, at least you, my friends, 
1153.— Roosevelt (Ex President Theo- 
dore) in the campaign of 1912. 
11957.— Sacred Host, Jesus. 1144.— St. 
Augustine, Fla., where slaves were 
commodities, 26116. — St. Joseph's al- 



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:G44 



pt. iv, n. s., v. IS 



Keystone view co. — Continued. 
[129 photographs] — Continued. 
tar, 1107— St. Louis, Mo., great bridge, 
26022.— St. Paul, Minn., Indian 
mounds, 26021. — San Francisco Har- 
bor from Telegraph Hill. Calif., 
26071.— Sanctus. Holy, holy, holy 
God, 1136. — Saratoga, N. Y., monu- 
ment, 26085. — Signs of the cross over 
the chalice and Sacred Host, 1155. — 
Smith (Capt. John) about to be killed 
by Powhatan is spared because of the 
plea of Pocahontas, 26092.— Solemn 
benediction. In heaven I shall see 
Him face to face, 1187. — Solemn high 
mass, 1108. — Their first wedding guest, 
1186. — Veneremur cernui. With head 
bowed low we thee adore, 1195. — Visit- 
ing our Lord and His Mother, 1178. — 
Washington, D. C, Capitol, supreme 
court room, 26147. — What the priest 
consecrates at mass. My desire is to 
be with the children of men. 1154. — 
Word of God and for me, 1126. © 
May 3, 1923: 2 c. each June 2; J 
261967-262095. 

Kidd (John Sylvanus) Chicago. 

8644, 8645 

Shock absorbing caster spring. 
[Blueprint] © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1923; 
I 7819. 

Same. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1923; 

1 7898. 

Kimball studio, Concord, N. H. 

8646, 8647 

Alexander (Harry L.) © Apr. 27, 
1923; 2 c. May 2; J 261661., 

Newton (Earl F.) © Apr. 21, 1923 ; 

2 c. Apr. 23; J 261339. 

Kincaid (F. W.) Washington. 

8648-8651 

Mt. Vernon, Va., Washington's tomb, 
34. © May 28, 1923; 2 c. May 28; 
J 261896. 

Washington, D. C. : 

Capital plaza, 39. — President's home 
and office. 11. — Union station plaza, 24. 
© May 28. 1923; 2 c. each May 28; 
J 261897-261899. 

King featukes syndicate, inc., New 
York. 8652-8711 

Barney Google. Feb. 25-June 3. 1923. 
[Weekly] © Feb. 25-June 3, 1923: 
1 c. each Mar. 6- June 12: K 173435, 
173510. 173537, 173752, 174202, 174204, 
174284, 174567, 174808, 175048, 175464, 
175414, 175614, 175712, 175876. 

Stumble inn, Feb. 24-June 2, 1923. 
[Weekly] © Feb. 24-June 2, 1923; 



1 c. each Mar. 6- June 12: K 173437, 
173509. 173535, 173751. 174201, 174206, 
174283, 174566, 174810, 175046, 175289, 
175412, 175612, 175710, 175878. 

Tillie the toiler, Feb. 25-June 3, 1923. 
[Weekly] © Feb. 25-June 3. 1923; 

1 c. each Mar. 6-June 12. 1923; K 
173436. 173511, 173538, 173753, 174203, 
174205, 174285, 174568. 174809, 175049, 
175465, 175415, 175615, 175713, 175S77. 

Toots and Casper, Feb. 25-June 3, 
1923. [Weekly] © Feb. 25-June 3, 
1923; 1 c. each Mar. 6-June 12; K 
173434, 173512, 173536, 173750, 174200, 
174207, 174564, 174565, 174807, 175047, 
175290, 175413, 175613, 175711, 175875. 

Kinsman (Robert H.) London. 8712 
Good luck sir, from Luxor. © 1 c. 
Apr. 25, 1923 ; J 261382. 

Klapp & Winkler, Natchez, Miss. 

8713-8719 

[7 prints] : 

Bookplates.— Ex libris, 1-3.— If I 
should wander send me home.— My 
book. — This book belongs to. © Mar. 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 29 ; K 173787- 
173793. 

Klatt (Russell F.) Cleveland. 8720 
[Radio hook up. Blueprint] © 1 c. 
May 7, 1923; I 7922. 

Kling, Gibson co., Chicago. 8721 

Home kitchen. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923 ; 
J 261449. 

Knapp co., inc., New York. 8722-8791 

\4 prints] : 

Builders. — Crucial moment. — Dor- 
is.— Land of dreams. © Dec. 26. 1922 ; 

2 c. each May 9, 1923; K 175077- 
175080. 

[32 prints] : 

Before the white man came. — Be- 
side the still waters. 326-4. — Beware 
of the dog. 814-4 — Bohemian girl. — ■ 
By the light of the silvery moon. — 
Cinderella. — Fair wind and a follow- 
ing sea. 413-4. — Fast falls the even- 
tide. — Georgette. — Haven of content- 
ment. — Heart of the nation. — House by 
the side of the road. — House to lodge 

friend, 321-4. — Lincoln (Abraham) — 
Love's gift. — Me an' mother, 813-4. — 
Meditation. — Miss Virginia. — Nokomis, 
daughter of the moon. — Old sweet- 
heart of mine. — Pansy. — Pearl of the 
north, 539-4.— Philadelphia, 784-4. 
( [Seeing America series] ) — Pitts- 
burgh, 786-4. ( [ Seeing America se- 
ries] ) — Queen o' the may. — Say it with 
flowers. — Sport model. — Sport of kings, 
734-4. — Thoroughbreds. — Warrior's re- 



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8826 



turn, 733-4. — Washington (George) — 
Watchful waiting. © Dec. 26, 1922; 
2 c. each Mar. 5, 1923; K 174604- 
174635. 

[34 prints] : 

Atlantic City, 788^.— Beautifying, 
565-3. — Beggars mustn't be choosers, 
824-3. — Bird in hand is worth two in 
the bush, 825-3.— Boston, 78N-4 — Chi- 
cago, 785-4. — Discretion is the better 
part of valor, 82N-3. — Dreaming, 
56N-3. — Hitch your wagon to a star, 
822-3.— Ignorance is bliss, 827-3 — 
Meditating, 56D-3 — Motoring, 562-3.— 
New Orleans, 783-4. — New York, 
78D-4— Niagara Falls, 789-4.— No 
rose without its thorns, 826-3. — Noth- 
ing ventured, nothing gained, 820-3. — 
Old friends are the best, 82D-3 — 
Palm Beach, 782-4.— Pleading, 561-3. 
—Posing, 563-3.— Quebec, 780-4.— 
Race is not to the swift, 821-3.— Reflect- 
ing, 564-3.— Riding, 560-3.— St. Louis, 
784-4. — Shopping, 569-3. — Swimming, 
567-3.— Teasing, 566-3.— To err is 
human, to forgive, divine, 828-3. — Two 
heads are better than one, 829-3. — 
Washington, D. C, 781-4.— Watching, 
568-3. — Word to the wise is sufficient, 
823-3. © Dec. 26, 1922; 2 c. each 
Mar. 5, 1923 ; K 174570-174603. 

Kneisler bros., Milwaukee. 8792 

We serve chicken dinners. © Apr. 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. May 2 ; K 176182. 

Knisey (C. K.) Seattle. 8793 

Rainier (Mt). © Mar. 14, 1923; 2 
c. Mar. 19 ; J 260616. 

Knox (R. C.) agency, Hartford. 8794 
Chart giving percentage of loss col- 
lectible from insurance co. [etc] © 
Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; I 7717. 

Koch (William C.) St. Paul. 

8795-8797 

Familiar railroad map, 1, tuning 
chart, 2. © May 11, 1923; 2 c. May 
7; I 8074. 

Instruction chart, 1, 2. © May 11, 
1923; 2 c. each May 7; I 8075, 8076. 

Koechel (Walter P.) Bogota, N. J. 

8798 
Loop aerial calculator. © Apr. 13, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 21 ; I 7894. 

Koken cos., inc., St. Louis. 8799 

Sheba. [Free offer certificate] © 

Apr. 25, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; K 175028. 

Koven (L. O.) & bro., Jersey City. 

8800 
Barrel machine, 32-40. [Blueprint] 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1923 ; I 7865. 



Kraft (Carl) New York. 8801 

Kraft promotion chart. © Mar. 21, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 30 ; I 7905. 

Krebs (Stanley Walter) New York. 

8802 
Do your best. © Mar. 24, 1923; 2 
c. Apr. 5 ; K 173978. 

Kupke (Edward Henry W.) Kenney, 

111. 8803 

Rheims, France, cathedral smiling 

thru amid the ruins. © 1 c. May 

31, 1923 ; J 261904. 

La Erode (Leo Louis) New Bedford, 
Mass. 8804 

Alterations and additions to Mills 
bldg. for New Bedford dry goods co. 
[Elevation of 4 story department store, 
etc. Blueprint] © 1 c. May 14, 1923 ; 

1 7937. 

Ladewich (Edward G.) Mansfield, O. 

8805-8820 
Mc. B. L. co. 1429-1431. © Mar. 1, 
1923; 2 c. each Apr. 9; J 261099- 
261101. 

1456. © Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. 

Apr. 9; J 261102. 

1463-1466, 1469-1474. © Apr. 

1, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 9; J 261103- 
261112. 

1477, 1478. © Apr. 15, 1923; 

2 c. Apr. 18 ; J 261291. 

1479, 1480. © Apr. 15, 1923 ; 2 

c. Apr. 18 ; J 261292. 

Lamb (Thomas B.) New York. 

8821-S826 

Kiddyland movie cut-outs. (In 

Good housekeeping, Nov., 1922) © 

Oct. 20, 1922; 2 c. Apr. 18, 1923; 

K 174295. 

(In Good housekeeping, Dec, 

1922) © Nov. 20, 1922; 2 c. Apr. 18, 
1923; K 174296. 

(In Good housekeeping, Jan., 

1923) © Dec. 20, 1922; 2 c. Apr. IS, 
1923 ; K 174297. 

(In Good housekeeping, Feb., 

1923) © Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 18; 
K 174298. 

(In Good housekeeping, Mar., 

1923) © Feb. 20. 1923: 1 c. Apr. IS; 
1 c. May 8 ; K 175082, 

(In Good housekeeping, Apr., 

1923) © Mar. 20. 1923; 2 c. Apr. IS; 
K 174299. 



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Lane (Neixie B.) Venice, Calif. 

8827-8829 
Jolly Nellie, fat girl, A-C. © Feb. 
2, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 14 ; J 262328- 
262330. 

Lange (David C.) Clemson college, 

S. C. 8830 

South Carolina (Univ. of) womans 

bulding competition [2 sheets] © 1 c. 

June 2; I 8028. 

Lange (William) Areata, Calif. 

8831, 8832 
Spott (Alice) © Feb. 26, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 26 ; J 260747. 

Spott (Minnie) © Feb. 26, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 26 ; J 260746. 

Larson, Sokahan co., Salem, Or. 

8833 
Polly wants to plex it. © Mar. 23, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 23 ; K 174450. 

Laundkeyette mfg. co., Cleveland. 

8834 
Educational advertising. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1923 ; J 261269. 

Laval co., inc., Fresno, Calif. 

8835, 8836 
Fresno, Calif., business district, sky- 
line. © Apr. 14, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 20; 
J 261294. 

His first birthday cake. © Apr. 9, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 16 ; J 261248. 

Laweence and Norwood, Washington. 

8S37 
Parked. © Mar. 27, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 
27 ; K 173746. 

Law son (Eben Ezer) Willmar, 
Minn. 8838, 8839 

Letter D picture puzzle. © Apr. 12, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 14 ; K 174508. 

[What is wrong, 2] © Mar. 16, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 29 ; K 173817. 

Lay (Charles Edwin) Cincinnati. 

8840 
Lay's three place 0-3 touring bi- 
plane. [Blueprint] © Apr. 16, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 14 ; I 8066. 

Leachman (Harden B.) Bensenville, 
111. 8841-8849 

Announcing honeymoon excursion. 
© May 25, 1923; 2 c. June 2; K 
175586. 

[8 prints] : 

Are you proud of the watch you 
wear? — Diamonds are love's ambassa- 
dors. — Flash. — Great value — Spring- 
time, ringtime. — To you who never 



thought of owning diamonds. — We sell 
diamonds on faith. — What can match 
diamonds as an investment? © May 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 2 ; K 175587- 
175594. 

Leason (Jesse A.) St. Paul. 8850 

Fetsch (Bernice) © May 28, 1923; 
2 c. May 31 ; J 261929. 

Lentine (Gaspare Emanuel) San 

Francisco. 8851-8857 

Rheims, France, cathedral of 

Rheims, 1-6. © 1 c. each June 12, 

12, 1923 ; J 262313-262318. 



Sea gull, 7. 
J 262312. 



© 1 c. June 12, 1923; 



Leonard (Stanley H.) Portsmouth, 

Va. 8858 

Naborhood delivery grocers. © 

June 15, 1923 ; 2 c. June 20 ; K 176093. 

Levy, Shtjlman & co., New York. 

8859 

Standard of comparison. © Apr. 
7, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 16 ; K 174255. 

Lewis (Joseph Howard) Boston. 

8860 
Distance chart in nautical miles. 
[Blueprint] © Jan. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. May 
3; I 7932. 

Lewis (Ralph Glenn) Balboa 

Heights, Canal Zone. 8861 

U. S. Fleet in Panama Bay. © 

Mar. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 16 ; J 261168. 

Lichty metal products co., Waterloo, 
la. 8862-8880 

Monitor hoghouse plan, A (232032, 
232040, 232048, 232240, 232248, 232256, 
232448, 232456, 232464) B (232048, 
232448, 232456, 232464, 232648, 232656, 
232664, 232880) [Blueprints] © 
June 11, 1923; 2 c. each June 13; I 
8132-8148. 

details, A23 and B23, sec. 1, 2. 

[Blueprints] © June 11, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each June 13 ; I 8130, 8131. 

Life insurance co. of Va., Richmond. 

8881 
Looking to the future. © Nov. 20, 
1922 ; 2 c. May 21, 1923 ; K 175392. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co., New 
York. 8882 

Package suggests it. (In Every- 
body's, Feb., 1923) © Jan. 10, 1923; 
1 c. Mar. 16 ; K 173483. 



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8926 



Lincoln (Harry J.) music co., Phila- 
delph.a. 8883,8884 

Girls of America. © May 26, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 28; J 261884. 

Listening in. © May 26, 1923 ; 2 c. 
May 28; J 261883. 

Lindsay (Lloyd E.) Oklahoma City. 

8885 
Subsurface chart of Beckham 
County, Okl. [Blueprint] © Apr. 17, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 21 ; I 7916. 

Litchfied (Laura K.) Melrose High- 
lands, Mass. 8886 
Poppin garment. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1923; I 7794. 

LitiIle petnt, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

8887 
New Rochelle. N. Y., queen city of 
the sound. © May 10, 1923 ; 2 c. May 
23 ; K 176082. 

Local advertising service, Philadel- 
phia. 8888 
America as reflected by radio, mind's 
eve v ew. © Mar. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 

27 ; J 261578. 

Lockwood (Geo. R.) Chula Vista, 
Calif. 8889, 8890 

Sky pilot star and planet guide. © 
Jan. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. May 19 ; I 7951. 

Sol-a-clipse, chart of the eclipse of 
the sun, Sept. 10, 1923. © May 1, 
1923; 2 c. May 19; I 7950. 

Loeb (Carl) Chicago. 8891 

[ Harmon o chrome therapy Loeb] © 
June 10, 1923 ; 2 c. May 28 ; I 8122. 

Lohman (Alfred M.) Washington. 

8892, 8893 

Too nice to stay out and too cold 
to get in. © May 26, 1923 ; 2 c. May 
26 ; J 261874. 

Washington, D. C, nature's mirror. 
© Apr. 13, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; J 261197. 

London & Scottish assurance corp., 
ltd., U. S. branch, New York. 

889 I 
[Security in insurance] © May 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 22 ; K 175404. 

Long (W. E.) co., Chicago. 

8895, 8896 

There's a difference in bread. [24 
sheet poster] © Apr. 14, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 19 ; K 174396. 

— 013783. © Apr. 25, 1923; 

2 c. May 3; K 174811. 



Los Angeles examiner, Los Angeles. 

8897-8926 
Avoid mixed names in silhouette 
test, 46-48. © Apr. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. May 
4; K 174840. 

Can you guess them? © Apr. 11, 



1923 



c. Apr. 17 ; K 174280. 



Can you recognize these three stars? 
© Apr. 9, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 17 ; K 174278. 

Contestants cutting out own silhou- 
ettes, 58-60. © Apr. 27, 1923; 2 c. 
May 4 ; K 174844. 

Do you know them, 34-36. © Apr. 
19, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 30; K 174650. 

-43-45. © Apr. 22, 1923; 2 c. 

Apr. 30; K 174647. 

Extra sheets ready in silhouette test, 
49-51. © Apr. 24, 1923 ; 2 c. May 4 ; 
K 174841. 

Guess these picture stars and get 
prize, 31-33. © Apr. 18, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 30 ; K 174651. 

Here's 3 more stars to test your 
memory, 76-78. © May 3, 1923; 2 c. 
May 14; K 175218. 

If you miss shadow portrait, try 
aga'n, 70-72. © May 1, 1923; 2 c. 
May 9 ; K 175063. 

Interest quickens as contest nears 
close, 88-90. © May 7, 1923; 2 c. 
May 14 ; K 175222. 

Name these film stars? © Apr. 12, 
1923; 2 c. Apr. 17; K 174281. 

Name these picture stars if you can. 
© Apr. 10, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 17; K 
174279. 

Now is time to enter big silhouette 
contest, 52-54. © Apr. 25, 1923 ; 2 c. 
May 4 ; K 174842. 

Silhouette coupons must be sent to- 
day, 40-42.. © Apr. 21, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 
30; K 174648. 

[Silhouette group, 16-181 © Apr. 
13, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 25 ; K 174481 . 

[19-21] © Apr. 14, 1923 ; 2 c. 

Apr. 25; K 174482. 

[22-24] © Apr. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. 

Apr. 25; K 174483. 

[25-27] © Apr. 16, 1923 ; 2 c. 

Apr. 25; K 1744S4. 

[2S-30] © Apr. 17, 1923 ; 2 c. 

Apr. 25 ; K 174485. 

Silhouettes hailed as doom chasers. 
73-75. © May 2. 1923; 2 c. May 9; 
K 175064. 

Skippv sends in his own silhouette, 
61-63. © Apr. 28, 1923; 2 c. May 9; 
K 175065. 



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8927 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Los Angeles examinee — Continued. 

Three faces pictured here to test 
your wits, 85-87. © May 6 ,1923 ; 2 c. 
May 14 ; K 175221. 

Three famous film stars to baffle 
you, 55-57. © Anr. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. May 
4 ; K 174S43. 

Time to speed up in shadow contest, 
79-81. © May 4, 1923; 2 c. May 14, 
1923 ; K 175219. 

Today's silhouettes need careful 
study, 67-69. © Apr. 30, 1923; 2 c. 
May 9 ; K 175062. 

Watch your step in silhouette con- 
test, 82-84. ©May 5, 1923; 2 c. Mav 
14 ; K 175220. 

What is the modern standard of 
beauty, 64-66. © Apr. 29, 1923; 2 c. 
May 9 ; K 175066. 

Who are these noted motion picture 
stars, 37-39. © Apr. 20, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 30; K 174649. 

Who are these screen favorites? © 
Apr. 8, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 17 ; K 174277. 

Lowe brothers co., Dayton, O. 8927 
Neptunite rubbing stands it. © 
Mar. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 5 ; K 173966. 

Lumart studio, Toledo, O. 

8928, 8929 

Colter {Mrs. Morris W.) © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1923 ; J 260774. 

Vogler (Anna K.) © Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
2 c. Jan. 26 ; J 260775. 

Macbeth (William) inc., New York. 

8930 
Palmer (Anne) ; by Abbott H. 
Thayer. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1923; J 
260676. 

McCormick (Chester B.) El Paso. 

8931 
McCormick's mah jongg playing 
chart and wind dial. © Mar. 28, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 5 ; I 7882. 

McCtjlloch bros., Phoenix, Ariz. 

8932-8942 

[11 photographs] : 

Coming through cactus forest. — 
Looking toward skeleton cave. — Our 
dog. — Seal Rocks. — Skeleton cave, 
1-5. — Starting on the expedition. — 
Strange rock formation. © May 5. 
1923; 2 c. each May 11; J 261955- 
261965. 

McCurry foto co., Sacramento, Calif. 

8943 
Johnson (Senator Hiram W.) © 
1 c. Dec. 26, 1922 ; J 261878. 



McDonald (Annie L.) Santa Monica, 
Calif. 8944 

Mater dolorosa. © Mar. 31, 1923; 
2 c. May 2 ; K 174754. 

MacDonald (Pirie) New York. 

8945-8972 

Adams (Frank R.) A. B. © Feb. 1, 
1923; 2 c. each June 15; J 262354, 
262355. 

Doyle (Sir Arthur Conan) A, B. 
© Oct. 1, 1922; 2 c. each June 15; J 
262356, 262357. 

Held (John) jr. © June 2, 1923; 2 
c. June 15 ; J 262363. 

Nicholson (Meredith) A, B. © Oct. 
1, 1922 ; 2 c. each June 15 ; J 262347, 
262348. 

Terhune (Albert Payson) A — D. © 
Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. each June 15; J 
262349-262352. 

[3 photographs] : 

Barton (Ralph) — Cornwell 
(Dean)— MacFarlane (Peter C.) © 
June 1, 1923; 2 c. each June 15; J 
262341, 262345, 262353. 

[5 photographs] : 

Bacon (Henry) — Chadwick (George 
W.)— Hill (David Jayne)— Shorey 
(Paul) — Thayer (William Roscoe) 
© May 15, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 15 ; J 
262361, 262362, 262364-262366. 

[9 photographs] : 

Braley (Berton) A, B. — Fisher 
(Harrison) A, B. — Glass (Mon- 
tague ) — Mclntyre ( O. O. ) — Pennell 
(Joseph) A— C. © Nov. 1. 1922; 2 c. 
each June 15, 1923; J 262342-262344, 
262346, 262358-262360, 262367, 262368. 

McFarland (Julian) San Francisco. 

8973 
Map of the solar system. © May 2, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 15 ; I 8061. 

McGraw-Hill co., inc., New York. 

8974 
Buying structure of industry. © 
June 8, 1923; 2 c. June 11; I 8071. 

McLean (Laura I.) Spokane, Wash. 

8975 
[Band box laundry. Blueprint] © 
1 c. Apr. 21, 1923 ; I 7897. 

MacMullen (Gerald F.) San Diego, 
Calif. 8976-8978 

[3 photographs] : 

Mississippi (U. S. S.) forward tur- 
rets. — Oregon (U. S. S.) at night. — 
South Dakota (U. S. S.) at night. © 
May 17, 1923; 2 c. each June 12; J 
262332-262334. 



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9095 



McMuekay (Mueray) Webster City, 
la. 8979 

Hatched to lay. © Apr. 12, 1923; 
1 c. Apr. 16 ; K 174812. 

McNicol (Jessie H.) Boston. 

8980-8997 

[IS prints] : 

Because yu've always brought to me 
so much of. joy and cheer [etc] — 
Christmas means carols and candles 
and snow [etc] — Greetings for Christ- 
mas.— Id like to give you Christmas 
gifts [etc] — If I could send a blossom 
bright [etc] — If I could send you the 
things that I wish [etc] — May Christ- 
mas travel down your road [etc] — My 
Christmas gardens planted with dear 
old fashioned flowers [etc] — -My heart's 
a little Christmas wait [etc] — My 
wishes are bright candles upon a 
Christmas tree [etc] — No treasure 
laden caravan [etc] — Sing the old 
time carols [etc] — Snow clad hills and 
woodlands bare [etc] — To wish you a 
jolly Christmas. — Upon the hemlock 
and the pine [etc] — We are lighting 
the Christmas candles [etc] — We come 
to bring you love and cheer [etc] — 
You've brought into my life [etc] © 
Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. each June 8; K 
175791-175808. 

McWhoeter (Lucullus Virgil) Ya- 
kima, Wash. 8998, 8999 
Indian hunter, 1, 2. © Apr. 13, 
1923; 2 c. each May 29; J 281900, 
261901. 

Mahone (Leslie Wilmore) Ames, la. 

9000 
[Protractor with plotting arm] © 1 
c. May 11, 1923; I 7929. 

Malleey (Frances) Redondo Beach, 
Calif. 9001, 9002 

Chums. © Nov. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. Apr. 
2, 1923 ; J 260797. 

Playmates. © Nov. 15, 1922; 2 c. 
Apr. 2, 1923; J 260796. 

Malone (G. R.) Highland Park, Mich. 

9003 

[Patriotic decorations for diplomas] 

© Apr. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 25 ; K 175152. 

Manver (Joseph M.) Galveston, Tex. 

9004 
Galveston, Tex., bathing girl revue 
contestants, May 13, 1923. © May 18, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 21 ; J 261682. 

Maratta (Hardesty Gillmore), Wood- 
stock, N. Y. 9005 
[Maratta's plastic atomical ele- 
ments] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1923 ; I 7854. 



Maeceaij (Theodore C.) New York. 

9006-9095 
Blackton {Mr. & Mrs. J. Stewart) 
and 2 children. © May 8, 1923; 2 c. 
May 12 ; J 261614. 

Bloemecke {Mrs. Henry J.) © Mar. 
28, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 30 ; J 260967. 

Bocon {Madame Sever) © May 14, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 23 ; J 261753. 

Boody (Virginia) B. © May 14, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 23 ; J 261755. 

Booth {Mrs. Ballington) © Apr. 
16, 1923 ; 2 c. May 1 ; J 261507. 

Brokaw (Julia) © Apr. 18, 1923 ; 2 
c. May 1 ; J 261513. 

Cebrian (Beatrice) B. © June 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 7 ; J 262267. 

Clayburg {Mrs. A.) © May 8, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 12 ; J 261617. 

Douglas {Mrs. Walter) © Mar. 31, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 30 ; J 360958. 

Grem (E.) A. © Apr. 18, 1923; 2 c. 
May 1 ; J 261511. 

Jaquith (W. H.) © Apr. 9, 1923; 
2 c. Apr. 13 ; J 261396. 

Jonnesco {Mme. PI.) © May 14, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 23 ; J 261758. 

Kerens (J. K.) © Apr. 25, 1923; 
2 c. May 1 ; J 261504. 

K • ng ( Gwendolyn ) © May 7, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 12 ; J 261620. 

Libbey (Laura Jean) © Mar. 30, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 30 ; J 260954. 

Marshall {Mrs. John) © May 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 8 ; J 261586. 

Rowe {Mrs. Wm. W.) A. B. ©Apr. 
16, 1923; 2 c. each May 1; J 261508, 

261509. 

Whiting (Jean) © Apr. 16, 1923; 
2 c. May 1 ; J 261584. 

[3 photographs] : 

Barry (Kathleen) — Libbey, Laura 
Jean) — Schermerhorn {Mrs. John R. ) 
© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 80; 
J 260953, 260957, 260959. 

[3 photographs] : 

Bloemecke {Mrs. Henry J.) — Buck- 
ley {Miss G.) — Rogers {Mrs. Armi- 
stead C.) © Apr. 7, 1928; 2 c. each 
Apr. 13; J 201221, 201223. 261226. 

[3 photographs] : 

Boody (Virginia) A. — Hoeller {Miss 
A.) B. — Magner (Katherine) © May 
15, 1923: 2 c. each May 23; J 261754, 
261756, 261760. 



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Marceau ( Theodore C. ) — Continued. 
[3 photographs] : 

Covert (Frances) — Dickey (Mrs. 
Wm.)— Grem (E.) B. © Apr. 17, 
1923; 2 c. each May 1; J 261501, 
261510, 261512. 

[3 photographs] : 

Davis (Mary C.) — Hoar (Con- 
stance)— McRoberts (Mrs. R. R.) © 
May 2, 1923; 2 c. each May 8; J 
261587, 261590, 261591. 

[3 photographs] : 

Dehevoise (Miss M.) — Shea (Char- 
lotte) — Youngquist (Mrs.) © Apr. 9, 
1923; 2 c. each Apr. 13; J 261218, 
261224, 261227. 

[3 photographs] : 

Eyre (Gladys) — Reagan (Mary) — 
Roever (Mrs. C. S.) © Apr. 30, 
1923; 2 c. each May 8; J 261592, 
261593, 261598. 

[3 photographs] : 

Gillen (Mrs. C. W. ) —Gunnison 
( Stanley E. ) —Smith ( H. L. ) © Mar. 
25. 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 30 ; J 260950, 
260963, 260966. 

[3 photographs] : 

Hoefler (Miss A.) A. — Fujiyama 
(R.)— Gould (George J.) © May 16, 
1923; 2 c. each May 23; J 261752, 
261757, 261759. 

[4 photographs] : 

Bocon (Mme Sever) — De Pourtales 
(Countess Horace)— Lehy (Mrs. J. 
P.)— Slade (Mrs. H. Lewis) jr. © 
Apr. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. each May 1 ; 
J 261498, 261500, 261503, 261506. 

[4 photographs] : 

Curley (Bishop) — Royle (Josephine) 
and Selina. — Shanley (Mary) — Slade 
(Mrs. H. Lewis) jr. © Apr. 24, 1923; 
2 c. each May 1; J 261497, 261499, 
261502, 261505. 

[4 photographs] : 

Fujiyama (Raila) — Hawley (Fran- 
ces)— Hill (Mrs. William F.)— Varet 
(Leila) © May 29, 1923; 2 c. each 
June 7; J 262263, 262265, 262271, 
262272. 

[4 photographs] : 

Green (Airs. H. J.) — Leeds (Wm. 
B.) A, B. — Zemansky (Louise) © 
May 6, 1923; 2 c. each May 12; 
J 261615, 261616, 261618, 261619. 

[5 photographs] : 

Allen (Evelyn) — Brown (Iris) — Ce- 
brian (Beatrice) A. — Rueber (Mrs. 
M. H.)— Smith (Emily) B. © Mav 
31, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 7 ; J 262264 
262266, 262270, 262273, 262276. 



[5 photographs] : 

Burnham (Viscount) — Cecil (Lord 
Robert ) — Gould ( Gloria ) — Lord 

(Mrs.)— Pound (Dr. William A.) © 
Apr. 8, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 13; 
J 261219, 261220, 261222, 261225, 
261228. 

[5 photographs] : 

Hatfield (Henry R.) La Fique 
(Alexander A.) — Payne (Miriam) — 
Smith (Emily) A.— Talbott (Grace) 
© May 30. 1923 ; 2 c. each June 7 ; J 
262262, 262268, 262269, 262274, 262275. 

[6 photographs] : 

Bettman (Mrs. M.) — Fontenilliat 
(Countess Rene de) — Kellogg (Mrs. 
L. L.)— Kemp (Miss) B— Stone (Col. 
David)— Thompson (Mrs. H.) © 
Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 30; 
J 260949, 260952, 260955, 260960, 
260962, 260965. 

[7 photographs] : 

Condon (Betty) — Hughes (Miss) A, 
B.- — Kemp (Miss) A. — Lang (Mrs. 
Carl ) — Weigert ( Bertha ) — Wilkin 
(Mrs. B. J.) © Mar. 27, 1923- 2 c. 
each Mar. 30 ; J 260946-260948, 260951, 
260956, 260961, 260964. 

Marcus (Samuel) New York. 

9096, 9097 

Dver (John) © Mar. 1, 1923; 1 
c. Mar. 8 ; 1 c. Mar. 19 ; J 260650. 

Same. © Feb. 26, 1923; 1 c. 

Mar 8 ; 1 c. Mar. 19 ; J 260649. 

Marfleet and Hart studio, Sterling, 

111. 9098 

Sterling. 111., Lincoln tavern. © 

Apr. 17, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 21 ; J 261333. 

Marshall (Arthur Harmon) Vancou- 
ver, Wash. 9099 
Two hearts that beat as one. © 
May 15, 1923 ; 2 c. May 21 ; J 261681. 

Martin (Edmund Franklin) Eugene, 
Or. 9100, 9101 

Moon shine still. © Apr. 23, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 28; J 261451. 

Raid. © Apr. 23, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 
28; J 261452. 

Martin (Mont) Terre Haute, Ind. 

9102 
Lest we forget. © June 2, 1923; 
2 c. June 4 ; K 175620. 

Master craft pub. co., Chicago. 

9103-9108 

[6 prints] : 

Birthdays is wliut we all don't 
seem to have nuthin' else but. — Does 
you not write pretty soon [etc] — I'se 
so lonesome fo' you dat ah couldn't 



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9158 



work [etc] — When is yo' comin' 
back? — Yo' birthday? — Yo' think yo' 
is ancient? © Apr. 20, 1923; 1 c. 
each Apr. 21 ; 1 c. each May 14 ; 
K 175295-175300. 

Matthews (Ben. V.) Winston-Salem, 
N. C. 9109-9118 

[5 photographs] : 

Breach (William) —Gordon (S. 
D. ) — Hanes ( James G. ) — Manley 
(Clement) — Tuckey (W. Leon) © 
Apr. 10, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 13; 
J 261263-261267. 

[5 photographs] : 

Daniels (Josenhus) A, B. — Johnson 
(W. E. Pussyfoot)— Leiber (Fritz) 
A, B. © Mar. 8, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 
19 ; J 260636-260640. 

Matthews (James Elijah) Little 

Rock, Ark. 9119-9123 

All the presidents of the U. S. A. 

and terms of service. © Apr. 14, 1923 ; 

2 c. Apr. 17; J 261450. 

Little Rock, Ark., New Broadway 
bridge. © May 16, 1923 ; 2 c. May 21 ; 
J 261676. 

[3 photographs] : 

Back in 1840 we plowed with oxens, 
later we plowed with horses, now we 
don't have to use either, see the trac- 
tor plow. — Direct to consumer. — I saw 
the train go round the bend. © Apr. 
26, 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 30 ; J 261472- 
261474. 

Matjrer (Joseph M.) Galveston, Tex. 

9124 

Galveston, Tex., bathing girl revue, 

prize winners, May 22, 1922. © May 

23, 1922 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1923 ; J 260798. 

Maurice (W. G.) Hot Springs, Ark.. 

9125 
Hot Springs, Ark., America's health 
resort, in 1875. © May 4, 1923; 2 c. 
June 22 ; K 176145. 

Meador (Thomas Owen) Mexia, Tex. 

9126 
Hughes (J. K.) and his Morrow well 
no. 1. © Apr. 28, 1923; 2 c. May 7; 
J 261853. 

Merchant assn. of Coronado, Coro- 
nado, Calif. 9127 

Coronado, Calif., fete of the sun, 

Sept. 10, 1923. © May 21, 1923 ; 2 c. 

May 31 ; J 261930. 

Mershon advertising agency, Chi- 
cago. 912S, 9129 
Headquarters of national childrens 
savings association. © Jan. 30, 192,"); 
2 c. Feb. 1 ; K 173734. 



Savings script issued by members of 
[etc] © Dec. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1923 ; K 173733. 

Metcalf (Grace Evelyn) LaCrosse, 
Wis. 9130-9132 

Fairy pool. © Nov. 15, 1922; 2 c. 
Nov. 6 ; J 261162. 

Languid dawn. © Nov. 15, 1922 ; 2 
c. Nov. 6; J 261163. 

Mississippi sunset. © June 18, 1923 ; 
2 c. June 20 ; J 262426. 

Mewborn (A. Boyd) Phoenix, Ariz. 

9133 
Phoenix, Ariz., high school rifle 
team. © Mar. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; 
J 260740. 

Meyer (William Fendall) Washing- 
ton. 9134 
Range of market averages. © Jan. 
21, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 23 ; I 7536. 

Michigan state telephone co., De- 
troit. 9135-9137 

[3 drawings] : 

Attendants telephone set and dial 
circuit. — Key cabinet trunk circuit. — 
Transmiter cut-out and monitoring cir- 
cuit. © June 12, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 
14; I 8123-8125. 

Midgley (J. George) Salt Lake City. 

9138-9144 
[7 photographs] : 

At sunset. — Guardians of the river. — 
Monarch of the forest. — Mountain gar- 
den. — Pastureland. — Quaken aspen. — ■ 
West wind. © Apr. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Mar. 23 ; J 260698-260704. 

Miller (Chas. D.) Toledo, O. 

9145-9150 

[6 prints] : 

Male cub lion at rest. — Pair of cub 
lions. — Smiling camel. — Tommie, 
American bison or buffalo. — When the 
king yawns. — Who are you? © Mar. 
17, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 19 ; K 17376S- 
173773. 

Miller (Clarence Weddell) Wichita, 
Kan. 9151 

Restoration of all things, Jesus' re- 
turn. [Bible chart] © May 1, 1923 ; 2 
c. June 12; I 8072. 

Miller (Mrs. Enos A.) Long's Peak, 

Col. 9152 

Long's Peak trail. © June 5. 1923 ; 
2 c. June 22 ; K 176144. 

Miller (J. W.) Seattle. 9153 

Monoplane glider, plans and details. 
1923 type. [Blueprint] © June 20, 
1923; 2 c. June 25; I 8112. 



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Miller rubber co., Akron, O. 

9154-9159 

Mother says: 

For cold feet a Miller water bottle. — 
For insomnia a Miller water bottle 
[etc]— Miller rubber products [etc] — ■ 
Pain flies from a Miller water bottle. — 
Warm baby's crib [etc] © Mar. 1, 
1923: 2 c. each Mar. 26; K 173735, 
173737-173740. 

This $3 Miller fountain syringe free 
[etc] © Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; 
K 173736. 

Mills (Wm.) & son, Providence. 

9160-9163 

Grand committee on Catholic high 
schools, $1,000,000 drive. Diocese of 
Providence, Apr. 9, 1923. © Apr. 9, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 11 ; J 261602. 

Apr. 12, 1923. © Apr. 12, 1923 ; 

2 c. May 11 ; J 261601. 

New England jewelers and silver- 
smiths assn. banquet, Biltmore hotel, 
Apr. 14, 1923. © Apr. 16, 1923; 2 c. 
May 11 ; J 261599. 

3rd annual convention, national 
assn. of harpists, Apr. 22, 1923. © 
Apr. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. May 11 ; J 261600. 

Mining and oil bulletin, Los Angeles. 

9164, 9165 
Long Beach oil field. Calif. © June 
11, 1923 ; 2 c. June 16 ; J 262369. 

May, 1923. © June 4, 1923; 

2 c. June 12 ; K 175859. 

Minton (William E.) St. Louis. 

9166 
Little Bo-Peep. © Apr. 15, 1923; 
2 c. June 21 ; K 176096. 

Mishkin (Herman) New York. 

9167-9170 
Elman (Mischa) 21, 23, 25, 29. © 
May 11. 1923: 2 c. each Mav 14; 
J 261644-261647. 

Mitchell publications, inc.. New 
York. 9171-9173 

Mitchell American fashions, spring 
and summer. 1923, plate. A, B. © 
Feb. 7, 1923: 2 c. each Feb. 28; K 
173548. 173549. 

Mitchell's American ladies' tailor, 
spring and summer, 1923. © Jan. 20, 
1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 13 ; K 174395. 

Moeller (Ltjdwig) Luebeck, Ger- 
many. 9174 
[Madonna mit engeln. (Madonna 
with Angels) : by Simon Gluecklich] 
© Apr. 15, 1923; 1 c. Apr. 20; K 
174363. 



Moffett studio, Chicago. 9175-9177 

Pullman company. A-C. © Mar. 9, 

1923; 2 c. each Apr. 2; J 260799- 
260801. 

Mofflin (Wilcox) ltd., London. 

9178 
Jumping kangaroo. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1923 ; J 260783. 

Montag (Wm. John) Seaside, Or. 

9179 
Seaside. Or., high tide. © May 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 14 ; J 261635. 

Moore (Fearon Depass) Honolulu. 

9180, 9181 

Moore's chord index. © Jan. 15, 
1923 : 2 c. Mar. 13 ; I 7900. 

Shadows of the cross. © Apr. 12, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 7 ; J 261538. 

Morchroe co., Cleveland. 9182 

Main operators partv. © Apr. 20, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 21 ; J 261332. 

Morris (Lydia E.) Kansas City, Mo. 

9183 
Harrold (Clarissa) © Apr. 14. 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 18 ; J 261528. 

Morvey (Joseph Edward) New York. 

9184 
Success process. © June 16, 1923 ; 
2 c. June 21; I 8104. 



Moss (Edgar Allan) Marion, Ind. 

9185 
Office dog. © Mar. 24, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 21 ; K 174397. 

Mott studios. Los Angeles. 9186 

Beverly Hills race, finish, Feb. 25, 

1923. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1923 ; J 261189. 

Moulin (Gabriel) San Francisco. 

9187, 9188 

San Francisco. Calif., from Rincon 
Hill, general view. © Dec. 7, 1922 
2 c. Dec. 15 ; J 260790. 

Standard oil bldg.. front view 

© May 1. 1923 ; 2 c. May 14 ; J 261636 

Mueller bros. art & mfg. co., Chi 
cago. 9189-9193 

Interesting news. © Mar. 13, 1923 
2 c. Mar. 17 ; J 260759. 

Protected meal. © Mar. 13, 1923 
2 c. Mar. 17 ; J 260758. 

[3 photographs] : 

Ain't we got fun. — Guardian an- 
gel. — Look, what's growing. © Apr. 
28. 1923 ; 2 c. each May 4 ; J 261554- 
261556. 



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no. 2, 1923 



9271 



Muir (Charles S.) Washington. 9194 
Polaris. © May 1, 1923; 2 c. May 
19; K 175349. 

Municipal akt society of New York. 

New York. 9195, 9196 

Municipal art society newspaper 

booth, A. B. [Blueprint] © 1 c. each 

May 16,-1923; I 7947, 7948. 

Murray (Edward J.) Dorchester, 
Mass. 9197 

In memorium. © May 14, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 21 ; K 175616. 

Musham (Harry Albert) Chicago. 

9198 
[Graphic calculator. Blueprint] © 

1 c. Mar. 29, 1923 ; I 7817. 

National airgraph co., Washington. 

9199-9208 

Arlington national cemetery, Va., 

amphitheatre and unknown soldier's 

grave, airplane view. © Mar. 1, 1923 ; 

2 c. Apr. 23; J 261341. 
Brookland, D. C. : 

Catholic monastery, airplane view. — 
Catholic university, airplane view. — 
Trinity college, airplane view. © 
Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 23; 
J 261343, 261345, 261346. 

Mt. Vernon, Va., airplane view. © 
Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 23; J 261348. 

Washington, D. C. : 

Capitol and Senate office bldg., air- 
plane view. — Georgetown university, 
airplane view. — Smithsonian institu- 
tion, airplane view. — Washington 
monument, from southwest, airplane 
view. — White House and office bldgs., 
in background, airplane view. © Mar. 
1, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 23; J 261340, 
261342, 261344, 261347, 261349. 

National child welfare assn., inc., 
New York. 9209-9233 

(Essentials of success) : 

Begin the day right [etc] 2. — 
Clothes talk [etc] 5. — Get out and get 
under [etc] 4. — Is your job beneath 
you? [etc] 3. — One mistake cost [etc] 
6. — Time is money [etc] 7. — Which 
would you hire? [etc] 1. © Nov. 15, 
1922 ; 2 c. each Apr. 9, 1923 ;K 174150, 
174151, 174170-174174. 

[6 prints] : 

Blueberries, with my glass of milk 
[etc] 5. — Miss Spinach, with her 
gown of green [etc] 4. — Orange col- 
ored oranges [etc] 2. — Purple grapes 
grow on our vine [etc] 6. — Red, ripe 
and good [etc] 1. — Yellow butter, 
thickly spread [etc] 3. © Feb. 9, 
1923; 2 c. each Apr. 9; K 174152- 
174157. 



[12 prints] : 

Activity and mental health [etc] 
3. — Avoid fear [etc] 9. — Conduct and 
mental health [etc] 6. — Danger sig- 
nals, physical [etc] 7. — Danger sig- 
nals, temperamental [etc] 8. — Faults 
of the child are the fetters of the man, 
11. — Food and mental health [etc] 
1. — Initiation and suggestion [etc] 
12. — Quiet and mental health [etc] 
4. — Right mental food [etc] 10. — Sex 
and mental health [etc] 5. — Sleep and 
mental health [etc] 2. © Dec. 15, 
1922; 2 c. each Apr. 9, 1923; K 
174158-174169. 

National confectioners assn., St. 
Louis. 9234, 9235 

For your Hallowe'en party, remem- 
ber everyone likes candy. © June 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 6 ; K 175637. 

Mother's day. © Mar. 24, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 28 ; K 173761. 

National geographic society, Wash- 
ington. 9236 

Great wall of China near Nankow 
Pass. © Jan. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 14 ; 
K 174208. 
National sign stencil co., St. Paul. 

9237-9271 

Capital alphabet: 

Size 6, 22.— Size 8, fancy, 28.— Size 
9, 202, 203.— Size 9*, 302-304. © Dec. 
5, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 14 ; I 7745-7749, 
7753, 7754. 

Capital alphabet, size 9, 201. © 
Dec. 5, 1922 ; 2 c. Mar. 14; I 7759. 

size d\, 301. ©Dec. 5, 1922; 

2 c. Mar. 14 ; I 7760. 

Figures, size 9|, 311. © Dec. 5, 1922 ; 
2 c. Mar. 14 ; I 7860. 

size 91, 312, 313. © Dec. 5, 

1922 ; 2 c. each Mar. 14, 1923 ; I 7750, 
7751. 

Small alphabet, size 7, 25. © Dec. 
5, 1922 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1923 ; I 7752. 

[22 drawings] : 

Alphabet, size 5 fancy capitals, 18. — 
And, of, for, &, 23.— Capital alphabet, 
size 3, 11, 12, 13.— Capital alphabet, 
size 4, 17. — Capital alphabet, size 7, 
24. — Capital alphabet, size S, 29. — 
Capital alphabet, size 8 fancy, 28. — 
Figures, size 3, 15. — Figures, size 4, 
19. — Figures, size 7, 26. — Figures, size 
8, 27.— Figures, size 9, 21. A, B.— 
Ornaments, 32. — Small alphabet, size 
3, 10, 14.— Small alphabet, size 4. 16.— 
Special sale, size 6. 33. — Special sale, 
size 7 and 5, 34. — Special sale, size 8, 
fancy, 35. © Dec. 5. 1922; 2c each 
Feb. 12, 1923 ; I 7617-7638. 



57686—23- 



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National tuberculosis assn., New 
York. 9272-9274 

Buy Christmas seals, fight tubercu- 
losis, give health, A-C. © May 3, 
1923; 2 c. each June 13; K 175882- 
175884. 

National veneer & panel mfrs. assn., 

Chicago. 9275 

Chart for determining comparative 

length values of dimension-cut veneers. 

© June 13, 1923 ; 2 c. June 11 ; I 8111. 

Neitzling (Jacob) Columbia Falls, 
Mont. 9276-9278 

Shelby, Mont, Dempsey - Gibbons 
arena, A, B. © June 18, 1923; 2 c. 
each June 22 ; J 262441, 262442. 

inner circle. © June 18, 

1923 ; 2 c. June 22 ; J 262440. 

Nelson (Walter Kenneth) Boulder, 
Col. 9279, 9280 

Hundred year calendar. © May 11, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 16 ; I 7944. 

[Perpetual calendar] © May 11, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 16 ; I 7943. 

New Haven sand-blast co., New Ha- 
ven, Conn. 9281 
Parts list New Haven sand blast 
barrel, model A. © 1 c. May 28, 1923 ; 

1 8016. 

N. Y. CENTRAL RAILROAD CO., New York. 

9282 

Twentieth century limited. © Dec. 

27, 1922 ; 2 c. May 10, 1923 ; J 261844. 

N. Y. STATE NAUTICAL SCHOOL, New 

York. 9283, 9284 

Newport (ScliooJship) © May 5, 

1923; 2 c. May 2; J 261516. 

St. Mary's (SchooWiip) © May 5, 

1923 ; 2 c. May 2 ; J 261517. 

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE BLDG. CO., New 

York. 9285 

New York (City) N. Y. stock ex- 
change bldg. barber shop, interior 
view. © May 9, 1923; 2c. June 13; 
J 262321. 

N. Y. TUBERCULOSIS ASSN., INC.. New 

York. 9286-9291 

Chew-Chew says. © Apr. 13, 1923 ; 

2 c. June 2; K 175578. 
[5 prints] : 

Cover that sneeze. — Do your sleep- 
ing at night. — Get up. man. — How's 
your health? — Sure, I'm all right, I 
eat right. © May 12, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
June 2; K 175579-175583. 



N. Y. zoological soc, New York. 

9292-9295 

[4 photographs] : 

Barbary lioness and cubs, 1163. — 
Malay tiger, 1515. — Polar bear, 8349. — 
Red deer, 3243. © Apr. 13, 1923 ; 2 c 
each Apr. 27 ; J 261402-261405. 



News, New York. 



9296-9385 



Amnesia. Belief yesterday of police 
seeking Elizabeth K. Coit [etc] © 
May 4, 1923 ; 1 c. May 7 ; K 174881. 

Babe's side of it. Never saw or 
heard of the girl [etc] © Mar. 14, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 16 ; K 173482. 

Bandit's aid. Identified by taxi 
driver as aid of bandits who robbed 
him [etc] © May 28, 1923 ; 1 c. May 
31; K 175543. 

Beckwith (Mrs. Frances) © Mar. 
22, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 24 ; K 173673. 

Campbell (Allan R.) attorney for 
Ward [etc] © Apr. 3, 1923; 1 a. 
Apr. 5; K 173968. 

Creighton (Walter J.) whose body 
[etc] © May 20, 1923 ; 1 c. May 23 ; 
K 175419. 

Crumbled walls and a heap of de- 
bris, all that's left of building. © 
Mar. 31, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 3 ; K 173910. 

Heart-broken mother consoled by 
daughter and friend. © Apr. 30, 1923 ; 
1 c. May 2 ; K 174753. 

High diving autos. As sedan on 
right last night [etc] © June 16, 
1923 ; 1 c. June 19 ; K 176065. 

Leeds (Mrs.) and Jay, exclusive and 
lovely photo. © May 21, 1923; 1 c. 
May 23; K 175418. 

Lvnbrook, L .1., N. Y., airplane view 
[etc] © May 7, 1923; 1 c. May 9; 
K 175059. 

Most startling testimony in the 
Ward probe [etc] © Apr. 5, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 7; K 174021. 

Mystery. Autopsy on body of Mrs. 
Frances Beckwith [etc] © Mar. 22, 
1923; 1 c. Mar. 24; K 173672. 

Mystery ship aground. © May 18, 
1923; 1 c. May 19; K 175336. 

Once over. This exclusive photo- 
graph, taken at Pompton Lakes, N. J., 
is first of K. K. K. ceremony [etc] 
© May 28, 1923; 1 c. May 31; K 
175542. 



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Onlv near beer found on this fishing 
boat. © Apr. 20, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 24 ; 
K 174452. 



Principals at first session of Ward 
inquiry. Ward inquiry opens. © Apr. 
3, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 5 ; K 173967. 

Ralph,- brother of Walter S. Ward 
[etc] © Apr. 5, 1923; 1 c. Apr. 7; 
K 174020. 

Rescuing injured man after an 
hour's work. © Mar. 31, 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 3 ; K 173911. 

Restored. Waiting for mother, kid- 
naped Verner Alexanderson is shown 
[etc] © May 5, 1923; 1 c. May 9; 
K 175061. 

Royal wedding. This unusual pho- 
tograph shows the splendor of West- 
minster Abbey [etc] © May 5, 1923 ; 
1 c. May 9 ; K 175060. 

Shot. Claiming he would be happy 
with her in heaven [etc] © May 11, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 14 ; K 175229. 

Slain. Jewels gone [etc] © Mar. 
16, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 20 ; K 173815. 

Supercargo and skipper of the Istar 
[etc] © Apr. 20, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 24 ; 
K 174451. 

This remarkable photo, taken an 
hour after discovery of murder [etc] 
© Apr. 7, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 10 ; K 174134. 

Tragic slum murder, ghastly in its 
horrible details [etc] © Apr. 30, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 2 ; K 174752. 

Two bankers and other suitors fig- 
ure in death mystery [etc] © Mar. 
23, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 26 ; K 173743. 

2.000 feet up. From airplane the 
news photographer yesterday got this 
picture of New York's great civic pa- 
rade [etc] © May 27, 1923; 1 c. 
May 31 ; K 175544. 

[3 prints] : 

Air flivver's soaring flight. — Bar- 
bot's tiny flying marvel parked beside 
a De Haviland. — While this tiny De- 
woitine flying fliyver was driven twice 
over Long Island [etc] © June 2, 
1923; 1 c. each June 6; K 175643- 
175645. 

[3 prints] : 

From the News airplane this picture 
was taken [etc] — Here are the hootch 
fleet hunters [etc] — Innocent. With 
Sberiff Brown's daughter [etc] © 
Mar. 19, 1923; 1 each Mar. 22; K 
173584-173586. 



[3 prints] : 

Gruesome task. The bodies of Mr. 
and Mrs. W. J. Creighton [etc] — In- 
dicted. Ernest Vetter was yesterday 
indicted [etc] — Poiso~i pen target. 
Alibis given George Maxwell [etc] © 
May 16, 1923; 1 c. each May 18; K 
175311-175313. 

[3 prints] : 

One 300 pound bomb exploding 
[etc] — This big Martin bomber and 
another dropped a ton of TNT [etc] — ■ 
170 miles an hour is the speed of 
this new type army airplane [etc] © 
Mar. 15, 1923; 1 c. each Mar. 17; 
K 173505-173507. 

[3 prints] : 

Released. Albert E. Guimares, 
friend of Dorothy King [etc] — Two 
pictures of Dorothy King [etc] — Un- 
hitched. After one unsuccessful at- 
tempt to float her [etc] © Mar. 18, 
1923; 1 c. each Mar. 22; K 173588- 
173590. 
[5 prints] : 

After being captured and taken 
from Long Island City plants, where 
they had been employed [etc] — Coo- 
lies being taken from plants. — Homes 
on two floors opened wide by terrific 
impact of wild car that tore into 
store on corner. — Jumble of splintered 
wood and twisted steel, all that was 
left of juggernaut car. — Result of the 
strangest accident the city ever knew. 
© June 8, 1923; 1 c. each June 11; 
K175854-175858. 

[5 prints] : 

Battlefield. In packed assembly 
chamber at Albany yesterday, Gov. 
Smith listened [etc] — Exclusive photo 
shows Clara Phillips, hammer mur- 
deress and sister [etc] — Phillips 
(Clara) hammer murderess, with her 
adopted sister [etc] — Thompson (Mrs. 
Loretta) kisses son, Jerome, good-by. 
— Tiger woman leads sister down 
gangplank after voyage from Hon- 
duras. © June 1, 1923; 1 c. each 
June 4 ; K 175622-175625. 

[6 prints] : 

After the knockout. Kilbane try- 
ing to rise to his feet [etc] — Hot ac- 
tion in the second round. Here's 
Criqui driving one into Kilbane's mid- 
section [etc] — Innovation in Now York 
ring etiquette, kissing the victim. — ■ 
Kilbane slipping under Criqui's guard. 
Fourth round. — Knockout o]' Johnny 
Kilbane yesterday by Eugene Criqui 
and passing of world's featherweight 
title [etc] — One of the muss-ups in 
the first round. © June 3. 1923: 1 c. 
each June 6 ; K 175640-175051 . 

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News — Continued. 

[6 prints] : 

Fan-stirring mixup in the third 
round. — If Rocky had ever connected 
with this uppercut, wow. — In the thir- 
teenth round White came to life 
[etc] — Rocky wears down White in in- 
fighting. — Trial trousseau. In cell Mrs. 
Lillian S. Raizen [etc] — White picks 
up Rocky after slip. © Feb. 10, 1923 ; 
1 c. each Mar. 13 ; K 173592-173597. 

[6 prints] : 

Hunter college girls aiding woman 
victim. — Passengers who escaped. — 
Pulmotor reviving woman overcome 
by dense smoke. — Through this emer- 
gency exit W. J. Laporte, Murray 
Cuba, John Vogel led many to 
safety. — Twelve of the many latest 
subway fire victims [etc] — Woman 
aids boy victim of the panic. © May 
8, 1923 ; 1 c. each May 9 ; K 175053- 
175058. 

[19 prints] : 

Confident, smiling Jess Willard 
[etc] — Crowd razzed Jack Renault 
and Fred Fulton [etc] — Day was re- 
markably free from accidents [etc] — 
Firpo (Luis) fighting tiger from Ar- 
gentina [etc] — Firpo's blow that 
crushed . McAuliffe [etc] — Firpo's 
blow that crushed McAuliffe and left 
him helpless on the floor [etc] — 
Firpo's (Tiger) caveman attack sent 
McAuliffe to mat for count. — For 
many hours before the gates were 
thrown open [etc] — -Fulton shoots a 
left at Renault early in the fourth 
round [etc] — Grim and determined 
looking. Floyd Johnson, presented a 
much different picture [etc] — Herman 
(Tiny Jim) knocks out Al Reich in 
fourth round. — In the eighth round 
Willard smashed Johnson good [etc] — 
Knockout. Johnson floored and Wil- 
lard off balance after smash. — Meeting 
big Jess Willard [etc] — One of John- 
son's gallant rushes early in the 
fight. — Terrific blow in eleventh that 
made Willard victor [etc] — There was 
no popularity gained by Fred Fulton 
[etc] — Willard smashes Johnson down 
in the ninth. — Willard used an upper- 
cut with much effect [etc] © May 13, 
1923: 1 c. each May 16; K 175258- 
175276. 

News syndicate co., inc., New York. 

9386, 9387 

Who are these movie actors? series 
11. © Mar. 18, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 22; 
K 173587. 



Who are these movie actresses, se- 
ries 12. © Mar. 25. 1923; 1 c. Mar. 
28 ; K 173759. 

Newspaper feature service, inc., New 
York. 9388-9133 

Accordion has come back. © Mar. 
11, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 20 ; K 173542. 

Astonishing discoveries in Mexico's 
well of sacrifice. © May 20, 1923 ; 1 c. 
May 31 ; K 175577. 

Beauty and the butterfly. © May 
13, 1923 ; 1 c. May 22 ; K 175407. 

[Buster Brown] Mar. 4-25, 1923. 
[Weeklv] © Mar. 4-25. 1923; 1 c. 
each Mar. 16-Apr. 4, 1923; K 173501, 
173539, 173756, 173928. 

Camel's domain conquered by the 
tank. © Mar. 4, 1923; 1 c. Apr. 17; 
K 174286. 

Fashion goes back to Victorian 
days. © May 27, 1923 ; 1 c. June 7 : 
K 1757S1. 

In the spring. © Apr. 15. 1923 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 26 ; K 174837. 

Just boy, Mar. 4- June 3. 1923. 
[Weeklv] © Mar. 4-June 3. 1923 ; 1 c. 
each Mar. 16-June 11. 1923 : K 173499, 
173541, 173754. 174136. 174756. 174834, 
174836, 175073, 175256, 175287, 175406, 
175576. 175783, 175846. 

Now she is pitching horse shoes. © 
Mar. 18, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 26 ; K 173755. 

Obstacle golf is the newest spring 
sport. © Apr. 29. 1923 ; 1 c. May 9 ; 
K 175074. 

Pageants of the spring. © May 6, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 16 ; K 175288. 

Polly. Mar. 4-Apr. 29, May 27. © 
Mar. 4-June 3, 1923; 1 c. each Mar. 
16-June 7: K 173500. 173540. 173757, 
173927. 174138, 174835, 175285, 175286, 
17540S-175410, 175782. 

Pollv and her pals. May 20, June 3, 
1923. © May 20. June 3. 1923; 1 c. 
each June 11; K 175S44. 175845. 

Portraits in glass for living beauties. 
© Apr. 1, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 10 ; K 174137. 

Science has a new theory about 
fightins bulls. © Feb. 18, 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 17 ; K 174288. 

Societv turns to homey flowers. © 
Apr. 22. 1923 ; 1 c. May 2 ; K 174757. 

Very newest fad for everything 
Egvptian. © Mar. 25, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 
17 ; K 174287. 

Which dog will win Miss America's 
heart? © Apr. 8, 1923; 1 c. Apr. 17; 
K 174289. 



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Newton (William Edward) Palo 
Alto, Calif. 9434 

Admiration. © Dec. 17, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 9, 1923 ; J 261118. 

Noel-Ozaek photo shop, Noel, Mo. 

9435 

Ozarks, land of a million smiles. 

© Mar. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 6 ; K 173766. 

North American newspaper alli- 
ance, New York. 9436 
Lincoln (Abraham) the great eman- 
cipator, as he appeared in year 185S. 
© Feb. 12, 1923 ; 1 c. May 2 ; K 174814. 

North counties coal & supply cokp., 
Watertown, N. Y. 9437 

[Lowash youghiogheny] © Jan. 2, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 5 ; K 173965. 

Northern Pacific railway co., St. 
Paul. i 9438-9467 

Feeding deer in Yellowstone natl. 
park. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1923 ; J 260981. 

Yellowstone natl. park : 

Antelope, A-F. — Baby elk at Mam- 
moth Hot Springs. — Buffaloes, A-E. — 
Deer, A-J. — Deer at Mammoth Plot 
Springs.- — Feeding a deer, A, B. — 
Herd of deer. — Small boy feeding deer 
at Mammoth Hot Springs. — Winter 
scene, A, B. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1923; 
J 260809-260837. 

Northwestern BxVptist hospital 
assn., 9468 

She has found her work. © May 18, 
1923 ; 2 c. June IS ; K 175995. 

Norton (Charles Anthony) Cincin- 
nati. 9469 
Sevenfold service. © May 17, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 19 ; K 176086. 

Norwood (James N.) Cincinnati. 9470 
P. K. H. Mooney's specials. © Mar. 
19, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; K 174300. 

Oakley (William) Honolulu. 9471 
Aorai higher art dancers co. © Jan. 
27, 1923 ; 2 c. May 12 ; K 175301. 

O'Connor (Cyril J.) and Cody 
(Harold) Palm Springs, Calif. 

9472-9474 
[3 prints] : 

Chino rise. — Colorado desert. — Tah- 
quitz Canon. © Apr. 14, 1923; 2 c. 
each Apr. 28 ; K 174878-174S80. 

Ohio horse shoe, co., Columbus, O. 

9475 
Falor (Harold) the world's champ- 
ion pitching the Ohio shoes. © Mar. 
23, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; K 173742. 



Olsen (Anne Margaret) Oak Park 
' III. 9476 

Olsen valence guide. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1923; I 7735. 

Olson rug co., Chicago. 9477-9481 

[5 prints] : 

Bed room. — Dining room. — Drawing 
room. — Library. — Living room. © Mar. 
19, 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 6 ; K 174144- 
174148. 

Oppenheim (Julius M.) Boston. 9482 
Flynn (Gov. William S.) and Rhode 
Island senate. © Apr. 27, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 30 ; J 261480. 

Orpheum studio, Denver. 9483 

Trinity M. E. choir, 1922. © Mar. 
25, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; J 26105.7. 

Orr (Edgar) Atlanta. 9484 

Sunset on Katie Lake. © Mar. 27, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mr. 29 ; J 260784. 

Osborn (E. T.) Seattle. 9485 

Portland, Or., the sanctuary of our 
Sorrowful Mother. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1923; I 7742. 

Osborne co., Newark, N. J. 9486-9500 
[Approaching twilight] © Mar. 1, 

1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 15 ; K 173481. 

Auto girl. © 1 c. June 16, 1923 ; J 

262370. 

Palms, moonlight. © 1 c. June 16, 
1923 ; J 262371. 

[12 prints] : 

By laughing brook and dreaming 
pool. — By many a field and fallow. — 
Echoes of eventide. — End of a perfect 
day. — Guardians of the trail. — In sun- 
set land. — Little gray home in the 
west. — River's end. — Road to the sil- 
ver sea. — Sages of solitude.— When au- 
tumn smiles. — When south winds softly 
sigh. © May 15, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 
16; K 175972-175983. 

Outcault (R. F.) Flushing, N. Y. 

9501-9654 

[13 prints] : 

Big comfortable restful chairs. 
102. — Brighten up your home with new 
furniture, 118. — Don't you need sum- 
mer furniture? 126. — Furniture makes 
the best wedding present, 119. — Happy 
new year gifts. 101. — Let us furnish 
your furniture, 101. — Oilcloth and lino- 
leum, 155. — Our watches ami clocks 
keep correct time, let us do your re- 
pairing. 109. — Prices cut on jewelry 
now. 102.— Restful chairs and lounges. 
121. — See our astistic designs in new 



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Outcault (R. F.) — Continued. 

[13 prints] — Continued, 
furniture, 105. — See our lovely furni- 
ture for every room, 103. — Watches 
repaired and regulated, let us furnish 
your glasses, eyes tested, 103x. © 
May 11, 1923; 2 e. each May 10; K 
175083-175095. 

[14 prints] : 

Dress up your windows, 314. — For 
spring and summer, 361. — Ladies just 
love these, 316. — Look for me, I will 
he in this newspaper every week [etc] 
300. — Make a new spring outfit [etc] 
313. — M d-winter sale, 302. — New 
spring goods. 309. — Notions you need, 
317.— Reduced price sale, 301.— Silk, 
the fashion fabric of today, 315. — ■ 
Spring clothes, 373. — Spring millinery, 
365. — Spring opening, 312. — There is 
quality and style in our shoes, 353. 
© May 8, 1923; 2 c. each May 7; 
K 174885-174898. 

[16 prints] : 

Cheese, the k"nd you like, 102. — 
Everything to make your baking easy 
[etc] 109x. — Fresh meats, 159. — Give 
us your grocery order today and every 
day, 110. — Good groceries, fresh and 
pure [etc] 107. — Good groceries, low- 
est prices, prompt service, 111. — Happy 
new year [etc] 101. — Hello everybody, 
here I am [etc] 100. — Our canned 
goods are delicious, 112. — Our dried 
fruits are healthy, 104. — Prime fresh 
meats all cuts, 160. — Put our break- 
fast foods on your table, 113. — Right 
from the hen house, fresh-laid eggs 
[etc] 115. — Try our delicious ham and 
bacon. 105. — Vegetables, fresh and 
sound, 103. — You can rely on every- 
thing you buy in our grocery store, 
108. © May 3, 1923 ; 2 c. each May 3 ; 
K 174759-174774. 

[18 prints] : 

Be a winner, wear our winning 
clothes, 320. — Dress up in our dressy 
clothes, 305. — Dress up in our new 
spring clothes, 314. — Dressy clothes for 
all occasions, 321. — Easter is near, 
312. — Extraordinary values in shoes 
now, 355. — Good materials go into our 
good nifty clothes, 315. — Happy new 
year, prices cut down now, 301. — Nifty 
new spring furnishings, 313. — Prices 
down now on our up-quality clothes, 
303. — Spring opening. 311. — Straw 
hats, buy yours now. 322. — Successful 
man is well dressed, 318. — There is 
class in our clothes, 316. — Thorough- 
breds, 319. — Wise man will buy clothes 
now [etc] 304. — You feel proud in 
our quality clothes, 317. — 2 pants suits 



wear longer, 365. © May 7, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each May ; K 174899-174916. 

[24 prints] : 

All kinds of wire fencing, 119. — Buy 
a new lawnmower, buy It here, 157. — 
Buy an ice cream freezer, make it 
often, 165. — Buy here to shave and 
save. 105. — Everything in hardware, 
lowest prices, 106. — Fishing tackle, 
120. — Garden tools, seeds too, 112. — 
Happy new year, cur hardware wears, 
101. — Here we are, Tige & Tige, the 
hardware twins [etc.] 100.— If it is 
hardware we have it, 110. — Inside and 
outside our paints are good through 
and through, 155. — Our garden tools 
make your work easy, 117. — Our sani- 
tary refrigerators, keep food sweet, 
122. — Roofing materials, plan to use 
our builders hardware. 113x. — Save 
time, save work, use our houseclean- 
ing things, 118. — Screen your windows, 
115. — See our builders hardware, ar- 
tistic designs, 109. — See our handsome 
heating stoves, they save fuel, 104. — 
Tools for home and shop, 121. — Up- 
quality hardware at down-low prices, 
102. — Use our better builders hard- 
ware, 116. — We aim to please, we hit 
the mark, guns and ammunition, 107x. — 
We sell honest hardware at honest 
prices, 108. — You get reliable hard- 
ware in our square deal store, 103. © 
May 4, 1923: 2 c. each May 5; K 
174846-174869. 

[25 prints] : 

Be beautiful, use our beautifiers, 
318. — Be careful of your eyes, ears, 
throat and nose, 322. — Bring us your 
prescriptions, we are careful druggists, 
314. — Buy at our drugstore, 301. — 
Catch your cold in time, we have the 
remedies, 305. — Cigars that smoke just 
right, 324. — Come in and get one. 355. — 
Flies and mice breed disease, get rid 
of them, we can help you, 321. — For 
health and strength take our medi- 
cines, 315. — Here I am the new nurse, 
look for me in this newspaper each 
week, 300. — It is time to look to your 
drugstore needs, see our superb jew- 
elry, 317x. — Keep well, tone up your 
system, take our spring tonic, 310. — 
Necessary things for baby's bath, 
307. — Now's the time for spring tonic 
and Easter dyes, 311. — Our extra fine 
drugstore goods are the kind you need, 
320. — Prescriptions compounded with 
care and we use fresh drugs, 309. — 
Prescription filled with care and 
promptly, 303. — Rubber goods, the last- 
ing kind, 308. — Stock and poultry 
remedies, 313. — There's health in our 
good remedies, 312. — Toilet goods, 



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9G71 



302. — Valentine goods, 306. — We have 
the remedy for that cold, bring us 
your prescriptions, 304. — We sell all 
kinds of brushes, paints too, 316x. — 
We sell cameras, kodaks and photo 
supplies, 319x. © May 2. 1923; 2 c. 
each May 1 ; K 174723-174747. 

T44 prints] : 

Accidents will happen, be prepared 
for them, 326. — Brighten up, paints, 
varnishes, brushes [etc] 360. — Bring 
us your prescriptions, 329. — Bring us 
your prescriptions, we are careful, 
336. — Cheer up, we can relieve that 
headache, 325. — Christmas gift goods, 
349.— Christmas gifts. 351 —Christ- 
mas gifts for late shoppers, 352. — 
Cigars and candies for Thanksgiving, 
347. — Cigars that please and satisfy, 
367. — Correct stationery, school sup- 
plies and school books, 335xx. — Eats 
lot of it, we have the flavor you like, 
354. — For sunburn and freckles use 
our lotions, 328. — For that cry in the 
night have our remedies on hand, 
348. — For that tired feeling, hot drinks 
at our fountain, 356. — Get your kodak 
and supplies from us, 361. — Get your 
shaving things at our drug store, 
338. — Have fun, don't worry about sun- 
burn and freckles, 331. — Have the 
worlds' best music in your own home, 
363. — Joy times at our soda fountain, 
356x.— Keep your hair pretty, 330. — 
Keep your hair soft and fluffy, use* 
our shampoo, 327. — Music for every 
home, latest records now ready, 364. — 
Please stand by, buy your radio equip- 
ment from us, 366. — Powders, lotions, 
for milady beautiful, 334.— Safety 
first, use our remedies, 343. — School 
books, school supplies and stationery, 
368x. — See our delightful Christmas 
gifts, 350. — Stationery and supplies for 
office, home and school, 340. — Station- 
ery for office, home and school, 346. — 
Surgeons and household supplies, 
337. — Take her a box of our delicious 
candies, 359. — Take pictures, 362. — 
They are delicious at our fountain, 
353. — Things to make your bath a 
pleasure, 323. — Toilet goods that 
please her, 342. — Trusses, braces, elas- 
tic stockings, supporters, and crutches, 
370. — Try our headache remedies, 
332. — Use our good sporting goods, 
357. — Use our shampoos, 345.— Wall 
papers for every room, 358. — We have 
everything in drugs and drugstore 
goods, 333. — We have the remedy for 
what ails you, 344. — We serve light 
lunches, come in, 365. © Juno 21, 
1923: 2 c. each June 21; K 176097- 
176140. 



Overman cushion tire co., inc., New 
York. 9655, 9656 

[Overman devil] © May 12, 1923; 
2 c. June 18 ; K 176084. 

[Overman snake] © May 12, 1923; 
2 c. June IS ; K 176083. 

Ow (Charles) Bellevue, Pa. 

9657, 9658 

Misty morn. © Mar. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 2S ; J 260771. 

Rising mist. © Mar. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 28; J 260772. 

Pach ( Alexander L.) New York. 

9659 
Parmelee (James M.) © May 19, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 12 ; J 261677. 

Pacific & Atlantic photos, inc., New 
York. 9660, 9661 

Sixteen of the seventeen Russian 
priests tried by the Soviet. © Apr. 14, 
1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 16 ; K 174689. 

Soviet trial of Archbishop Zepliak 
and seventeen of his clergy. © Apr. 
14, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 16 ; K 17468S. 

Parker bros., inc., Salem, Mass. 

9662 
Journey to Bethlehem. © Mar. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 28 ; K 175437. 

Parshall (Jesse M.) Huntington, W. 
Va. 9663 

[Ornamental pen drawing of a bird, 
3] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; I 7721. 

Parsons (Mrs. Grace Smith) Park 
Ridge, 111. 9664-9668 

[5 prints] : 

Am having such a restful trip 
[etc] — I'd love to be a ch*ld again 
[etc] — Like it? I'll say we do [etc] — 
Oh boy, but you should taste these 
dinners [etc] — Vacation? A lake trip 
for mine [etc] © May 1, 1923; 2 c. 
each May 11 ; K 175106-175110. 

Patterson-Gibbs co., Chicago. 9669 
[Peacock] (c) Apr. 20, 1923; 2 c. 
May 5 ; K 174845. 

Paull (Irving Swayzer) Chicago. 

9670 
Economic effect of unbalanced manu- 
facture and distribution. © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1923; I 7S21. 

Pearce (Joseph N.) Philadelphia. 

9671 
10327. [Philadelphia, Pa. Independ- 
ence hall] © Mar. 17, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 
19; J 260776. 



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Peael (James W.) Chicago. 9672 

Safety blow-off valve and nozzle. 
[Blueprint] © Mar. 23. 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 29; I 7818. 

Pelcher (Harry W.) Port Richmond. 

N. Y. 9673 

[G room house, plan 2001 C. 6 

sheets, blueprints] © Aug. 13, 1922; 

2 c. Mar. 21 ; I 7790. 

Pennington (John R.) Chicago. 

9674, 9675 

Pectinate line. [Schematic drawing 
of the splanchnosomatic water shed 
showing circulation in relation to] © 
1 c. May 25, 1923 ; I 7977. 

[Schematic embryology and anatomic 
drawings of the rectum and anus] © 
1 c. May 11, 1923 ; I 7931. 

Percy (Carl) inc., New York. 9676 

Blank's fine chocolates. © Feb. 14, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; K 173578. 

Pere (Phil) Brooklyn. 9677 

Georgie Ginger. © Apr. 20, 1923; 

1 c. Apr. 28 ; K 175548. 

Perfection spring co., Cleveland. 

9678 
Perfection springs. © Mar. 22, 1923 ; 

2 c. Mar. 24 ; K 173674. 

Persons (Ralph Charles) Cleveland. 

9679 
Pioneer radio program. © Mar. 1, 



1923 



c. Mar. 24 ; K 174006. 



Phillips (Walter B.) Los Angeles. 

9680 
Twelve story office bldg., architec- 
tural drawing. © 1 c. June 28, 1923 ; 

1 8127. 

Photo-art shop, Richmond, Ind. 

9681 
Rose, sensation. © Jan. 17, 1923; 

2 c. Apr. 19 ; J 261277. 

Photo publicity studios, New York. 

9682 
Little patients, 50861. © Apr. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 2 ; J 261190. 

Photographische gesellschaft, Ber- 
lin. 9683-9688 

Am Weihnachtsabend ; by Karl 
Pliickebaum. © Apr. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Oct 
21, 1922 ; K 170011. 



Hochsommer, 7857 ; by 
Claudius. © Feb. 1, 1921; 
21, 1922 ; K 173847. 



Wilhelm 
1 c. Oct. 



Steppenbrand ; by A. R-loff. © Jan. 
2, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 16 ; K 174437. 

[3 prints] : 

BUienstuck ; by Meta Pluckebaum, 
7913. Madchen mit arara ; by Otto 
Tragy, 7853. Schmetterlinge ; by 
Hanns Pellar. © Oct. 1, 1922; 1 c. 
each Apr. 16, 1923; K 174436, 174438, 
174439. 

Pierce (David R.) Orleans, Vt. 9689 
Jay Peak. © Mar. 28, 1923; 2 c. 

Apr. 6 ; J 26105S. 

Pierini (Attilio) Springfield Gardens, 
L. I., N. Y. 9690-9700 

Climbing the steps one by one and 
dyeing to reach the top. © Feb. 27' 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 10 ; K 173909. 

Easter season breaks forth with 
northern seal [etc.] © Mar. 24, 1923 ; 
2 c. Mar. 30 ; K 173804. 

Genuine northern seal. © Apr. 28, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 30 ; K 174644. 

Great northern fur dyeing and dress- 
ing co. © Oct. 22, 1922 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 ; 
K 174510. 

John Bunny rings in another north- 
ern seal year. © Jan. 13, 1923; 2 c. 
Jan. 15 ; K 173907. 

Lepus cuniculus. © Apr. 9, 1923 ; 2 
c. Apr. 26 ; K 174515. 

Let northern seal garments help you 
make big sales. © Jan. 4, 1921; 2 c. 
Apr. 26, 1923 ; K 174512. 

Northern seal. [Two girls wearing 
fur coats, etc.] © Mar. 31, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 26 ; K 174511. 

Now watch 1923, there's a reason. 
© Mar. 25, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 26; K 
174514. 

Summons. We summon your rabbits 
to appear before our judge. © Feb. 
27, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 30 ; K 173908. 

Use the best, northern seal, the 
famed super-sealine. © Mar. 25, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 26 ; K 174513. 

Poli studio, Detroit. 9701, 9702 

Doremus (Frank E.) © Apr. 3, 

1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; J 261055. 

Same. © Apr. 9, 1923; 2 c. 

Apr. 11 ; J 261164. 

Popular science monthly, New York. 

9703-9707 
Girl's cabinet, writing desk and book 
rack. [Blueprint] © Mar. 10, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 17 ; I 7785. 



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no. 2, 1923 



9738 



Pergola garage. [Blueprint] © 
Apr. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 19 ; I 7892. 

[3 blueprints] : 

Colonial writing desk. Flat top 
desk. Grandfather's clock. © Mar. 
10, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 16; I 7782- 
7784. 

PORTERFIELD (FRANK A.) Fort Worth, 

Tex. 9708 

[Method of illustrating life insur- 
ance policies] © Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 28 ; I 7792. 

Portland rose festival, Portland, Or. 

9709 
Rose festival poster. © May 19, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 26 ; J 261873. 

Post photo service, Washington. 

9710 
Washington, D. C, Capitol and 
cherry blossoms. © Apr. 21, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 23 ; J 261354. 

Post ptg. & pur. co., Denver. 9711 

Poor roads lead to the junk heap 
retc]. © Mar. 11, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 16; 
K 173502. 

Poultry tribune co., Mt. Morris, 111. 

9712-9717 
Barred Plymouth rocks. © Jan. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 23 ; K 174448. 

S. C. Anconas. © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 23, 1923 ; K 17445. 

S. C. buff orpingtons. © Feb. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 23 ; K 174447. 

S. C. dark and light brown leghorns. 
© Apr. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 23 ; K 174444. 

S. C. white leghorns. © May 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 23 ; K 174446. 

White Wyandottes. © Mar. 1, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 23 ; K 174449. 

Powell (Eyre) Omaha, Neb. 9718 
Roosevelt trophy. © Apr. 20, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 1 ; J 261488. 

Power (Dimean F.) Washington. 

9719 
All presidents of United States. © 
May 2, 1923 ; 2 c. May 3 ; J 261529. 

Power (Ralph L.) Los Angeles. 

9720 
Power (Prof. Ralph L.) © Mar. 
23, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; J 261334. 



Poynter (Wm. Bruce) Cincinnati. 

9721 
McB (Mrs) and baby. (In Baby's 
mother, Apr-June, 1923). © Apr. 1, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 28 ; K 173972. 

Prepared roofing assn., Chicago. 

9722-9726 
Estimated shipments of roll roofing 
and asphalt shingles for entire indus- 
try, July 1, 1920 to Jan. 31, 1923. 
[Blueprint] 
7722. 



© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; I 

1, 1920 to Feb. 28, 1923. 
© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1923; I 



Aug. 

[Blueprint] 
7853. 

Sept. 1, 1920 to Dec. 31, 1922. 

[Blueprint] © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; I 

7720. 

Sept. 1, 1920 to Mar. 31, 1922. 

[Blueprint] © 1 c. May 7, 1923; I 
7923. 

Oct. 1, 1920 to Apr. 30, 1923. 

[Blueprint] © 1 c. June 6, 1923; I 
8063. 

Prest (C. O.) Las Vegas, Nev. 

9727, 9728 
Butte, Mont. © Sept. 17, 1922 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1923; 1 c. May 1, 1923; J 
261519. 

Helena, Mont., Montana state capi- 
tol. © Sept. 17, 1922; 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1923; 1 c. May 1, 1923; J 261520. 

Price (Morris L.) Washington. 9729 

Washington, D. C, cherry blossoms. 
© Apr. 13, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; J 261194. 

Priscilla co., Boston. 9730-9738 

Symbol block pattern, 23-2-31, 23-2- 
33. © Feb. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 21 ; 
K 173575, 173577. 

23-2-32. © Feb. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. 

Mar. 21 ; K 173576. 

for cushion, 23-3-14. © Jan. 

25, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 21; K 173574. 

frock, 23-4-57. © Feb. 2S, 

1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 27 ; K 173748. 

23-4-58. © Feb. 28, 1923; 2 

c. Mar. 27 ; K 173747. 

Working pattern and color guide for 
No. 23-3-31 [etc] © Feb. 21, 1923 ; 2 
c. Mar. 27 ; K 173749. 

No. 23-3-32 [etc] © Fob. 19, 

1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; K 173573. 

Working patterns in darned home- 
spun, 23-6-10, 23-6-12. 23-6-13. © 
Mav 29, 1923; 2 c. -lime 15; K 175962. 



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9739 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Process color ptg. co., Rochester, 
N. Y. 9739-9749 

[11 prints] : 

Arnpelopsis veitchii, Japan or Boston 
ivy. — Cactus dahl.a, Countess of Lons- 
dale. — Decorative dahlia, Clifford W. 
Bruton. — Deutzia, pride of Roch- 
ester. — Foundation planting. — Gladio- 
lus, Panama. — Home landscape. — 
Landscape. — Lombardy poplar, popu- 
lus nigra. — Tausendschon, thousand 
beaut es. — Trumpet vine, bignonia ra- 
dicans. © Mar. 26. 1923; 2 c. each 
Apr. 2 ; K 173S80-173S90. 

Publicker inc., Philadelphia. 9750 

Rub-ka-hol, an ever ready nurse for 
every home. © Mar. 16, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 24; K 174008. 

R-C pictures Corp., New York. 

9751-9952 

Bishop of the Ozarks : 

Beauty was her armor [etc] — Can 
a leopard change his spots? [1 sheet 
poster] — Death, lust lurked behind 
every menacing glance. — Dreams be- 
came dust in that moment she had 
feared. — Duty fought with memory. 
[etc] — Flames of fury blazed [etc., 3 
sheet poster] — Flung into the midst of 
mad revelry [etc] — I have money 
[etc] — My child, it must not be [etc] — 
Saved from the gilded trap [etc., 6 
sheet poster] — She had danced [etc] — 
Strength in his arm matched the steel 
in his soul. — [3 sheet poster] — There's 
a time and place [etc] — These hills 
need a fighter [etc] — [24 sheet pos- 
ter] — Transfixed he gazed at the magic- 
talisman. — [1 sheet poster] © Feb. 4, 
1923; 2 c. each Feb. 21; K 172911- 
172926. 

Canyon of the fools. Harry Carey, in : 
Blind hate seethed about them. — 
Chance was 1 in 100 but he took. it. — 
Danger lay ahead [etc., 1 sheet pos- 
ter] — Happy as larks on the top o' the 
world. — He breasted the swift current 
[etc] — His thoughts wandered back to 
happier moments. — Land pulsing with 
romance and adventure. — Like a cor- 
nered wildcat [etc. 6 sheet poster] — 
Moment of suspense then action. — Re- 
lentless, hungry for his life [etc. 3 
sheet poster] — [Title card] — Weary 
miles and miles swept behind him. — 
With a roar like the crack of doom 
[etc. 3 sheet poster] — [1 sheet pos- 
ter] — [24 sheet poster] © Jan. 21, 
1923; 2 c. each Feb. 21; K 172896- 
172910. 



Canyon of the fools, Harry Carey in. 
[Title card] © Feb. 21, 1923; 2 c. 
Feb. 21; K 172895. 

Crashin' thru, Harry Carey in : 

Guilty, the dog has proven it. [1 
sheet poster] — I'd do any thing in the 
world for you. — I'm sure she'll be a 
great help to us both [etc] — I never 
thought the girl would ever come out 
alive [etc] — If I cant have you [etc] — 
Saved from certain death [etc. 1 sheet 
poster] — Saved from the clutches of 
the cut throats. — Snatched from death 
in the mad stampede. — Snatched from 
death in the mad stampede. [Title 
card] — Snatched from the jaws of 
death. [3 sheet poster] — So its not 
your knife eh, Blake? — Terrific wind, 
furious flames, [etc.] 3 sheet poster] — 
[Title card] — Whole world seemed to 
sing their love.— [6 sheet poster] — 
[24 sheet poster] © Apr. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each Apr. 4 ; K 173989-174004. 

Fighting blood: 

H-m-m. you young folks sparkin' 
again? — His fighting blood was 
aroused. — It was certainly some 
party. — Lay Gff, you big stiff. — 2so 
slugging in the clinches. — Say, my 
sodas would make even you smile. — 
[Title card] — What a lover's delight 
sundae will do. © Feb. 4, 1923; 2 c. 
each Feb. 23 ; J 260569-260576. 

Fighting blood; 

Round 1. [1 sheet poster, A, B] — 
You'll roar with laughter. — [3 sheet 
poster, A, B] — [24 sheet poster] © 
Feb. 4. 1923: 2 c. each Feb. 23; K 
172989-172994. 

Fighting blood, knight in gale : 

What quivering thrills. [1 sheet 
poster] — Whirlwind action, irresistible 
humor [etc., 1 sheet poster] — [3 sheet 
poster] © Feb. 18. 1923; 2 c. each 
Mar. 15 ; K 173477-173479. 

Fighting blood, round 3, Sis Second 
Smith : 

Ajariah gets his biggest thrill. — 
Hearts and waffles. — If you lose we're 
broke. — It was no longer a fight merely 
for a purse. — Kid. you kin fight as 
good as I dress. — Lissen, kid, he's no 
pushover. — Nine, ten, and yer out. 
[Title card] — Sweetest moment of all. 
© Mar. 4, 1923; 2 c. each June 6; J 
262199-262206. 



172 



no. 2, 1923 

Fighting blood, round 3, Six Second 
Smith.: 

[1 sheet poster, A, B] — [3 sheet pos- 
ter] © Mar. 4, 1923; 2 c. each June 
6; K 175694-175696. 

Fighting blood, round 4, two stones 
with one bird: 

And he's afraid of his handsome 
face.— Dissipation in Drew city. — He 
packs cm terrible wallop, Gale. — Some 
birthday, eh.— This is a fight, not a 
petting party. — This guy sure writes a 
mean book.— Trying it on the dog. — 
What could be sweeter. © Apr. 1, 
1923; 2 c. each Apr. 19; J 261565- 
261572. 

Fighting blood, round 4, two stones 
with one bird. [1 sheet posters, A. Bj 
© Apr. 1, 1923; 1 c. each Apr. 19; 
1 c. each May 4 ; K 174918, 174919. 

[3 sheet poster] © Apr. 

1, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 19 ; K 174355. 

Fighting blood, round 5, Some 
punches and Judy: 

Agony trio in action. — And the hat 
was brand new only 8 years ago. — 
Fear of defeat stung more than 
blows. — For a purse more precious 
than gold. — Green eyed monster's 
prey. — Price of popularity. — Some 
jazz. — This bud of love, when next we 
meet, etc. © Apr. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Apr. 19 ; J 261557-261564. 

Fighting blood, round 5. Some 
punches and Judy. [1 sheet poster, 
A, B] © Apr. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 
19 ; K 174356, 174357. 

[3 sheet poster] © Apr. 

15, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 19 ; K 174358. 

Fighting blood, round 6, Gall of the 
wild : 

Dumb belle rings in. — Judy spurns 
Rags and his riches. — Knockout's new 
sweet mamma. — Puzzle, find the two 
real sweethearts. — Seven, eight, nine. — • 
Slowly the terrible vise closed. — That 
was no foul, you're just yellow. — 
There's many a soft head under a stiff 
haircomb. © Apr. 29, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
June 6 ; J 262207-262214. 

Fighting blood, round 6, Gall of the 
wild : 

[1 sheet poster, A, B] [3 sheet 
poster] © Apr. 29, 1923; 2 c. each 
June 6; K 17569S-175700. 

Fourth musketeer, Johnnie Walker 
in : 

Aw dat book's a dead steal on the 
picture. — Gas, oil, water, make it 
snappy. — Knock him for a garage. 



9952 

kid. — Mush, what a fine breakfast 
dish. — She wanted society and pet 
dogs. — That pip of a garage becomes 
theirs. — This is my reward, your high- 
ness. — [Title card] — Tonight's will be 
my last fight, I promise. — You are the 
guilty one, admit it. © Mar. 18, 1923 ; 
2 c. each Apr. 4 ; K 173932-173941. 

Knight in gale: 

Boy, you've got the makings of a 
real champ. — Knight in gale spends a 
night in jail. — Oh, you lover's delight 
sundae. — Once more the old, old 
story. — With your wollop and mine 
we could lick all the cops in the 
world. — Young man, I've been a 
watchin' ye. — You're as yellow as your 
father's gold. © Feb. 18. 1923; 2 c. 
each Mar. 15 ; J 260685-260691. 

Knight in gale. Now you're going 
to fight. © Feb. 18, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 
15 ; 1 c. Mar. 31 ; J 260976. 

Pop Tuttle's lost control, Dan Mason 
in : 

His whiskers tense, he gripped the 
wheel. — I'll sell the durn thing for a 
nickel. — It fits like the ocean on the 
beach. — Lizzie bus, queen of the high- 
way. — Plum Center's traction trust. — 
Pop Tuttle takes up auto suggestion. — ■ 
Time for Carter's little flivver pills. — 
Why an automobile gets tired. [1 
sheet poster] [3 sheet poster] © 
Mar. 25, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 29; K 
173794-173803. 

Pop Tuttle's lost nerve^, Dan Mason 
in: 

Finding the lost nerve. — It stands 
in the paper just so.— Laughing gas is 
no laughing matter. — Money speaks 
louder than words. — Plum Center's 
illustrious son. [Title card] — Pop may 
be down, but he's never out. — Pop's 
cure for hay fever. — Stop, don't feed 
him laughing gas. [3 sheet poster] — 
Wow, the nerve of some people. [1 
sheet poster] — You see the polypodi- 
aceous germ grown here. © Apr. 22. 
1923; 2 c. each Apr. 19; K 174347- 
174354, 174359, 174360. 

Pop Tuttle's pole cat plot, Dan 
Mason in : 

He scoffed at competition. — Her 
beauty staggered him. — Opening chorus 
by the entire company. — Plum Center 
traffic system. — Pop the winner at last. 
— She could ride in his chariot any 
time. — Six famous feet [etc] — [Title 
card] — [1 sheet poster] — [3 sheet 
poster] © Feb. 25. 1923: 2 c. each 
Mar. 15; K 173468-173476, 173480. 



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9953 



pt. iv, n. s., v. IS 



R.-C pictures corp. — Continued. 
Pop Turtle's Russian rumor, Dan 
Mason in : 

Ah, fingerprints at last. — And he's 
right upstairs. — Consarn 'em, I'll fool 
'em yet. — Faint heart ne'er won fair 
lady. [1 sheet poster] — He loves me, 
he loves me not. — He loves me. he 
loves me not. [3 sheet poster] — Mil- 
lions and millions (of rubles) — Oo's 
iddle ootsie is oo? — Rough on rats. — 
[Title card] © May 20. 1923: 2 c. 
each June 6 ; K 175676-1758S3, 175693. 
175697. 



Private, keep off, Mr. and Mrs. Car- 
ter De Haven in : 

Back in his sweetie's arms. — Bis- 
cuits, and he has to row a boat. — Ex- 
citement of the hunt. — Getting it in 
the neck. — He didn't know it was 
loaded. — He's got a blonde with him. — 
Missing, one perfectly good husband. — 
Sh-h-h it's liable to explode. — [1 sheet 
poster] [3 sheet poster] © Apr. 15, 
1923: 2 c. each Apr. 4; K 173979- 
173988. 

Westbound limited: 

And I mistrusted you. — Clammy 
phrases cut her to the soul. — Danger. 
[1 sheet poster] — Don't miss it. [1 
sheet poster] — Duel to death [etc. 6 
sheet poster] — Ever watchful, ever 
faithful, hail the railroad engineer. — 
Hawk's claws clutched at the warning 
eyes, danger. — Honeymoon special, 
new vistas, new hopes, new dreams. — 
My boy, my boy. — My boy, my boy, a 
hero. [1 sheet poster] — Red means 
danger. [1 sheet poster] — See two 
screeching iron monsters [etc. 3 sheet 
poster] — Sinister shadows [etc. 3 
sheet poster] — Terrified, helpless, and 
death rushing on at a mile a min- 
ute. [Title card, 11 x 14 card, 22 x 28 
card] — What awful sight met his ter- 
rified gaze? — [3 sheet poster] — [24 
sheet poster] © Apr. 15. 1923: 2 c. 
each June 6: K 175674, 175675, 
175684-175692, 175701-175708. 

4th musketeer, Johnnie Walker in : 
Oh boy. [1 sheet poster] — Old King 
Tutankhamen would have hocked his 
golden chariot [etc. 3 sheet poster] — 
Old King Tutankhamen would have 
swapped [etc. 1 sheet poster] — She 
wanted society, dances, tea [etc. 3 
sheet poster] [6 sheet poster] [24 
sheet poster] © Mar. 18, 1923; 2 c. 



Radford (William A.) Chicago. 

9953-9976 

[24 prints] : 

[Barn] Feb., 1924.— [Barn and im- 
plement house] Nov., 1924. — [Brick 
and stucco residence, Oct. sheet] — 
[Brick bungalow 1 Feb.. sheet] — [Bun- 
galow, Apr. sheet] — [Bungalow, Aug. 
sheet] — [Bungalow, July sheet] — 
[Bungalow, June sheet] — [Bungalow] 
June, 1924.— [Bungalow] Oct., 1924.— 
[Colonial house] Mar., 1924. — [Dutch 
colonial house, Jan. sheet] — -[Granary] 
July, 1924. — [Hog houses] Sept., 
1924.— [Poultry houses] May, 1924 — 
[Small house, Nov. sheet] — [Small 
house, Sept. sheet]— [Stucco house, 
Dec. sheet] — [Stucco house. Mar. 
sheet] — [Stucco house, May sheet] — 
[Three garages] Apr., 1924. — [Two 
story house] Aug., 1924. — [Two story 
house] Dec, 1924. — [White bungalow] 
Jan., 1924.—© Jan. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 22 ; K 171948-171971. 

Raleigh (Henricus Mont) Pitts- 
burgh. 9977 
New Castle, Pa., Cascade Falls. © 

Apr. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; J 261193. 



Ramsdell (Arthur D. ) 
Mass. 
Organization of the 
government. © June 
June 20 : I 8095. 



Melrose. 

9978 

United States 

8, 1923: 2 c. 



each Apr. 4 ; K 173183, 173942-173946. 



Ransford (Arthur L.) Portland, Or. 

9979-9982 
Roosevelt statue, 101-104. © Apr. 
14, 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 19 ; J 261270- 
261273. 

Rawleigh (Ernest Joseph) Buffalo. 

9983 

Face in the shroud of Christ. © 

Apr. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 24; J 260788. 

Raybestos co., Bridgeport, Conn. 

9984 

Stopping distances at different 

speeds for testing automobile brakes. 

© May 22, 1923 ; 2 c. June 4 ; I 8068. 

Reich (Jacques) New Dorp, S. I., 
N. Y. 9985 

[Penfield (Frederic C.)] © May 
25, 1923 ; 2 c. May 29 ; K 175438. 

Reiger (Harry J.) Springfield, 111. 

9986-9991 

Residence for Dr. E. E. Hagler, 
Springfield, 111. [8 sheets, blueprints] 
© 1 c. June 18, 1923 ; I 8092. 

Residence for John C. Neuman, 
plans. [4 sheets, blueprints] © 1 c. 
Mar. 20, 1923 ; I 7789. 



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no. 2. 1923 



10019 



Residence for W. T. Chestnut. [3 
sheets, blueprints] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1923; I 7830. 

[3 blueprints] 

Motion picture theatre for state 
amusement corp. [10 sheets, blue- 
prints] — Residence for Mr. Frank H. 
McKelvey, Springfield, 111. [6 sheets, 
blueprints] — School building for Pleas- 
ant hill school district, 44. [4 sheets, 
blueprints] © 1 c. each May 31, 
1923; I 8024-8026. 

Reitee (O. C.) Pittsburgh. 9992 

Husbandman. © June 19, 1923 ; 2 c. 
June 22; J 262438. 

Reliable poultry journal pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 9993-9995 

[3 prints] : 

Brother chart showing how to build 
up flock of high producers [etc., chart 
A] {In Reliable pountry journal, May, 
1923) — 1926 matings of progeny from 
1924 and 1925 breeders shown on chart 
A [etc., chart B.] {In Reliable poultry 
Journal, May, 1923)— 1927 matings of 
progeny from breeders shown on 
charts A and B [etc., chart C] {In Re- 
liable poultry journal, May, 1923) © 
Apr. 28, 1923; 1 c. each May 1; 
I 7908-7910. 

Reporter pub. co., Detroit. 9996 

Tudosito. © Mar. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 
19 ; K 173503. 

Rhodes studio, Tacoma. 9997 

Karle (Theo.) © Apr. 12, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 18 ; J 261262. 

Rice (Thomas J.) Oberlin, O. 9998 

Oberlin college, varsity track team. 

© June 6, 1923 ; 2 c. June 11 ; J 262311. 

Richardson & Boyton co., Phila- 
delphia. 9999 
Richardson red top safety system. 
© Apr. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; K 175302. 

Rideout (H. H.) Washington. 10000 

Washington, D. C, March blossoms. 

© Apr. 13, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 16 ; J 261249. 

Rieber (Winifred) Los Angeles. 

10001 
Grauman (Sid © Apr. 14, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 18; J 261260. 

Rigaumont (Victor Albert) Pitts- 
burgh. 10002-10004 
Charleroi, Pa., proposed theatre 
bldg. for Mr. Coyle, basement, main 
floor, mezzanine floor, balcony and 
long section plans. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1923; I 7779. 



Homestead, Pa., proposed theatre, 
sketch of auditorium, mezzanine and 
balcony floor plans. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1923; I 7778. 

Proposed theatre building for Steu- 
benville, O., main floor, balcony, lon- 
gitudinal section [etc] © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1923; I 7738. 

Risien (C.J.) Corsicana, Tex. 10005 
Kenner no. 1, C. O. & B. co. © Apr. 
10, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; J 261401. 

Roberts (W. F.) co., inc., Washington. 

10006 
Washington, D. C, Lincoln memorial 
and reflection pool. © Apr. 10, 1923; 
2 c. May 2 ; J 261607. 

Roberts (Wesley) Nogoles, Ariz. 

10007-10011 

Mcnab {Col. A. T.) jr., 1-3. © May 
26, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 9 ; J 262302- 
262304. 

Montgomery {Capt. C. A.) 1, 2. © 
May 26, 1923; 2 c. each June 9; J 
262305, 262306. 

Robin (P. T.) Beaver Falls, Pa. 

10012 
[Sales price chart of derricks] © 
Mar. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; I 7973. 

Robinson (F. A.) Miami, Fla. 

10013, 10014. 

Smiles. © June 13, 1923 ; 2 c. June 
15 ; J 262336. 

Sugar fingers. © June 13, *923 ; 2 c. 
June 15 ; J 262337. 

Robinson, (Guy Charles) Dallas. 

10015 
Genuine lettering. Let your em- 
ployes wear your ad. © May 1, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 26 ; K 175521. 

Robisch (Robert L.) Cincinnati. 

10016 
Cincinnatus [Stamp] © Apr. 17, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. IS ; K 174290. 

Rockland county realty board, 

Nanuet, N. Y. 10017 

Rockland county realty board. 1922. 

© June 6, 1923; 2 c. June S; K 

175756. 

Rockwell (Evelyn Enola) Kew Gar- 
dens, N. Y. 10018 
Mother and child. © Mar. 4. 1923; 
1 c. Feb. 23 ; 1 c. Mar. 16 ; J 26056S. 

Roehrs (Julius) co., Rutherford, N. J. 

10019 

[Cedar tree against dogwood tree.] 

© Mar, 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 13 ; K 173582. 



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10020 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Rosenberg bros., New York. 10020 

Men's raccoon coat. © May 29, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 26 ; K 176087. 

Rosenbloom (William M. ) Revere, 
Mass. 10021, 10022 

Construction of efficient concert 
receiver. [Blueprint] © Mar. 3, 1923 ; 
2 c. Mar. 14 ; I 7744. 

Construction of Rosenbloom two 
stage amplifier. [Blueprint] © May 
14, 1923 ; 2 c. May 19 ; I 7949. 

Rosener (Charles S.) San Francisco. 

10023 
U. S. supreme court, chief justices. 
© Nov. 21, 1922; 2 c. Apr. 10, 1923; 
K 174104. 

Rosenfeld (Adolph) Youngstown, O. 

10024 
Knockout game. © Apr. 10, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 17; I 7887. 

Ross (John) San Francisco. 10025 
Ross's (Capt.) improved model of 
ships giving natural stability, easier 
lines for going through the water [etc. 
Blueprint] © May 19, 1923 ; 2 c. June 
22; I 8120. 

Ross (John) Santa Rosa, Calif. 10026 
Burbank (Luther) © May 6, 1922; 
2 c. Mar. 15, 1923 ; J 260580. 

Rossello (Peter R.) Detroit. 10027 
Jubilee temple, I. O. O. F. [Draw- 
ing and plans of lodge bldg. 19 sheets, 
blueprints] © Mar. 13, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 
19; 1 c. Mar. 30; I 7825. 

Rotofeatures, Omaha, Neb. 

10028-10031 

Bunting (Harriet) and horse. © 
May 19, 1923 ; 2 c. May 26 ; J 261872. 

In memoriam. © Apr. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. 
May 1 ; J 261487. 

Romeo. © June 5, 1923 ; 2 c. June 
S ; J 262282. 

Wild horse roundup. © June 5, 
1923 ; 2 c. June S ; J 262283. 

Rowley (James Francis) Chicago. 

10032, 10033 

Leg question. [Above knee amputa- 
tion] © Mar. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 10; 
K 173973. 

[Below knee amputation] © 

Mar. 27, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 10 ; K 173974. 

Rullman (Elmer E.) Chicago. 

10034-10036 
Illustration of $10,000 twenty year 
endowment [etc.] © Mar. 1, 1923; 
2 c. Apr. 7; K 174303. 



Road through life. 1, 2. © Mar. 1, 
1923; 2 c. each Apr. 7; K 174301, 
174302. 

Run yon (Robert) Brownsville, Tex. 
10037-10039 

[3 photographs] : 

Grape fruit, Lower Rio Grande Val- 
ley, 598. — Orange tree, Lower Rio 
Grande Valley, 597. — Sunset on the 
Rio Grande, 593. © May 1, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each June 1 ; J 261937-261939. 

Rusk variety store, Hoopeston, 111. 

10040-10048 

Hoopeston, 111. : 

Bird's-eye view. — Illinois canning 
co.. bird's eye view. — Lorraine 
theatre. — McFerren park, boathouse. — 
McFerren Park lagoon. — Post office. 
© Apr. 16, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 20; 
K 174384-174389. 

Corn hauling. — Lorraine theatre, 
lobby. — McFerren park, rustic bridge. 
© Apr. 12, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 18; 
K 174291-174293. 

Russell (George E.) San Francsico. 
10049-10060 
Berth (C. L.) tractor co. plant, aero 
view. © Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1923; J 260696. 

California (Battleship) with San 
Francisco in background, aero view. © 
Jan. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; J 260693. 

Oakland, Calif., bird's eye view. © 
Feb. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. May 14 ; J 261648. 

San Francisco, Calif., aero-photo 
map. © May 9, 1923; 2 c. May 14: 
J 261654. 

business district and bay, from 

4th and Mission sts., aerial view. © 
Apr. 29, 1923 ; 2 c. May 14 ; J 261649. 

and wharves. © Jan. 26, 

1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; J 260695. 

Crystal market and civic cen- 
ter, from the air. © Apr. 9, 1923; 
2 c. May 14 ; J 261650. 

—-Fairmont hotel. © May 9, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 14 ; J 261651. 

financial district, aero-photo. 

© Apr. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. May 14 ; J 261652. 

Golden Gate park, aero view. 

© Jan. 27, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; J 260694. 

section of wharves, and Golden 

Gate, from the air. © Apr. 15, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 14 ; J 261653. 

Sausalito and Mt. Tamalpais, aero 
view. © Jan. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; 
J 260697. 



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10123 



Ruth (John A.) St. Louis. 10061 

Concordia seminary, faculty. © 
May 27. 1923 ; 2 c. May 28 ; J 262326. 

Ryan (Bernaed L.) San Francisco. 

10062 
Time of bloom, color, and height of 
a few broad-leayed, evergreen, flower- 
ing shrubs grown out of doors in Cali- 
fornia. © 1 c. May 12, 1923 ; I 7934. 

Santa Clara county tuberculosis 

assn., San Jose, Calif. 10063 

Graph showing percentage variation 

in weight from normal weights. © 

June 12, 1923 ; 2 c. June 18 ; I 8091. 

Savage (BertF.) Lewiston, Id. 10064 
Lewiston, Clarkston fair and round- 
up, (c) Apr. 23, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 28; 
K 175303. 

Sawyer (Charles H.) Concord, N. H. 
10065-10080 
Ausable Chasm, entrance. © Mar. 
19, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; J 260781. 

Champlain (Lake) ledges. © Dec. 
1, 1922 ; 2 c. Mar. 21, 1923 ; J 260668. 

surf. © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Mar. 

21, 1923 ; J 260669. 

Council Point, Lake Dunmore. © 
Mar. 19, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; J 260779. 

Dunmore (Lake) : 

Council circle. — Dunmore (Lake) — 
Through the birches. © Mar. 19, 1923 ; 
2 c. each Mar. 21; J 260984, 260987, 
260990. 

[3 photographs] : 

Champlain (Lake) glimpse. — Long 
trail. — Mt. Mansfield road. © Dec. 1, 
1922 ; 2 c. each Mar. 21, 1923 ; J 260778, 
260780, 260782. 

[6 photographs] : 

Camel's Hump and the Winooski. — 
Champlain (Lake) shore. — Mansfield 
(Mt.) 1, 2. — Mansfield (Mt.) and 
Smugglers Notch. — Marbleheacl, Lake 
Cbamplain. © Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. each 
Mar. 21, 1923 ; J 260982, 260983, 260985, 
260986, 260988, 260989. 

Sawyer (Marion P.) Jamaica Plain, 

Mass. 100S1 

[Silhouette of girl at typewriter] 

© Mar. 16, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1923; 

K 174815. 

Scherzinger (Vic) Nelson, Neb. 

10082 
Our war presidents. © Aug. 31, 
1922 ; 2 c. Sept. 5 ; J 260757. 



Schling (Max) New York. 

10083-10085 
• [3 photographs] : 

Bride's bouquet. — Bridesmaid's bou- 
quet. — Flower girl's bouquet. © Mar. 
3, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 20; J 260643- 
260645. 

Schlueter (Frank J.) Houston. 

10086 
Freeport. Tex., Harbor. © Mar. 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 19 ; J 260617. 

Schmidt (Henry Phillipp) Anacortes, 
Wash. 10087 

Rosario Beach. © May 26, 1923; 
2 c. June 1 ; J 261941. 

Schmidt, Dauber co., inc., New York. 

10088, 10089 

Schmidt, Dauber co. [2 col. adv] 

© Apr. 7, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; K 174505. 

[4 col. adv.] © Apr. 4, 1923; 

2 c. Apr. 17; K 174506. 

Schriever (Jas.) Scranton, Pa. 

10090, 10091 

Brenen (Rt. Rev. Bishop A. J.) © 
Apr. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 ; J 261659. 

Hoben (Rt. Rev. Bishop M. J.) in 
pontifical garb. © Apr. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 26; J 261660. 

Schuchman (Raymond F.) Baltimore. 

10092 
Expanding piston and bull ring. 
[Blueprint] © 1 c. June 13 ; I 8083. 

Schuck (Charles P.) Philadelphia. 

10093 
Brown (Rev. M. A.) © Mar. 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 27 ; J 260752. 

Schweig studio, St. Louis. 

10094, 10095 
Oliver (B. M.) A, B. © April 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 7 ; J 261542, 261543. 

Scotford (Baron H.) Atlantic City. 

10096-10121 
[Snipette. 1-261 © Dec. 31, 1920; 
2 c. each May 11, 1923; K 175179- 
175204. 

Scott (Arthur H.) Pittsfield, Mass. 

10122 
Berkshire birches. © Nov. 1, 1922 ; 
2 c. Apr. 18 ; J 261261. 

Scott (Robert Wilson) Philadelphia. 

10123 
Stock market probabilities. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1923 ; I 7901. 



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10124 



pt. iv, n. s„ v. 18 



Senseney (Geoege E.) Northampton, 
Mass. 10124 

Tut- Ankh- Amen. © Apr. 1, 1923; 
2 c. Apr. 20 ; K 174394. 

Sesqi'I-cextexniae EXHIBITION ASSN. 

Philadelphia. 10125 

Sesqui-centennial exhibition, 1776, 

1926, Philadelphia. © May 10, 1923 ; 

2 c. May 11 ; K 175749. 

Severance & Van Alen, New York. 

10126 
Bainbridg'e bldg., typical floor plan 
[etc] © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 10; 
I 7739. 

Shafer (Feed L. ) New Hampton, la. 

10127 
Yosonda. © Apr. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 
2 ; J 261278. 

Sharon (Frederick Wallace) Venice, 
Calif. 10128 

I sure like my Brunswick phono- 
graph. © Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 
17 ; J 260975. 

Shelton (Tom) Hot Springs, Ark. 

10129, 10130 

Hot Springs, Ark., Pythian bath 
house, sanitarium and hotel, A. © 
Apr. 12, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 23 ; 1 c. May 
7 ; J 261577. 

B. © Apr. 12, 1923 ; 2 c. May 

7 : J 261539. 

Sherwood (E. H.) Oak Park. 111. 

10131-10136 

[Bread, the foundation of health] 
© May 16, 1923; 2 c. June 11; K 
175852. 

[When we were first married] © 
May 29, 1923 ; 2 c. June 11 ; K 175853. 

[You never know 'till vou try] © 
May 29, 1923 ; 2 c. June 11 ; K 175851. 

[3 prints] : 

[Good things ahead] — [Saturday's 
baking] — [When mother bakes] © 
Mar. 14. 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 19; K 
173514-173516. 

Shieek & Hiesch, New York. 10137 

Jimbo (In Chicago apparel gazette) 

© Apr. 25, 1923 ; 1 c. May 1 ; K 174690. 

Shoemaker (Alvaeo Clyde) Seattle. 

10138 
Chuckanut drive at sunset. © Apr. 
25, 1923 ; 2 c. May 3 ; J 261523. 

Shoemakee (Lueah M.) Wayne, Mich. 

10139 
Pals. © Apr. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; 
J 261397. 



Sheine ciecus, Albany, N. Y. 10140 
Follow the crowd to the Shrine cir- 
cus. © Feb. 14, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 15; 
K 173530. 

Sieeea club, San Francisco. 10141 

Sierra Nevada Mts. in the neighbor- 
hood of the Yosemite Valley, view 
from Mt. Hamilton in the Coast 
Range. © Apr. 21, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 ; 
J 261384. 

Simmer (Alfeed Geoege) Wenatchee, 
Wash. 10142-10144 , 

Wenatchee. Wash., Lincoln Rock, 
1321-1323. © Jan. 10. 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Mar. 31 ; J 261244-261246. 

Slatee (Thomas A.) Boston. 10145 
Boston, Mass., French charitv ball, 
auspices of le club Francais. © May 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. May 18 ; J 261662. 

Slevin (L. S.) Carmel, Calif. 10146 
Shrine group. © Apr. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. 

Apr. 28 ; J 261453. 

Sloan feature seevice, New York. 

10147-10150 
Newsboys of Detroit, new year's 

greeting : 

Jan. to Mar., 1923. — Apr. to June, 

1923.— July to Sept.. 1923.— Oct. to 

Dec, 1923. © Nov. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. each 

Nov. 22 ; K 176072-176075. 

Smith (C. Feeris) Colville. Wash. 

10151-10154 

[4 photographs] : 

Delighted. — Generosity. — Mt. Carmpl 
hospital. — Old dominion treasury. © 
May 14. 1923; 2 c. each May 19; J 
261671-261674. 

Smith (Chas. W.) San Francisco. 

10155, 10156 

[Automobile traffic count. Blue- 
print] © May 19, 1923 ; 2 c. May 24 ; 
I 7976. 

[Foot traffic count on Market st. 
near 4th st. Blueprint] © May 19, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 24 ; I 7975. 

Smith (Geo. I.) ptg. co., Portland. 
Or. 10157 

Every living creature. [Cover de- 
sign] © Nov. 13, 1922 ; 2 c. Apr. 24, 
1923; K 174443. 

Smith (L. C.) & bros. typewriter co., 
Syracuse, N. Y. 10158 

Grayhound of the office. © Apr. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 30 ; K 174645. 

Smith (Rollin) Los Angeles. 10159 
Hold a. winning hand. © May 8, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 15 ; K 175750. 



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10303 



Smith (Shirley W.) Ann Arbor. 

10160 

Michigan (Univ. of) campus, plan. 
© Feb. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 3 ; I 7761. 

Smith, Brooks ptg. co., Denver. 

10161 
[Lincoln (Abraham)] © Feb. 10, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; K 173528. 

Smith photo service, Danville, 111. 

10162 

Danville, 111., Soldiers and sailors 
monument. © May 16, 1923 ; 2 c. May 
18 ; J 261665. 

Society of the Divine Savior, inc., 
St. Mazianz, Wis. 10163 

Savior's call. [Cover design] © 

Mar. 17, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; K 173775. 

Sonntag (Paul) Berlin. 10164 

Konzert ; by Imre Goth. © June 1, 
1922 ; 1 c. Apr. 16, 1923 ; K 174435. 

Southwick (Edith G. ) New York. 

10165 
[Quick-mark] © 1 c. June 16; I 



Sparks (Georgette Hamlin) Wil- 
mington, Del. 10166 
Piper shop studios. © Oct. 30, 1922 ; 
2 c. May 2, 1923 ; K 175405. 

Spencer (Clifford Richard) Dallas. 

10167 
[Medical arts bldg.] © Feb. 28, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; I 7740. 

Sperry & Neif, Phillips, Wis. 

10168-10181 

Phillips, Wis. : 

Catch on Connors Lake. — High 
school. — Hunting scene near. — North- 
ern Lakes part, 2, 3. — Northern Lakes 
park, in the. — Northern Lakes park, 
on the north fork of the Flambeau, 
1. — Northern Lakes park, view, 4-6, 
9, 10. — Price County courthouse. — 
Scene near Northern Lakes park. © 
Feb. 13. 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 28; J 
261175-261188. 

Springfield tablet mfg. co.. Spring- 
field, Mo. 10182 
Royal blue school series. © Apr. 7, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 23 ; K 174440. 

Stackhouse (J. A.) Dover, N. J. 

10183 
Leaning cross with blood dripping 
from it. © May 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Mav 25 ; 
J 261863. 



57686—23- 



Stadden (J. H.) Marshfield, Or. 

10184-10186 

[3 photographs] : 

Big sandy. — Big three. — Nature's 
nobleman. © Apr. 12, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Apr. 19 ; J 261274-261276. 

Stadler & Stadler, New York. 

10187, 10188 

Golfer. © May 11, 1923; 2 c. May 
12 ; K 175206. 

[Riding suit] © June 1, 1923 ; 2 c. 
June 6; K 175636. 

Stalker adv. co., inc., Toledo, O. 

10189-10194 

Man in brown. I'd like to nose in, 1. 
© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 16; K 
174247. 

I've got my eye on your ad- 
vertising account, 3. © Mar. 17, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 16; K 174249. 

Let's chin, 4. © Mar. 19, 1923 ; 

2 c. Apr. 16; K 174250. 

— — My ear, 2. © Mar. 16, 1923 ; 2 
c. Apr. 16; K 174248. 

My head, 5. © Mar. 20, 1923; 

2 c. Apr. 16; K 174251. 

This is the whole of me [etc.] 

(6) © Mar. 21, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 16; 
K 174252. 

Standard homes co., Washington. 

10195 
[Kendall] © Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 27; K 173745. 

Stansell (J. L.) Pendleton, S. C. 

10196 

Stansell's (J. L.) simplified guide. 

© Mar. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; K 8119. 

Stearns bros. co., Delta, Col. 10197 
Delta, Col., Delta beet sugar factory. 
[Delta sugar post card] © Apr. 2, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 16 ; K 174749. 

Stecher lithographic co., Rochester, 
N. Y. 10198-10303 

[106 prints] : [Artichoke, Green 
globe] — [Asparagus, Gonover's colos- 
sal] — [Bean, Carolina small white 
lima] — [Bean, Stringless green 

pod] — [Beans, Bush lima] — [Beans. 
Kentucky wonder or old homestead] — 
[Beans, Pole lima] — [Beans, pole. 
Red spreckled cut short 1 — [Beet. 
Early bassano] — [Beet. Eclipse] — 
| Broccoli, Purple] — [B m ssels 

sprouts] — [Cabbage, Brunswick short 
slem or Fottler's early drum-head] — 
I Cabbage, Chinese, celery or petsai] — 
[Cabbage. Savoy] — [Cabbage. Sure 
head] — [Carrot, Golden ball or French 
forcing] — [Carrot, Improved short 

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10304 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Stecher lithographic co. — Contd. 
white] — [Carrot, Ox heart or guer- 
.ande] — [Casaba, Golden beauty] — 
[Casaba, Golden hybrid] — [Cele- 
riac] — [Chicory, W i 1 1 o o f ] — 
[Chives] — [Citron] — [Collards]— 
[Corn, Country gentleman or golden 
cream] — [Corn, Early Minnesota, 
early evergreen or Whipple's early or 
Stowell's evergreen] — [Corn, Pep 
O'Day or Crosby's early] — [Corn 
salad] — [Cucumber, Gherken] — [Cu- 
cumber, Lemon] — [Cucumber, Snows 
pickling] — [Dandelion, French com- 
mon thick leaf] — [Egg plant, Early 
long purple or black pekin] — [Egg 
plant, Improved large purple or black 
beauty] — [Endive, Broad leaved Bata- 
vian] — [Fennel] — [Gourd, Nest egg] — 
{Kale, dwarf]— [Kale, Tall]— [Leek, 
Broad London or American flag] — 
[Lettuce, Denver market] — [Lettuce, 
Tennis ball] — [Lettuce, White Paris 
cos] — [Mangel, mammoth long red] — 
[Marrow, Fordhook] — [Marrow, Itali- 
an vegetable] — [Muskmelon, Emerald 
gem] — [Muskmelon, Honey dew] — 
[Muskmelon, Tip top] — [Nastur- 
tium] — [Okra, Dwarf green] — [Okra, 
Perkins long pod] — [Okra, White 
velvet] — [Onion, Bunching] — [Onion, 
mammoth silver king] — [Onion, White 
Portugal or silver skin] — [Parsley, 
Thick rooted] ■ — [Pea, Champion of 
England] — [Pea, First and best] — 
TPea, Gradus] — [Pea, McLean's ad- 
vancer] — [Pea, Telephone] — ] Pump- 
iin, Green striped cushaw] — [Pump- 
kin, Sweet cheese or Kentucky field] — 
[Pumpkin, Sweet potato] — [Radish, 
Cincinnati market] — [Radish, Crim- 
son giant] — [Radish, Early scarlet 
white tipped] — [Radish, Early white 
turnip] — [Radish, Giant Stuttgart] — 
[Radish, Half long black Spanish] — 
[Radish, Mixed]— [Radish, White 
•China or celestial] — [Radish, White 
strasburg] — [Rhubarb] — [Spinach, 
Bloomsdale] — [Spinach, Curled leaved 
savoy or bloomsdale] — [Spinach, New 
.Zealand] — [Spinach, Viroflay] — 
[Squash, Delicious] — [Squash, Golden 
hubbard] — [Sweet corn, Aristocrat or 
early mammoth] — [Sweet corn, Ken- 
die's giant or early] — [Tomato, Dwarf 
champion] — -[Tomato, Golden queen] — 
[Tomato, Ground cherry] — [To- 
mato, Peach] — [Tomato, Red cherry] — 
[Tomato, Red pear] — [Tomato, Yellow 
plum] — [Turnip, Cow horn] — [Tur- 
nip, Golden ball or orange jelly] — 
[Turnip, Seven top] — [Turnip, Sweet 
German] — [Turnip, Yellow globe] — 
[Turnip, Yellow Swede] — [Vegetable 
marrow] — [Water cress] — [Water- 



melon, Dixie] — [Watermelon, Florida 
favorite] — [Watermelon, Golden 
honey] — [Watermelon, Kolb's gem] — 
[Watermelon, Mountain sweet] — 
[Watermelon, Sweet heart] © Feb. 
1, 1923; 2 c. each May 7, 1923; K 
174920-174982, 174984-175026. 

Stein (Marcia) New York. 

10304-10314 
Chekhova (Olga Knipper) A, B. © 
Feb. 28, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 15; J 
260657, 260658. 

Gest (Morris) A-C. © Mar. 12, 
1923; 2 c. each Mar. 15; J 260661- 
260663. 

Katchaloff (Vasily Ivanovitch) A. B. 
© Feb. 16, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 15; 
J 260659, 260660. 

Korenieva (Lydia) A, B. © Mar. 
12, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; J 260671, 260672. 

Moskvin (Ivan) A. © Feb. 28, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 15 ; J 260664. 

Wischnevsky (Alexander) © Feb. 
28, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; J 260670. 

Stein & Blaine, New York. 

10315, 10316 
Perfection; by E. M. A. Steinmetz. 
© Feb. 28, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 27; K 
173744. 

Springtime; by E. M. A. Steinmetz. 
© Mar. 31, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 13; K 
174197. 

Steinau (Leslie S.) New York. 

10319-10320 

[4 photographs] : 

Blanche, 3.— Charlotte, 2.— Gladys, 
1.— Miriam, 4. © May 1, 1923; 2 c. 
each May 18 ; J 261666-261669. 

Steman (Louis) Cincinnati. 10321 
Lyon (Dorothy Moore) © 1 c. Apr. 
17, 1923 ; J 261255. 

Stephenson studio, Atlanta. 

10322, 10323 
Richardson (Mrs. Alonza) A, B. © 
May 1, 1923 ; 2 c. each May 5 ; J 261531, 
261532. 

Stockellburg (Arthur A.) Allston. 
Mass. 10324 

Pup circuit. © Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 21 ; I 7842. 

Stockellbury (Arthur A.) Boston. 

10325 
Flewelling circuit [Blueprint] © 
Feb. 24, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; I 7793. 



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Stockton chamber of commerce, 

Stockton, Calif. 10326 

San Joaquin, the top county [etc] 

© Sept. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. May 18, 1923 ; K 

175310. 

Stone (Dick) Gillette, Wy. 10327 

Wyoming bob cat. © May 9, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 21; J 261678. 

Stoner (Winifred Sackville) New 
York. 10328 

Joyize. © Mar. 21, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 
22 ; K 173580. 

Strait (M. E.) Washington. 10329 

Park your camel with Uncle Sam'l 
[etc] © Apr. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. May 19 ; 
K 175330. 

Strange (James W.) Chicago 10330 
Silvertone cat whiskers. © June 11, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 14 ; K 175906. 

Strauss (J. C.) St. Louis. 

10331, 10332 
Havens (Raymond M.) A, B. © 
Apr. 27, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 30; J 
261483, 261484. 

Strohmeyer (H. A.) New York. 

10333-10338 

Dogwood in blossom. © May 25, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 29 ; J 261902. 

Mendahm church. © May 25, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 29 ; J 261903. 

Silzer (Gov.) Mr. and Mrs. R. L. 
Benson, with Langwater Cleopatra, 
1-3. © June 15, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 
18 ; J 262386-262388. 

We are coming. © Mar. 29, 1923; 
2 c. Mar. 31 ; J 260789. 

Strong (Charles Oliver) Davenport, 

la. 10339 

Wonders of chiropractic. The tune 

of health. © Apr. 18, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 

23 ; K 174441. 

Swanger (John Daniel) Milton, Pa. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 10340-10346 

Bucknell university, 1, 2. — Bucknell 
university to the left. — General view. — 
Market st. © Apr. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Apr. 6 ; J 261089-261093. 

Lewisburg, Pa.. 3. © Apr. 14, 1923; 
2 c. Apr. 23 ; J 261338. 

Susquehanna River and Penn- 
sylvania r. r. bridge. © Apr. 14, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 23 ; J 261337. 

Sweeney, Foster construction co., 
New York. 10347 

Belmont. © Apr. 21, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 
24 ; I 7899. 



10383 

Swingle (Charles M.) Cleveland. 

10348 
O Lucifer, son of the morning. © 
May 1, 1923 ; 2 c. May 5 ; K 174870. 

Swinnerton (James) Palo Alto, Calif . 

10349, 10350 

Kiddies of the canyon country. (In 

Good housekeeping, Apr., 1923) © 

Mar. 20, 1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 26 ; K 173704. 

■ (In Good housekeeping, May, 

1923) © Apr. 20, 1923; 1 c. Apr. 23; 
K 175029. 

Syracuse American newspaper corp., 
Syracuse, N. Y. 10351 

Curley (Bishop-elect Daniel J.) in 
his Episcopal robes, first picture. © 
Mar. 25, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 27 ; K 173816. 



Syracuse ornamental 
N. Y. 



co., Syracuse, 
10352-10377 



[26 prints] : 

Early American in the Duncan 
Phyfe style, plates 280-282.— Knobs, 
plate E 60, E 61.— Knobs and back 
plates, plates, plate E 54-E 59. — Pearl 
inlaid knobs, plate E 62. — Period carv- 
ings, plate 285-287, 289-296.— Period 
carvings in the Adam and hepplewhite 
styles, plates 283, 284. — Period carv- 
ings in the Louis XVI style, plate 288. 
© Apr. 16, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 19; 
K 174313-174338. 

Taber Prang art co., Springfield, Mass. 

10378 
Declaration of Independence fac- 
simile. © Mar. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 8 ; 
K 173529. 

Tacoma lumbermen's club, Seattle. 

10379 
Tacoma, Wash., lumber capital of 
America. © Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 
2 ; K 173878. 

Tai Sing Loo, Pearl Harbor. Hawaii. 

10380-103S3 

Kamehameha (Statue). Receiving 

the law of Kamehameha. © June 12, 

1923 ; 2 c. June 23 ; J 262443. 

Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Ford Island, 
naval air station. © Mar. 24. 1923; 
2 c. May 3 ; J 261527. 

-Athletic club football team, 

champions of Hawaii. 1922 \e^c] © 
Mar. 31, 1923: 2 c. May 3: J 261525. 

Sunrise in Hawaii. Marines. © 
Apr. 2, 1923; 2 c. May 3; J 261520. 



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10384 



pt. iv, n. s., v. IS 



Tailoring arts pub. co., New York. 

10384-10391 

Brunei* guaranteed woolens, T 312, 
T 313. © June 1, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 
9; K 175885, 175886. 

[6 prints] 

Detmer woolens, four button Chester 
overcoat, T 310. — Ethel, ladies tailored 
dress, T 311. — Detmer woolens, Gloria, 
ladies sport coat, T 306. — Three button 
double breasted ulster, T 307. — Detmer 
woolens, one button cutaway frock, 
T 308. — Pauline, ladies tailored dress, 
T 309. — Detmer woolens, three button 
double breasted sack suit, T 304. — 
Three button lounge sack suit, T 305. — 
Well tailored man asks for the gen- 
uine S. & W. woolens. T 318, T 319.— 
Well tailored man asks for the gen- 
uine S. & W. woolens, T 320. © June 
1, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 8 ; K 175785- 
175790. 

Taylor instrument cos., Rochester, 
N. Y. 10392-10396 

Tycos recording thermometer, 
chart, 143. © Mar. 23, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 27 ; I 7815. 

731. © Mar. 29, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 

5 ; I 7832. 

732. © May 12, 1923 ; 2 c. May 

16 ; I 7946. 

1018. © Mar. 12, 1923; 2 c. 

Mar. 16 ; I 7780. 

2134. 2309. © May 17, 1923; 

2 c. May 21 ; I 7968, 7967. 

Tebbs (Robt. W.) and Knell 
(Charles E.) New York. 

10397-10406 

Boston, Mass., First Church of 
Christ scientist: 

Center and side balconies through 
arch. — Center balcony detail through 
the arch. — Detail of the organ and 
readers desk. — Entrance and checking 
room. — Interior, general view. — In- 
terior of the original. — Octagonal 
stairway. — Organ and readers desk, 
general view from balcony. — Sunday 
school room. — Transcept with organ 
and readers desk, general view. © 
June 1. 1923; 2 c. each May 7; J 
261944-261953. 

Tee pub. co., Washington. 10407 

American constellation. © May 19, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 19 ; K 175350. 

Tenschert & Flack, Washington. 

10408 
Washington, D. C, U. S. Capitol and 
Congressional library. © July 15. 
1922 ; 2 c. Mar. 20, 1923 ; J 260619. 



Thomas (Carl) Madison, Wis. 

10409 
Madison, Wis., Wisconsin state capi- 
tol at night. © May 9, 1923 ; 2 c. June 
11 ; J 262310. 

Thomsen (John H.) Omaha, Neb. 

10410-10415 

[6 photographs] 

Front cross bar with brace leg hold- 
ers, back cross bar, left side rod with 
brace, hand straps, foot strap, head 
strap for bed. — Nesmoht portable ob- 
stetrical table. — Table ready for 
walcher position. — Nesmoht portable 
obstetr : cal table, left corner assem- 
bly. — Stork model, Nesmoht portable 
obstetrical table. — Stork model, under- 
neath view showing method of assem- 
bly. — Stork model, 28 inch canvas golf 
bag cover. © 1 c. each Apr. 2, 1923 ; 
J 260802-260807. 

Thompson (Norman Robert) Toledo, 
O. 10416, 10417 

[Electrical wind mill dynamo and 
tower] © 1 c. May 24, 1923 ; I 8067. 

[Folding extra seat for electrical 
and interurban cars] © 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1923 ; I 7902. 

Thompson (W. H.) Omaha, Neb. 

10418 

Football strategy map. [Blueprint] 

© May 14, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; I 7974. 

Tilton (Edward Glen) Stanford 

univ., Calif. 10419 

Stanford univ., 100 yd. dash, Apr. 1, 

1923. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1923 ; J 26119,1. 

Times-dispatch pub. co., inc., Rich- 
mond. , 10420 
Pierce (Rev. E. S.) © June 6, 

1923 ; 1 c. June 8 ; K 175971. 

Tin decorating co. of Baltimore, Bal- 
timore. 10421-10424 

[Peter Rabbit] : 

[Alphabet] — [Auto party] — [Picnic] 
© Mar. 12, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 22; 
K 173599-173601. 

Peter Rabbit himself, Mrs. Peter 
Rabbit, baby, Teddy and Caleb. © 
Mar. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; K 173760. 

Tingley (Katherine) Point Loma, 

Calif. . 10425, 10426 

Raja Yoga academy from the east, 

3065. © Apr. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 23; 

J 261336. 

Tingley (Katherine) © 1 c. Mar. 
28, 1923; J 260770. 



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no. 2, 1923 

Titman (Lewis G.) Montrose, Pa. 

10427-10430 
Nicholson, Pa., Tunkhannock via- 
duct and Lackawanna trail, 101. © 
May 8, 1923 ; 2 c. May 9 ; J 261743. 

102-104. © June 15, 1923 ; 2 c. 

June 16 ; J 262378-262380. 

Toepfer (Albert F) Milwaukee. 

10431-10433 
Garden homes, located between Mil- 
waukee, Wis., and North Milwaukee, 
Wis., aerial view. © Sept. 1, 1922; 
2 c. May 31, 1923 ; J 261905. 

Milwaukee, Wis., downtown section, 
aerial view. © May 1, 1923 ; 2 c. May 
31; J 261907. 

lake front, aerial view. © May 

I, 1923 ; 2 c. May 31 ; J 261906. 

Tolton (Dolphus M. ) Pomona, Calif. 

10434 
Hi-way cabin. © Apr. 1, 1923; 2 
c. Apr. 13; K 174198. 

Tonge art co., Los Angeles. 10435 

[Canyon gateway; by F. Grayson 
Sayre] © Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 5; 
K 173976. 

Toops (Herbert Anderson) New 
York. 10436 

Kelley trial and error partial re- 
gression method sheet, 1. © June 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 20 ; I 8093. 

Towne (Paul Davis) Fortuna, Calif. 

10437 
Upper blue slide bridge, on the For- 
tuna, Red Bluff route, Humboldt Co., 
Calif. © Mar. 21, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; 
J 261096. 

Trifyllis (Demetrius) Chicago. 

10438 
Chaliapin (Feodore) © 1 c. Jan. 

II, 1923; J 260787. 

Trinity court studio, Pittsburgh. 

10439-10442 

[4 photographs] : 

Barker (Dr. Percival H.) — 
Schmertz (Mrs. Ralph Darsie) A. B. — 
Schmertz (Mrs. Ralph Darsie) and 
bridal party. © 1 c. each June 6, 
1923; J 262250-262253. 

Tripp (Harold James) Bridgeport, 
Conn. 10443 

Thoroughbred rate calculator. © 1 
c. May 31, 1923; I 8078. 



10484 

Tri-State American, Memphis, Tenn. 
10444-10451 

Better relations between capital and 
labor. © May 2, 1923 ; 1 c. June 11 ; 
K 175847. 

Much needed local reforms. © May 
23, 1923 ; 1 c. June 11 ; K 175848. 

No more race suicide. © Apr. 18, 
1923 ; 1 c. May 7 ; K 174874. 

Public servants serve privately. © 
Apr. 25, 1923 ; 1 c. May 7 ; K 174876. 

Return of the pilgrims. © Apr. 11, 
1923; 1 c. May 7; K 174875. 

Separation of church and state. © 
May 30, 1923 ; 1 c. June 11 ; K 175849. 

Standing guard. © Apr. 4, 1923; 

1 c. May 7 ; K 175751. 

Upholding the constitution of the 
United States. © June 6, 1923; 1 c. 
June 11 ; K 175850. 

Tri-stone, pictures, inc., New York. 

10452-10484 

Caught in a cabaret: 

Bring your wife or your sweetheart 
[etc] — Chaplin as a hero and a 
bouncer is a scream. — One of the key- 
stone comedies that made Charles 
Chaplin famous. — One reason you 
have fun seeing this picture is the fun 
Chaplin had making it. — With Charles 
Chaplin. — You owe the children a look 
at this picture [etc] © 1 c. Apr. 18, 
1923; 2 c. each Apr. 19; K 174339- 
174342, 174345, 174346. 

Caught in a cabaret. Funny always 
[etc] © Apr. 14, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 19; 
K 174343. 

Caught in a cabaret. If you have 
seen it, you will want to see it again 
[etc] © Apr. 14, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 19; 
K 174344. 

with Charles Chaplin. © Apr. 

27, 1923 ; 2 c. May 5 ; J 261535. 

[1 sheet poster] © Apr. 

16, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 16 ; K 174262. 

[3 sheet poster] © Apr. 

16, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 16 ; K 174263. 

Dough and dynamite, Charles Chap- 
lin in. © Apr. 27, 1923 ; 1 c. May 5 ; 1 
c. May 11 ; J 261536. 

[Dough and dynamite, Charles Chap- 
lin in] : 

Don't be embarrassed if you laugh 
out loud [etc] — Forget your troubles 
for half an hour [etc] — If you are 
ashamed to laugh yourself [etc] — One 
of the Keystone comedies [etc] — This 
is a Keystone comedy [etc] — [Title 
card] — Yes, Sid Chaplain [etc] — You 
want to laugh [etc] © Apr. 3, 1923; 

2 c. each Apr. 6 ; K 174011-174018. 



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10485 



pt. iv, n. s., v. IS 



Tri-stone pictures, inc. — Continued. 

Dough and dynamite [Charles Chap- 
lin in. 1 sheet poster] © Apr. 3, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; K 174517. 

[3 sheet poster] © Apr. 



3, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; K 174019. 

His trysting places, with Charles 
Chaplin and Mabel Normand. © May 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. May 18 ; J 261663. 

His trysting places, with Charles 
Chaplin and Mabel Normand: 

Any port in a storm [etc] — Doubled 
up [etc] — Give the child a gun and 
take it easy. — Hard luck [etc] — His 
trysting places, with Charles Chaplin 
and Mabel Normand. — Try bringing up 
your children this way. — Unfaithful 
husband [etc] — Right thing in the 
wrong place [etc] — [1 sheet poster] — 
[3 sheet poster] © May 10, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each May 10 ; K 175096-175105. 

Tuck (Raphael) & sons, ltd., London. 
10485-10511 

Barkis is willin' ; by Harold Copping. 
© Nov. 9, 1921 ; 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923 ; K 
173559. 

Edinburgh castle ; by W. Renison. 
© June 8, 1923; 1 c. June 19; K 
176094. 

[Floreat etona ; Chloe Preston] © 
June 1, 1923 ; 1 c. May 5 ; K 176183. 

Rye, Sussex, gateway; by W. Reni- 
son. © June 8, 1923 ; 1 c. June 19 ; K 
176095. 

Sun-kissed maiden; by M. Malatier. 
© May 11, 1923; 1 c. May 28; K 
175439. 

Two wellers ; by Harold Copping. © 
Nov. 9, 1921; 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923; K 
173560. 

When the poppies are awake; by S. 
Shelton. © Apr. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1923 ; K 173568. 

When the woodland bluebells blos- 
som ; by S. Shelton. © Apr. 3, 1919; 
1 c. Mar. 21, 1923 ; K 173569. 

[19 prints] : 

Baptistry of Canterbury cathedral ; 
by Mclan Carter. — Ben Venue from 
Loch Achray, the Trossachs ; by A. De 
Breanski. — Chapel of St. Louis, Lyons 
cathedral ; by E. Sharland. — [Constant 
lover ; by Jennie Harbour] — Corfe 
castle; by E. Sharland. — Early morn- 
ing, Lock Katrine, the Trossachs; by 
A. De Breanski. — [Gather ye rosebuds 
while ye may, etc ; by Jennie Har- 
bour] — [Going to ye danse ; by Jennie 
Harbour] — Great Marlow on the 
Thames; by A. De Breanski. — Henley 



on the Thames; by A. De Breanski. — 
Knox's (John) house; by W. Reni- 
son. — [Return from ye danse; by Jen- 
nie Harbour. — Rio Pinnelli ; by Cyril 
H. Barraud. — [Rivals ; by Jennie Har- 
bour] — Rouen, France, maison Jeanne 
d'Arc ; by W. Renison. — Street in 
Venice; by Cyril H. Barraud. — [Sweet, 
be not proud of those two eyes [etc] ; 
by Jennie Harbour. — Third load; by 
Alfred R. Blundell.— Woodman's 
house; by Wilfred C. Applebey. © 
Mar. 8, 1923; 1 c. each Mar. 21; K 
173550-173558, 173561-173567, 173570- 
173572. 

Tucker (Eugene) Cherrydale, Va. 

10512 

I pray the prayer the Easterners do. 

© May 1, 1923 ; 2 c. May 9 ; J 261576. 

Tum-Suden (Henry N.) Oakland, 

Calif. 10513 

In Strawberry Canyon, university of 

California. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1923; J 

261739. 

UnderhiLl (Irving) New York. 

10514-10518 

New Jersey title guarantee & trust 
co., Bergen branch bldg., C 15949. © 
Apr. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; J 260971. 

New York (City) skyscrapers from 
Ellis Island, C 16104. © June 6, 1923 ; 
2 c. June 6; J 262254. 

from southwest, C 16105, C 

16106. © June 6, 1923; 2 c. June 6; 
J 262255, 262256. 

West and Vesey st. bldgs., C. 

16000. © May 10, 1923 ; 2 c. May 10 ; 
J 261966. 

Underwood (C. H.) Klamath Falls, 

Or. 10519, 10520 

Crater Lake, Or., A, B. © Jan. 26, 

1923; 2 c. each Feb. 2; J 260587, 

260588. 

Underwoods pharmacy, Klamath 

Falls, Or. 10521-10523 

Crater Lake, Or., C-E. © June 7, 

1923; 2 c. each June 13; J 262323- 

262325. 

Union fibre co., inc., Winona, Minn. 

10524 
Curves of comparative humidity ca- 
pacity of gypsum tile and insulated 
flat cement tile roofs. © June 1, 1923 ; 
2 c. June 4; I 8118. 

Union Pacific r. r, co., Omaha, Neb. 

10525 
Old Faithful Geyser. © Apr. 3, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; J 261293. 



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no. 2, 1923 



10561 



Union petroleum co., Philadelphia. 

10526, 10527 

Carte service. (In National petro- 
leum news, Feb. 14, 1923) © Jan. 20, 
1923 ; 1 c. Mar. 17 ; K 173546. 

World wide distribution. (In Na- 
tional petroleum news, Feb. 28, 1923) 
© Jan. 28. 1923; 1 c. Mar. 17; K 
173547, 

U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY, DEPT. OF 

drawing, West Point, N. Y. 

10528-10531 
West Point, N. Y., U. S. military, 
academy, mosaic 1-4. © Apr. 24, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 25 ; J 261549-261552. 

U. S. ptg. & litho. co., New York. 

10532-10534 

Amsterdam, Holland, flower market ; 
by P. Van Vreeland, 631. © Mar. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; K 173666. 

Playmates ; by Franz Charlet, 588. 
© Mar. 20, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 23; K 
173664. 

Trout stream ; by F. DeHaven, 587. 
© Mar. 20, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 23; K 
173665. 

U. S. supply stores co., Pittsburgh. 

10535 
Pittsburgh's army and navy depart- 
ment store. © May 27, 1923; 2 c. 
June 14; K 175960. 

Van de Grift (W. K.} Fort Wayne, 
Ind. 10536 

God bless Moosehart. © May 8, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 10 ; J 261843. 

Vandergriff (Joe R.) and McRey- 
nolds (Lloyd L.) Fort Worth, 
Tex. 10537 

Anatomical chart of the nervous sys- 
tem and muscles of the human body. 
© Mar. 20, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; I 7814. 

Van Wagenen (Marvin James) Min- 
neapolis. 10538-10541 

Class record card, B. © Apr. 6, 
1923; 2 c. June 9; I 8081. 

Individual class record card. C. © 
Apr. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. June 9 ; I 8080. 

Individual record card, B. © Apr. 

6, 1923 ; 2 c. May 14 ; I 8079. 

Van Wagenen age and quotient 
chart. © Apr. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. May 14 ; 
8082. 

Victor talking machine co., Camden, 
N. J. 10542-10544 

Af ricana. © May 8, 1923 ; 2 c. May 
10; K 175111. 

Paderewski (Ignace Jan) © Apr. 

7, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; K 174103. 



Schipa (Tito) © June 7, 1923; 2 c. 
June 8 ; K 175809. 

Vincent (Ernest Peter) New York. 

10545-10548 
Architectural direct intersection of 
an avenue and street. © Apr. 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; I 7917. 

Architectural illustration of a trusty 
build house. © Apr. 28, 1923; 2 c. 
May 31 ; I 7933. 

Scientific solution of an liquid air- 
electricify compound power plant. © 
Apr. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; I 7941. 

Technique solution of an all steel 
helix-longitually flying ship. © Apr. 
26, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; I 7942. 

Vitagraph co., inc., Brooklyn. 

10549-10556 

Detective, Jimmy Aubrey in. © 

Mar. 28, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 30 ; J 260786. 

Man next door, A, B. © May 5,. 
1923; 2 c. each May 5; J 261533, 
261534. 

Masters of men, scene 1, 2. © Mar.. 
20, 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 4 ; J 260972, 
260973. 

Midnight cabaret, Larry Semon in. 
© Mar. 28, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; J 
260785. 

Playing it wild, William Duncan 
and Edith Johnson in. © Apr. 11, 
1923; 1 c. Apr. 12 ; 1 c. Apr. 27; J 
261398. 

Playing it wild, William Duncan and 
Edith Johnson in, scene A. © April 
11, 1823; 1 c. Apr. 12 ; 1 c. Apr. 27; 
J 261448. 

Vitagraph co. of America, Brooklyn. 
10557, 10558 
Masters of men. © Apr. 2, 1923; 
2 c. Apr. 19 ; K 174361. 

[24 sheet poster] © Apr. 2, 

1923; 2 c. Apr. 19; K 174362. 

Vogel (Vern V.) Seattle, Wash. 

10559 
Injured innocence. © Mar. 1, 1923 : 
2 c. Apr. 2 ; J 260808. 

Vogt (John Leonard) Grosse Pointer. 
Mich. 10560 

Cheese and Pretzel. © Jan. 28, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 15 ; K 175961. 

Vongerichten (C.) St. Louis. 10561 
Baby basket. © 1 c. Apr. 24. 1023 : 
J 261553. 



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10562 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Voorhees (Gardner Tufts) New 
York. 10562 

[Voorhees' (Gardner Tufts) heat 

work method.] © 1 c\ Apr. 30, 1923; 

1 7921. 

Vorhurgh (Martin H ) Osage, la. 

10563 
Madonna and child. © Apr. 21, 
1923; 2 c. Apr. 23; J 261357. 

Yreeland (Frederick K.) New York. 
10564, 10565 
Mountain caribou, 1. 2. © 1 c. each 
May 21, 1923; J 261679, 261680. 

Wade (John) New York. 10566-10568 
Motor coach, A-C. © May 29, 1923 ; 

2 c. each June 1 ; J 261934-261936. 

Wadsworth (George R.) New York. 

10569, 10570 
Automotive industry, analysis of 
growth through period of expansion 
[etc] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923 ; I 7781. 

class and list price analysis of 

leading models [etc] © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1923 ; I 7809. 

Waer (Charles A.) Whittier, Calif. 

10571 
Bell 17 out law gas well on Apr. 1, 
1923. © Apr. 4, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 18; 
J 261259. 

Walker (Robert C.) Washington. 

10572 
Four aoartment flat, project F-132-4. 
[Blueprint] © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1923; 
I 7699. 

Walraven bros., inc., Dallas. 

10573-10578 
Walraven service blotter. © Apr. 

4, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 9; K 174679. 

[5 prints] : 

Civilization begins with the plow. — 
Independence day. — Labor day. — Make 
your farm a money factory. — Memo- 
rial day. © May 14. 1923; 2 c. each 
May 19 ; K 175344-175348. 

Waltz (Ira Boyd) Akron, O. 10579 
[Automatic regenerative circuit. 
Blueprint] © 1 c. May 10, 1923; I 
7928. 

Ward baking co., New York. 

10580, 10581 

After study, here's your buddy. © 

Mar. 13, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 15 ; K 173467. 

Ward's fairy sponge cake. © Apr. 

5, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; K 174042. 



Warmbrodt (Wilson Mantor) Ft. 
Dodge, la. 10582 

Sothern (Sara) © Apr. 2, 1923; 2 
c. May 28 ; J 261880. 

Warner (H. M.) Seattle. 10583,10584 
H. F. Alexander (S. S.) steaming 

out of Seattle Harbor, first trip after 

accident. © Sept. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. Apr. 

30, 1923 ; J 261482. 

Rainer (Mt.) Wash., from Seattle. 

© Apr. 19, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 30; J 

261481. 

Warren (J. D.) mfg. co., Chicago. 

10585 
Warren standard central station 
salesroom fixtures. © June 2, 1923; 
2 c. June 18 ; K 175992. 

Wass (Samuel W.) Rock Springs, Wy. 

10586 
[Rural social service] © 1 c. Apr. 
14, 1923 ; I 7884. 

Waterman (L. E.) co., New York. 

10587 
Your hand. © June 18, 1923; 2 c. 
June 20; K 176090. 

Waters (R. J.) San Francisco. 

10588-10590 

[3 photographs] : 

Cloud forms, San Francisco Bay. — ■ 
San Francisco, Calif., along the water- 
front. — San Francisco, Calif., union 
ferry depot. © May 15, 1923; 2 c. 
each May 14 ; J 261641-261643. 

Wechsler, Barber silk co., inc., New 
York. 10591 

Goddess of silk. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1923 ; J 260739. 

Weiss (Feri Felix) Silver Lake, Mass. 

10592 
Detectograph, scientific tools. © 1 c. 
May 28, 1923 ; I 8015. 

Welch (George F.) co., Scituate, Mass. 

10593 
Welch (George F.) co. [plant] © 
Jan. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. May 19 ; K 175337. 

Wells (Mildred Estelle) Meridian, 
Id. 10594 

Boise, Id., Idaho state capitol. © 
1 c. Apr. 13, 1923 ; J 261230. 

Wentworth (Bertrand H.) Gardiner, 
Me. 10595-10605 

[11 photographs] : 

Bigelow, 0938. — Bright and early, 
0932.— Clearing at eventide, 0928.— In 
the north woods, 0940. — Little White 
Head, 0918. — Lobster Cove Point, 
0924.— Looking for mackerel, 0915. — 



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no. 2, 1923 



10641 



Norway pines, 0939. — Triscott's Gully, 
0936. — Washerwoman, 0923. — Woods 
opening, 0969. © June 14, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each June 19 ; J 262415-262425. 

Wernig baking co., Minneapolis. 

10606, 10607 
Graham (Sylvester) physician and 
dietician, creator of Graham bread. © 
May 4, 1923 ; 1 c. May 7 ; K 174882. 

Where several breads are on the 
table notice the preference for rye 
bread. © Apr. 27, 1923 ; 1 c. Apr. 30 ; 
K 174646. 

Western electric co., New York. 

10608-10626 
Beresford (Harry) the Old Soak, 
listening in to debate on prohibition 
question at Plymouth theatre, New 
York city, A, B. © Apr. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each Apr. 21 ; J 261296, 261297. 

Bill gets electric help to give his 
wife the air. © Apr. 17, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 21 ; K 174400. 

DuBois (Charles G.) president, H. 
F. Albright, vice president, Philip L. 
Thomson, publicity manager, Western 
electric co., aboard the S. S. Acquita- 
nia, A-C. © Mar. 24, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Mar. 27; J 260753-260755. 

Fraser (W. A.) sovereign com- 
mander, Woodmen of the World, broad- 
casting from Radio station, W. O. A. 
W., Omaha. © Mar. 28, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 12 ; J 261166. 

Johnson (J. B.) demonstrating cath- 
ode ray oscillograph. © Mar. 22, 1923 ; 
2 c. Mar. 24 ; J 260742. 

■cathode ray oscillograph. © 

Mar. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; J 260741. 

Man holding snake. © Mar. 20, 
1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; J 260744. 

Omaha, Neb., Woodmen of the world 
bldg. © Mar. 28, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; 
J 261167. 

Park (Warden John J.) of N. J. 
state fish and game commission listen- 
ing in, Whitehouse, N. J. © Apr. 25, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; J 261400. 

Slaughter (Col. N. H.) L. M. Clem- 
ent and A. S. Santos on the return 
trip to New York from Deal Beach, 
N. J. © Apr. 11, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; 
J 261165. 

Snake farm. © Mar. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 24; J 260743. 

Thomson (Philip L.) publicity man- 
ager, Western electric co., aboard S. S. 
Acquitania, New York city. © Mar. 
24, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 27 ; J 260756. 



Van Fleet (Atlee) listening in to 
bedtime stories, Whitehouse station, 
N. J. © Mar. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; 
J 260641. 

[3 photographs] : 

Gross (Morty) using W. E. head set 
to listen in on Man in the moon stories, 
Ritz apts., Newark, N. J. — Kraster 
(Chas.) in the wireless room, Ritz 
apts., Newark, N. J. — McNeery (Wm.) 
radio editor, Newark Sunday call, 
David O'Brien of W. E. co., in radio 
room of Ritz apts., Newark, N. J. © 
Mar. 19, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 20; J 
260620-260622. 

Western features, Omaha, Neb. 

10627 
Lifeboat in surf. © Apr. 2, 1923; 
2 c. Apr. 4 ; J 260970. 

Western precipitation co., Los An- 
geles. 10628-10631 

United verde copper co. Crusher 
plant precipitator [etc. 4 sheets, blue- 
prints] © 1 c. May 15, 1923 ; I 8031. 

[3 drawings] : 

Edison portland cement co. Pro- 
posed precipitator installation. [2 
sheets, blueprints] — Patentaktiebolaget 
jungers, kalicement. General arrange- 
ment of precipitator. [3 sheets, blue- 
prints] — Standard precipitator type 
PI, general arrangement of precipita- 
tor. [4 sheets, blueprints] © 1 c. 
each May 14, 1923 ; I 8029, 8030, 8032. 

Western tablet & stationery co., St. 
Joseph, Mo. 10632, 10633 

Downs the rest pencil tablet. © 
Jan. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 22 ; K 173667. 

Listen to this [etc] © Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
2 c. Mar. 22 ; K 173668. 

Westinghouse air brake co. Wilmer- 
ding, Pa. 10634 

[Cupid policeman] © Jan. 1, 1923 ; 
2 c. Apr. 18; K 174294. 

Westinghouse lamp co., New York. 

10635-10637 

Carry spare lamps, just burnt out is 
no excuse. © Aug. 9, 1922 ; 2 c. June 
S, 1923 ; K 175784. 

Mazda girl. © Apr. 5, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 16; K 174256. 

Washington, D. C, the road to 
Mecca. © 1 c. June 11, 1923 ; J 262307. 

White (Eola W.) Kansas City, Mo. 

1063S-10641 

Birmingham (George M.) A-C. © 
July 12, 1922 ; 2 c. each Apr. 13, 1923 ; 
J 261231-261233. 

D. © July 12, 1922 ; 2 c. Apr. 

28, 1923 ; J 261514. 



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10642 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



White (Lloyd) Washington. 10642 
Taking baby's picture. © Apr. 12, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; J 261192. 

Whitney (Helen Reed) Moylan, Pa. 
10643-10654 

[12 prints] : 

August finds the world at play 
[etc] — February's child brings hope of 
spring [etc] — Harvest of the year is 
piled [etc] — How lovely to be born in 
May [etc] — June roses greet thy birth- 
day fair [etc] — May his angels havf 
charge of thee [etc] — O child of March 
so blithe and gay [etc] — O happy 
July's child shall be [etc] — Septem- 
ber's child must always say [etc] — 
You make November skies less drear 
[etc] — Your birthday comes in Janu- 
ary [etc] — Your birthday comes with 
April showers [etc] © May 16, 1923 ; 
2 c. each May 19 ; K 176163-176174. 

Wigels worth (John Walter ) Chi- 
cago. 10655, 10656 
[Pathoreflexograph, 1, 2] © Oct. 30, 
1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 20, 1923 ; I 7549, 
7550. 

Willard (Stephen H.) Palm Springs, 
Calif. 10657-10664 

Desert palms. © Apr. 17, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 23 ; J 261355. 

Home of the winds. © May 24, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 31 ; J 261933. 

In the canyon of five hundred palms. 
© Mar. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 10 ; J 260777. 

Palms on the hilltop. © Apr. 17, 
1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 23 ; J 261356. 

Silence and desolation. © May 24, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 31 ; J 261932. 

[3 photographs] : 

Canyon pool. — In palm canyon. — 
Lone palm. © May 1, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
May 7 ; J 261544-261546. 

Williams (J. B.) co., Glastonbury, 
Conn. 10665 

Note the smooth skin of the man 
who uses William's shaving cream. [6 
sheet poster] © Mar. 7, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 9; K 173387. 

Williams (J. J.) Honolulu. 

10666-10671 

[6 photographs] : 

Moonlight on the peninsular. — Off 
Oahu. — Old Waikiki by moonlight. — 
Pali by moonlight. — Ricefields by 
moonlight. — Twin palms by moonlight. 
© Mar. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 12 ; J 
260581-260586. 



Williams (Roger D.) Des Moines, la. 

10672 

Storm. © Mar. 18, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 
27 ; J 261399. 

Williams studio, Honolulu. 

10673-10707 

Coca palms by moonlight. © Mar. 
1, 1923 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; J 261207. 

Hilo, Hawaii, coca palms by moon- 
light. © Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 12; 
J 261202. 

[16 photographs] : 

Banonana grove by moonlight. — 
Beach by moonlight. — Coca grove, 
Puna. — Coca palms, Kalakana ave., 
by moonlight. — Diamond Head from 
outtrigger club by moonlight. — Dia- 
mond Head, with canoe, by moon- 
light. — Lauhala tree by moonlight. — 
Lone palms, Puna, by moonlight. — 
Moana by moonlight. — Puna coast by 
moonlight. — Rainbow Falls, Hilo, by 
moonlight. — Rice field by moonlight. — 
Twin palms, Puna, by moonlight. — 
Waialua palms. — Waikiki from sea- 
side. — Waikiki palms. © Apr. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 12 ; J 261200, 
261201, 261203-261206, 261208-261217. 

[17 photographs] : 

Coca Island. — Coca Island with na- 
tive fisherman. — Coca palm reflec- 
tion. — Coca palms and fish pond. — Fish- 
erman's hut. — Halemanman (Volca- 
no) — Monalow Valley. — Moonlight, 
Pearl City rice fields. — Old Waikiki. — 
On road to Schoffield. — Onemea cave. — 
Peninsular palms, 1, 2. — Ponciania. — 
Punchbowl from old Waikiki. — Typical 
Hawaiian view. — Volcano. © Apr. 10, 
1923; 2 c. each Apr. 24; J 261364- 
261380. 

Willis (Russell H.) co., New York. 

10708-10719 

[Blankets folder] © Mar. 27, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 31 ; K 175541. 

[Furniture folder] © Feb. 23, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 31 ; K 175535. 

[Rugs folder] © Feb. 23, 1923; 2 
c. May 31 ; K 175534. 

[Vacation folder] © Mar. 27, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 31 ; K 175540. 

[4 prints] : 

[Coats folder] — [Frocks folder] — 
[Gowns folder] — [Millinery folder] 
© June 5, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 12 ; K 

175871-175874. 



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MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



no. 2, 1923 



10798 



[4 prints] : 

[Furs folder] — [Linens folder] — 
[Lingerie folder] — [Suits folder] © 
Mar. 5, 1923; 2 c. each May 31; K 
175536-3 75539. 

Wilson chemical co. Tyrone, Pa. 

10720 
Alfarata fruit. © Jan. 10, 1923; 
2 c. May 8 ; K 176085. 

Winter (Henry Francis) New York. 

10721 
Winter standard [of primary colors] 
© May 5, 1923 ; 2 c May 28 ; I 8023. 

Winter photo co., Portland, Or. 

10722-10724 
[3 photographs] : 

Cannon Beach and Haystack Rock, 

6066.— Indian Beach wave, 6059 — 

Tillamook light and Ecola Point, 6060. 

©Apr. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 17 ; J 

261250-261252. 



Winton co., Cleveland. 



10725 



Name Winton is a synonym for per- 
fection in motor cars. (In Saturday 
evening post) © Apr. 14, 1923; 1 c. 
Apr. 16 ; K 174254. 

Wise (Daniel Richard) Austin, Tex. 

10726 
Mystic triangle of time. © June 22, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 29 ; I 8128. 

Wolf (Joseph S.) St. Louis. 10727 

Premium coupon bond. © Jan. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 14 ; K 175234. 

Wolfe (P. A.) St. Augustine, Fla. 

10728 
Harding (President) ' at St. Augus- 
tine links before leaving for Augusta, 
Ga., last photo. © Mar. 31, 1923; 2 c. 
Apr. 4; J 260968. 

Woodfiell (Frank) Astoria, Or. 

10729-10750 

Astoria, Or., Astoria fire: 

Astoria natl. bank and hotel, 26. — 
Bond st. looking east, 20. — Burned dis- 
trict from the hill, 27. — Burned district 
from 9th and Commercial sts., 37. — 
Commercial st. looking east, 30. — Com- 
mercial st. looking west, 23. — Duane 
St., 39. — Elks and Astoria savings bank 
bldgs., 32.— Elks bldg., 28.— First 
natl. bank bldg., 41. — Fourteenth and 



Commercial sts., 24. — I. O. O. F. and 
Spexarth bldgs., 40. — Looking east 
from waterfront, 36. — Looking north 
from Exchange St., 21. — Looking north 
from 11th and Duane sts., 38. — Look- 
ing north from 14th and Exchange sts., 
17.— Osburn-O'Brien bldg., 29.— Pano- 
rama view. — View of burned area, 
35.— Weinhard hotel, 22.— We'nhard 
hotel and Astoria natl. bank, 25. © 
Dec. 16, 1922; 2 c each Jan. 2, 1923; 
J 261067-261087. 

Astoria, Or., Astoria fire, Dec. 8, 
1922, 1. © Dec. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1923 ; J 261066. 



Woodstock college, Woodstock, Md. 

10751 

Woodstock percentage computer. © 
May 30, 1923 ; 2 c. June 9 ; I 8070. 

Wootten-Moulton, New Bern, N. C. 

10752-10795 
[44 photographs] : 

Adventure. — Aftergow. — Anticipa- 
tions. — Arboretum, Chapel Hill, N. C. — 
Bald Mt. — Banks. — Beyond. — Breeze. — 
Cape Lookout.— Chapel Hill, N. C., 
Chapel of the Cross. — Civilization.— 
Clouds. — Dam at Ft. Bragg. — Dere- 
lict. — Drifting. — Elm st. bridge. — En- 
trance to the Boyd home. — Evening, 
A, B.— Evolution.— Fairfield (Lake) 
banks. — Fairfield (Lake) gl'mpse. — 
From Trent River bridge. — Great be- 
yond. — Guardian of the way. — Hope. — ■ 
In the grove. — Inland Waterway. — 
Little Buffalo River, A, B.— Lone 
pine. — Long leaf pine toast. — Off 
shore. — On the Neuse. — Path to the 
Chapel of the Cross. — Rufus. — Sand 
dunes. — Sea grass. — Sea oats. — Setting 
sail. — Shore off Camp Glenn. — There 
is the red bird. — Watching for the 
blue bird. — Windswept. © May 1, 
1923; 2 c. each May 21; J 261683- 
261726. 

Yarborough (Arthur) Oakland, Calif. 
10796, 10797 
Appeal. © May 5, 1923; 2 c. May 
8 ; J 261574. 

Repose. © May 5, 1923; 2 c. May 
8 ; J 261575. 

Young (A. E.) Saulte Ste. Marie, 
Mich. 1079S 

Soo, Mich., longest locks in the 
world, P 222. © Mar. 20, 1923; 2 c. 
Mar. 21 ; J 260673. 



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10799 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

pt. iv, n. s., v. 18, no. 2, 1923 



Young (John Levi) New York. 



10799 



Young, Young. © Apr. 7, 1923; 2 
e. Apr. 9; J 261097. 



Y. W. C. A. of the U. S. A. (Natl. 
board of the) New York. 

10800-10804 

[5 prints] : 

Do you walk correctly? 1. — Foot 
tracing charts, 4. — Live toes, 2. — Shoe 
that will make your walk in life 
happy and successful, 5. — Which shoe 
will you wear? 3. © May 3, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each June 2 ; K 176052-176056. 



Zimmerman (Chas.) San Diego. 

10805 
Famous T-2, and Lieuts. Kelley and 
McReady. © June 7, 1923 ; 2 c. June 
13; J 262320. 

Zink (H. F.) Chico, Calif. 

10806, 10807 

Bull riding at northern Calif, round- 
up, 840. © Apr. 24, 1923 ; 2 c. May 1 ; 
J 261486. 

Smith (Tex) on a bull at northern 
Calif, round-up, 1923, 838. © Apr. 24, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 1 ; J 261485. 

Zubick art studio, Butte, Mont. 10808 

Butte, Mont, high school, class 1923. 

© May 22, 1923 ; 2 c. May 26 ; J 261871. 



Number of entries in class H-K included in the Catalogue since Jan. 
1, 1923: 

Reproductions of works of art 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 202 one-copy entries) 655 

Photographs (including 365 one-copy entries) 3,266 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 2,180 contributions to 
periodicals and other one-copy entries) 5,530 

9,451 



190 



DESIGNS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT 
OF MARCH 4, 1909. 

[10808 



Abbey (Mary Gertrude) 1-5 

The Arthurian round table, and the 
curious fable of the Seat perilous ; by 
Edwin A. Abbey. © Mary Gertrude 
Abbey, Boston, as the widow of the 
author. R 22725, Jan. 26, 1923. 

The castle of the Grail, Galahad has 
reached his goal ; by Edwin A. Abbey. 
© Mary Gertrude Abbey, Boston, as 
the widow of the author. R 22727, 
Jan. 26, 1923. 

The child Galahad, the descendant 
by his mother, of Joseph of Arimathea, 
is visited among the nuns who bring 
him up, by a dove bearing a golden 
censer and an angel carrying the Grail ; 



by Edwin A. Abbey. © Mary Ger- 
trude Abbey, Boston, as the widow of 
the author. R 22723, Jan. 26, 1923. 

Clothed in red, he is girt for going 
forth, while the nuns bring to him 
Lancelot, who fastens on one of his 
spurs, and Bors attaches the other; 
by Edwin A. Abbey. © Mary Ger- 
trude Abbey, Boston, as the widow of 
the author. R 22724, Jan. 26, 1923. 

The knights about to go forth on 
their mission ; by Edwin A. Abbey. © 
Mary Gertrude Abbey, Boston, as the 
widow of the author. R 22726, Jan. 
26, 1923. 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4: 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF 
ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIEN- 
TIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



INCLUDING: 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1923 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1: 
No. 3 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1923 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
issued quarterly, is arranged in two alphabets of proprietors, with sub- 
alphabets of titles as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or 
other identifying reproductions deposited according to law with the appli- 
cations for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and Models 
of Designs for works of art). 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art ; Class I, 
Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; Class J, 
Photographs (except Motion pictures) ; and Class K, Prints and pictorial 
illustrations. 

Titles for Class L, Motion-picture photoplays, and Class M, Motion pic- 
tures other than photoplays, have been transferred to Part 1, Group 2, of 
the Catalogue because of their similarity to Class D, Dramatic compositions, 
and are published monthly therein as a title list. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue the copyright notice after each title is 
abbreviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows : " G," Class 
G, Works of art; " H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; " I," Class 
I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "J," 
Class J, Photographs ; and " K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations. 
" © " implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by a 
date of publication. " © 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an un- 
published work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the 
photograph or other identifying reproduction; and "2c." for 2 copies, 
followed by the date of their receipt. In the case of foreign works and 
pictorial contributions to periodicals, only 1 copy is required. 

The annual index of proprietors, portraits, and principal artists is fur- 
nished for this part in the final issue for the year. The subscription price 
for part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $0.50 a year, 
payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, by postal money 
order, express order, or New York draft. 



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The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or ar- 
ticles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from July 1, 1909, to June 30, 1920, inclusive, are 
still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be 
transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other governmental 
library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant 
prior to December 31, 1923. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
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be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be sup- 
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CLASS G. WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR 

WORKS OF ART 



Alco lettek seevice, Chicago. 10809 
Treed; by A. Allen. Cat upon limb 
of tree looking down at dog standing 
with fore-feet against trunk. © 1 c. 
Aug. 1. 1923 ; G 69193. 

Alexander (Laura Ruth) Holly- 
wood, Calif. 10810-10815 
Carmen. Model of ornamental figure 
of Spanish lady on tall circular base. 

Dutch boy. Ornamental figure of 
boy on tall circular base. 

Dutch girl. Ornamental figure of 
girl on tall circular base. 

Egyptian maiden. Model of orna- 
mental figure of Egyptian woman on 
tall circular base. 

Egyptian man. Model of ornamen- 
tal figure of Egyptian on circular base. 

Toreador. Model of ornamental 
figure of Spanish man on tall circular 
base. 

© 1 c. each June 25, 1923; G 
68892-68897. 

Allen geavel co., Memphis, Tenn. 

10816-10827 

Hambone's good road talks, 1. Jan- 
uary subject. [Drawing of negro with 
fife in right hand and bag in left, 
looking at sign on road side.] 

2. February subject; by J. P. 

Alley. [Drawing of negro riding on 
rear end of truck with feet hanging 
down] 

3. March subject ; by J. P. 

Alley. [Drawing of negro with whip 
in hand standing near mule and cart 
stuck in mud] 

4. April subject ; by J. P. Al- 
ley. [Drawing of negro pushing wheel- 
barrow loaded with jug and bag of 
meal] 

5. May subject ; by J. P. Alley. 

[Drawing of negro with basket in 
right hand, bundle in left arm and 
dog at his feet] 

6. June subject ; by J. P. Alley. 

[Drawing of negro trying to pry his 
wagon out of mud] 



7. July subject ; by J. P. Alley. 

[Drawing of negro seated in chair 
lent against house, eating piece of 
watermelon, with chickens at his feet] 

8. August subject ; by J. P. 

Alley. [Drawing of negro driving au- 
tomobile over muddy road] 

— — 9. September subject ; by J. P. 
Alley. [Drawing of negro standing 
near gravel heap with shovel in hand] 

10. October subject; by J. P. 

Alley. [Drawing of negro seated on 
bale of cotton in cart drawn by mule] 

11. November subject ; by J. P. 

Alley. [Drawing of negro walking 
down road with turkey on his back] 

12. December subject ; by J. P. 

Alley. [Drawing of negro walking 
over snow-covered field with gun on 
shoulder and rabbit in hand] 

© 1 c. each June 4, 1923 ; G 68606- 
68617. 

American medical assn., Chicago. 

10828 

Hygeia ; by Leslie Fortgrave. [Model 

of draped female figure with mixing 

bowl in hands] © 1 c. June 27. 1923 ; 

G 68903. 

American statuary & dec. co.. inc. 
Philadelphia. 10829 

Torchere ; by Ceurelius Renzetti. 
Model with base and top decorated in 
conventional design, and on shade are 
nude figures dancing. © 1 c. Julv 20, 
1923; G 69132. 

Angela (Emilio) New York. 10S30 
Fairy in the breeze. Model of figure 
of young girl sitting on motor meter. 
© 1 c. June 21, 1923 ; G 68882. 

Aronson (Louis V.) Newark. N. J. 

10831-10S33 

Caduceus emblem. [Medallion with 
cadnceus in bas-relief] © 1 c. June 
30, 1923 ; G 68937. 

Joseph (Saint) with child. Plaque 
showing St. Joseph holding Jesus on 
left arm. © 1 c. June 16, 1923; 
G 68681. 



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10834 



pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Aronson (Louis V.) — Continued. 

Lamp standard. Design of lamp 
representing Egyptian mummy case. 
©1c. June 16, 1923 ; G 68680. 

Art reproduction co., inc., New York. 

10834 

Fruit bowl. Model of bowl on low 

pedestal with candle holder at each 

side, decorated in conventional design. 

© 1 c. July 17, 1923 ; G 69010. 

Asmus-Bradley co., Chicago. 

10835-10927 

Apron, 1097; by Stanley Nantus. 

Des : gn of renaissance floral groups 

with Louis XVI bow-knot and vertical 

filling. 

■ 1098; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of five graduated diamonds form- 
ing panel with filet figures. 

Bib 1180; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of bunny playing clarinet. 

1181; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of bunny and dog with coats, 
sitting on see-saw. 

Buffet set, 1099; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Design of renaissance grape leaf 
and grapes. 

1100; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Egyptian floral vase. 

1133; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of colonial floral basket, and out- 
line frame broken with floral groups. 

1134; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of isolated empire wreaths, and 
outer frame of Louis XVI design. 

1146; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance meander frame 
embellished with floral groups. 

1147; by Stanley Nantus. DO- 
S' gn of cross-stitch oval frame with 
groups of flowers. 

1148; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Louis XIV figures in Roman 
cut work effect with mill flower stitch 
bough forming cartouche connected by 
single line frame. 

1149; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of conventional floral group with 
Vienna stitch effect. 

1150; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of two doilies and tray decorated 
with tall colonial floral baskets con- 
nected by double row frame embel- 
lished with floral figures. 

1152; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of two doilies, tray and colonial 
French knot medallion with spray 
connected by double row frame. 



1153; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of tray, two doilies and colonial 
garland. 

1084; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of conventional floral basket. 

1189; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance floral basket and 
outer frame in Louis XIV style with 
daisies. 

1190; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of tray and two doilies decorated 
with wild rose. 

1191; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Henry III square tray and two 
doilies with empire wreath in corners. 

Card table cover, 1176; by Stanley 
Nantus. Design of Louis XVI floral 
wreaths and card emblems. 

1177; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of silhouette of magician holding 
four balloons with card emblems. 

Center, 1091; by Stanley Nantus. 
Drawing of renaissance floral baskets 
connected with bead effect frame and 
bow-knots. 

1092; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of bead and bow-knot medallion 
effect with floral basket connected with 
Louis XIV lattice frame. 

Child's dress, 1183 ; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Design of meander square effect 
neck with floral motives. 

1188; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of art nouvesue eyelet medallion 
with hanging flowers. 

Child's ornat shaped apron, 1186; 
by Stanley Nantus. Design of pocket 
formed by branch of wild rose bush 
partly spread on body of apron. 

Clothes pin apron, 1185 ; by Stanley 
Nantus. Design of silhouette of China- 
man holding basket of clothes pins, 
with clothes line and garments in 
background. 

Crumber bib, 1179; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Design of sitting teddy bear be- 
fore jar of honey. 

Cushion, 1144; by Stanley Nantus. 
Des'gn of conventional floral basket. 

Curtains, 1178; by Stanley Nantus. 
Design of cherry tree in blossom with 
hanging lanterns in Japanese effect. 

Darning apron, 1184; by Stanley 
Nantus. Design of lettering in anchor 
style with French knot flowers and 
outline of spool of darning cotton and 
needle. 

Dish towel, 1155; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Design of hanging outline cups 
with alternating floral sprays. 



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10927 



1156; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of spoon and knife wound around 
with ribbon and floral sprays. 

Dresser set, 1128; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Design of Marie Antoinette 
floral basket with oval shaped outline 
frame. 

— = — 1129; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of colonial floral basket with out- 
line frame ending in meander shape. 

1142; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Louis XVI wreaths and bow- 
knots. 

1143; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of shallow colonial floral basket 
with same style sprays. 

Feeding bib, 1182; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Design of outline of three bun- 
nies in sitting, running and jumping 
positions. 

Glass towel, 1159; by Stanley Nan- 
tus, Design of water glass, sherbert 
and goblet for outline with floral 
sprays. 

■ 1160; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of anchor style embellished with 
French knot flowers and meander fig- 
ures. 

1193; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of word, Glasses, worked in Ro- 
man block style cross-stitch ornament- 
ed with three diamonds. 

Holder, 1101; by Stanley Nantus. 
Design of meander outline frame in- 
tersected with three connected dia- 
monds. 

1112; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance floral basket with 
frame of same style. 

Library scar, 1137 ; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Design of empire floral wreath 
with oak leaf shaped shadow. 

1138; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance vase with floral 
hanging bouquet for loop. 

Lunch set, 1088 ; by Stanley Nantus. 
Design of empire wreath and frame. 

1090; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance column effect. 

Luncheon set, 1151 ; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Design of colonial floral basket 
with three floral figures for applique. 

Scarf, 1083 ; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Louis XVI bow-knot and spray. 

1123; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of four Louis XVI bouquets and 
bow-knots connected with outline 
frame. 



1124; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of two renaissance floral baskets 
connected with outline meander frame 
embellished with sprays and wreaths. 

1125; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of two clair voic floral basket, and 
single straight outline frame with 
floral figures. 

■ 1126; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Henry III frame and medal- 
lion effect with floral groups. 

1130; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance floral hanging bas- 
ket and two floral hanging groups from 
same frame. 

1131; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of three groups in wisteria effect. 

1135; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of colonial bouquet .effect with 
brussels point insertion finished in 
meander shape stems. 

1136; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Egyptain short stitch floral ef- 
fect, with meander shaped medallion 
forming scallop. 

Set, 1079; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Louis XVI bouquet and faran- 
dole of daises with frame of same 
style. 

1080; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance butterfly with 
floral ornaments for Roman cut work 
effect. 

1081; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance frame with acau- 
thus leaves and floral groups. 

1082; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Louis XVI box-knot with floral 
figures in star effect. 

1085; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Marie Antoinette floral basket 
with Louis XVI garlands. 

1086; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of floral French, renaissance, colo- 
nial and rustic baskets. 

1087; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance frame having cor- 
ners embellished with leaves of style. 

- — -1089; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Louis XVI floral bow-knot me- 
dallion. 

1093 ; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of four floral corner baskets. 

1094; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of floral renaissance corner spray. 

1127; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Egyptain lotus effect connected 
with double outline frame. 



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Asmus-Bradley co. — Continued. 

1132;. by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of conventional maple leaf em- 
bellished with floral groups and Ha- 
inan cut work effect connected with 
jour echelle frame. 

1145 ; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of conventional vase effect with 
leaves and floral figures connected by 
appropriate frame. 

Silver towel, 1192 ; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Design of word, Silver, worked 
in Roman block style cross-stitch orna- 
mented with three diamonds. 

Table cover, 1095 ; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Design of two Henry III inner 
frames with floral group. 

Tea cloth, 1154; by Stanley Nantus. 
Design of meander frame in outline 
having two opposite corners embel- 
lished with hanging china and floral 
sprays. 

Tea towel, 1158 ; by Stanley Nantus. 
Design of outline of tea-pot, cup and 
saucer on serving tray ornamented 
with floral spray. 

Towel, 1139; by Stanley Nantus. 
Design of five renaissance floral car- 
touche, with outline scallop in block 
effect. 

1140; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of five mill flower wreath forming 
scallop with vertical lines. 

1141; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance floral basket with 
isolated standing floral groups. 

1161; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance floral groups con- 
nected with outline forming round 
scallop. 

1162; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of art nouveau floral figures, with 
alternating round and pointed scallops. 

-1163 ; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of tipped French basket with 
scattered flowers and spray. 

1164; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign Louis XVI floral medallion with 
bow-knot. 

1165; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of colonial shallow floral basket. 

— — 1166; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance crest embellished 
with Louis XVI wreath and bow-knot. 

1167; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance floral basket 
wedged in round scallop. 

1168; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of broad renaissance floral basket, 
with round scallop an' 1 ^^ral figures. 



1169; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Henry III medallion with 
floral groups and bouquet. 

1170; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of renaissance butterfly with 
floral spray forming medallion and 
floral bow-knot. 

1171 ; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of reversed rustic floral basket 
with scattered flowers. 

1172 : by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of reversed empire wreath, with 
alternating round and straight scal- 
lops. 

1173; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of Louis XVI floral spray and 
French knots forming medallion. 

1174; by Stanley Nantus. De- 
sign of tall floral basket, alternating 
straight and round scallops with floral 
group. 

1175; by Stanley Nantus. De- 

s\gn of hanging renaissance round 
floral basket and two floral sprays. 

Work apron, 1187; by Stanley Nan- 
tus. Design of leaf-shaped cutting 
line with two applique pockets repre- 
senting trellis and flowering vines or- 
namented by floral groups. 

© 1 c. each July 18. 1923 : G 69038- 
69063, 69065-69131. 

Bakee (Dan) St. Louis. 10928 

That uncertain age. [Comic draw- 
ing of group of people about to enter 
home of cartoonist] © 1 c. July 2, 
1923 : G 68945. 

Balano (Paula Himmelsbach) 
Plymouth Meeting, Pa. 10929 

And a little child shall lead them. 
Madonna and Child in circular panel. 

© 1 c. July 11, 1923 ; G 68977. 

Bassett (Geo. F.) & co., inc., New 
York. 10930 

Gloria ; by Jessie Rogers. [Design 
of decorative circular border of 
flowers on lattice work] © 1 c. July 
3, 1923 ; G 68948. 

Beautebox, inc.. New York. 

10931-10936 

Bird design ; by Pierre Tartoue. 
[Two birds perched on bough of tree 
in full bloom] © 1 c. July 28, 1923 ; 
G 69183. 

Blue and gray striped souvenir de- 
sign ; by Pierre Tartoue. [Decorative 
leaf border around panel of stripes] 
© 1 c. May 25, 1923 ; G 68650. 



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10955 



Colonial design; by Felix Eberhart. 
[Silhouette of woman seated and man 
standing in garden lit up by moon- 
light] © 1 c. July 20, 1923 ; G 69138. 

Egyptian vanity design; by Pierre 
Tartoue. [Oblong design showing 
woman kneeling on one side and man 
on other side of woman partly reclin- 
ing] © 1 c. June 22, 1923 ; G 68885. 

Minuet design : by Felix Eberhart 
[Silhouette of man and woman in co- 
lonial costume dancing in garden] © 
1 c. July 20. 1923 ; G 69137. 

White bird design; by Pierre Tar- 
toue. [Two large birds near bunch of 
wild flowers on bank of small stream] 
© 1 c. July 28, 1923 ; G 69182. 

Beck a (Pauline Laura) Cleveland. 

10937 

Kid. [Model of figure of boy in 
overalls and cap standing with bundle 
in hand] © 1 c. June 14, 1923: G 
68677. 

Beech-nut packing co.. Canajoharie, 
N. Y. 10938 

Benjamin Beech-nut : by Cushman 
Parker. Bust of smiling boy with 
slice of bread in right hand. © 1 c. 
June 25. 1923 ; G 68899. 
Bebky CR. C.) Charleston, W. Va. 

10939 

Ten commandments. [Model of fig- 
ure of Christ holding open scroll in 
right and pointing to it with left] 
© 1 c. July 23. 1923; G 69178. 
Biech-Field (C. A.) New York. 

10940, 10941 

Female figure. [Draped girl seated 
on bench, with right hand on hip) 

2. [Draped girl seated on 

bench with right hand raised to head] 

© 1 c. each June 29. 1923 ; G 68928, 
68929. 
Bisson (Petee) Athens. Ga. 10942 

GobblinsTi get you. [Bas-relief 
plaque showing child seated on ground 
surrounded by gobblins] © 1 c. June 
13, 1923; G 68674. 

Black well (W. A.) Cedartown. Ga. 

10493 

American business men's assn. 
[Drawing of star in circle with letter- 
ing between points] © 1 c. July 11, 
1923; G 69176. 
Bouasse-Jeune & co., Paris. 

10944-10946 

Ange gardien; by Georges Dague- 
bert [Angel with two children pluck- 
ing flowers] © 1 c. July 2. 1923 : G 
68942. 



Christ de Lympias ; by Fernando 
Luzyarte. [Head and shoulders of 
Christ on cross with crown of thorns 
on head] © 1 c. July 26, 1923; G 
69171. 

Christ donnant le communion ; de 
Etienne Piaz. [Christ administering 
communion to several children whom 
angels are guarding] © 1 c. July 26, 
1923; G 69172. 

Beoadbooks (F. M.) Los Angeles. 

10947 

Female figure; by Joe Celona. 

Model of nude female figure lying on 

stomach Math head and feet up. © 

1 c. July 16, 1923 ; G 69001. 

Bbown-Robeetson co., inc.. New York. 
10948, 10949 

Flower piece ; by F. W. Matthewson. 
Group of flowers in bowl on table. 

Old Santa Fe trails ; by John Young- 
hewter. [Man, woman, two Indians, 
and yoke of oxen around covered 
wagon, with other wagons in back- 
ground] 

© 1 c. each June 26, 1923 ; G 68901, 
68902. 

Buffington (Eliza) Madison, N. J. 

10950-10952 
Impudence. Model of tiny laughing, 
dancing imp. 

Laughter. Model of tiny laughing 
imp. 

Playtime. Model of laughing, danc- 
ing imp. 

© 1 c. each June 16, 1923 : G 686S2- 
68684. 

Callanan and Kling, Washington. 

10953 
Tragedy of unpreparedness ; by W. 
A. Callanan and Maude Kling. [Draped 
female figure standing by body of sol- 
dier lving on altar partly covered by 
U. S. flag] © 1 c. June 30, 1923: G 
68938. 

Chuech (Feedeeick Stuaet) New 
York. 10954. 10955 

Dancing bears. Bluebird on branch 
above three bears dancing while two 
rabbits play banjos. 

Flamingoes. Girl kneeling on bank 
of lake with staff in left hand, reach- 
ing out right hand toward three 
flamingoes in water. 

© 1 c. each July 5, 1923; G 68950, 
68951. 



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Clay (John) & co., Chicago. 10956 
Re very. [Left three-quarter view of 
girl seated with hands folded, looking 
up] © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1923 ; G 69199. 

Dahlgeeen (Chaeles W.) Oak Park, 
I1L 10957 

Flowers. [Short vase full of flow- 
ers]. © 1 c. June 4, 1923 ; G 68603. 

D alley (William Earl) Minneapolis. 

10958 
Fate of the 54; by Fred Pearson 
Humphrey. Model of figure of de- 
spondent man seated on box with hat 
on floor between feet. © 1 c. July 11, 
1923 ; G 68978. 

Dalzell (Kenneth W.) Maplewood, 
N. J. 10959 

Englewood war memorial. Design 
showing entablature, die, two support- 
ing wings with exedra extensions, 
base and three sub-bases. © 1 c. June 
12, 1923 ; G 68669. 

Dalzell (Kenneth W.) Maplewood, 
N. J., and Paul (Haeey Lewis) 
Orange, N. J. 10960 

Lincoln (Abraham) memorial. En- 
tablature, die, two supporting wings 
with exedra extensions, five subbases 
and platform. © 1 c. July 17, 1923; 
G 69013. 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago. 

10961-10970 

Crucifixion, 2853. Model shows nails 
through hands and feet and crown 
of thorns on head. © 1 c. July 6, 
1923; G 68965. 

Gregory (Saint) 759. Statue of 
saint holding book in left hand and 
pen in right, with dove on shoulder. 
© 1 c. July 6, 1923 ; G 68968. 

Ignatius (Saint) 940. Model of 
figure of saint standing with right 
hand upraised, book in left arm and 
satan lying at his feet. © 1 c. July 6, 
1923; G 



Little Flower of Jesus, 1109. Model 
of figure of nun holding crucifix and 
roses in hands. © 1 c. July 6, 1923; 
G 68967. 

Lucy (Saint) Model of statue of 
woman in drapery standing with palm 
in left hand, and two eyes on dish in 
right hand. © 1 c. July 30, 1923; 
G 69190. 

Our Lady of Lourdes, 197. Model 
of figure of woman in drapery stand- 
ing with hands clasped over breast 
and roses at feet. © 1 c. July 30, 
1923 ; G 69189. 



Pedestal. Model of pedestal with 
ornamental sub-pedestal, emblem in 
center below altar table and two 
columns at each side. © 1 c. July 30, 
1923 ; G 69187. 

Renaissance altar, 11796. Model 
with monogram below altar, table in 
center panel and roses in side panels. 
© 1 c. July 30, 1923 ; G 69188. 

Roman altar, 1602. Model of altar 
with ornamental candlesteps, and em- 
blem IHS, and grapes in panels under 
altar table. © 1 c. July 6, 1923; 
G 68970. 

Roman side altar, 61717. Model with 
relief of chalice on tabernacle door 
and emblem below altar table . © 1 c. 
July 6, 1923 ; G 68966. 

Davis (Dale J.) Terre Haute, Ind. 

10971 

Lady Kluxer. [Model of figure of 

woman wearing long robe with cape 

and hood] © 1 c. July 26, 1923; 

G 69170. 

De Land sepabatoe co., New York. 

10972 
Helping mother. [Small boy car- 
rying electric milker while his mother 
pours milk into separator] © 1 c. 
Aug. 1, 1923; G 69198. 

De Muth (Martin) New York. 

10973 

What happens to Philippa Collum. 

Drawing of little girl statuette in 

costume resembling an architectural 

column. © 1 c. May 26, 1923 ; G68651. 

Dill & Collins co., Philadelphia. 

10974 
Franklin's arrival in Philadelphia. 
Young man dressed in colonial style 
with bag and stick in left hand and 
small object in right, walking past 
woman standing in doorway. © 1 c. 
July 31, 1923 ; G 69192. 

Deetzka (Sylvester H.) Milwaukee, 
Wis. 10975 

Put your town on the map. Draw- 
ing of outline map of United States. 
© 1 c. June 21, 1923 ; G 69037. 

Eddy (Saeah J.) Bristol Ferry, R. I. 

10976 
Gloria. Model of head of little girl. 
© 1 c. June 6, 1923 : G 68623. 

Edison lamp works of G. E. co., Har- 
rison, N. J. 10977 
Graduation; by Norman Rockwell. 
Young girl making a- speech, with 
school-board seated in background. © 
1 c. June 19. 1923 ; G 68866. 



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11006 



Edwin (Ellis) Berkeley, Calif. 10978 
Holland maid. [Statuette of little 
Dutch girl with bandeau on hair and 
scarf around neck] © 1 c. June 20, 
1923; G 68880. 

Elwell (James Cady) Chicago. 10979 
Yes, we have no bananas. Model 
of grotesque figure of Italian fruit 
vender. © 1 c. July 26, 1923; G 
69175. 

Faenham (Paul) Oakland, Calif. 

10980-10992 
Arke royal. [Flag ship of British 
navy in sixteenth century with four 
masts, on rough sea] 

Dutch galleon. [Dutch East In- 
dian merchant ship with three masts 
rounding Strait of Malakka] 

Elizabeth galleon. [Side view of 
British ship with three masts, at sea] 

Golden Hind. [British ship of 
Elizabethan period with three masts, 
under full sail at sea] 

Grand Hermine. [Stern view of 
French vessel of galleon type under 
full sail along banks of Newfound- 
land] 

Great Harry. [English galleon with 
four masts, under full sail near Gi- 
braltar] 

Greek war trireme. [Greek war- 
ship with two square sails, propelled 
by oars, convoying merchant ship 
across sea] 

Little Boy Blue. [Small boy blow- 
ing horn, with collie dog at his feet, 
cows in corn at his left and sheep in 
meadow at right] 

Phoenician merchant galley. [Ship 
with one square sail, propelled by oars 
on smooth sea, with hills in distance] 

Ships of the Crusaders. [Three 
ships having square sails covered with 
Crusaders' crosses and propelled by 
oars, leaving harbor] 

Spanish carak. [Spanish ship with 
three masts and square sails under 
full sail] 

Spanish galleon. [Spanish ship 
with two masts and highly ornamen- 
tal poop, on rough sea] 

Viking trading ship. [Ship with 
carved ' head of dragon at prow and 
square sail, propelled by oars over 
smooth sea leaving hilly slopes in 
distance] © 1 c. each May 14, 1923; 
G 68654-68666. 



Feeeis (Jean Leon Geeome) Phila- 
delphia 10993 
Washington's farewell to his mother. 
Interior showing kneeling figure of 
Washington before his mother seated 
in chair. © 1 c. June 25, 1923; G 
68898. 

Feeey (D. M.) & co., Detroit, Mich. 

10994, 10995 

Jack and the beanstalk ; by Maxfield 

Parrish. [Youth planting seed under 

tree near rock] © 1 c. July 5, 1923; 

G 68949. 

Sunny garden; by Mary Nicholena 
MacCord. Old fashioned country 
home surrounded by garden of various 
kinds of flowers. © 1 c. July 16, 
1923 ; G 69009. 

Fighieea (Leon) San Francisco. 

10996, 10997 
Butterfly Chinese girl. Model of 
bust of girl wearing headdress deco- 
rated with butterfly and Marguerite 
flowers. 

Jazz baby. Statuette of nude girl 
wearing headdress decorated with 
horns and dollar sign, standing with 
pig at her feet. © 1 c. each May 28, 
1923 ; G 68957, 68958. 

Fishee (John Howaed) Los Banos, 
Calif. 10998 

Desk ornament. Model of relief 
map of California state surmounted 
by figure of bear. © 1 c. July 3, 1923 ; 
G 68956. 

Floeentine aet peoductions, inc., Chi- 
cago 10999-11001 

Lamp standard, 1 ; by Louis Roma- 
nelli. Model of tall William and Mary 
design. © 1 c. May 26, 1923 ; G 68906. 

, 2 ; by Louis Romanelli. Model 

of Louis XIV style design. © 1 c. 
May 26, 1923 ; G 68907. 

Torchere base and cap; by Louis 
Romanelli. [Design of base having 
panelled sides and round foot] © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1923 ; G 68652. 

Feench fibee co., inc., New York. 

11002-11006 

Candlestick, 1 ; by Joel Bianchi. 
Model having top stippled with loaves, 
festoons and flowers in center, and 
leaf design at base. 

, 2 ; by Joel Bianchi. Model 

having ornamented top divided into 
four parts, with basket design on 
column, and flowers at base. 



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French fibre co., inc. — Continued. 

, 3 ; by Joel Bianclii. Model 

having leaf decoration divided into 
four parts with round stippled base. 

Lamp base ; by Joel Bianchi. Model 
having stippled top, plain band above 
and below cameos in center, and scroll 
relief at base. 

Torchere; by Joel Bianchi. Model 
having top in form of two eagle heads, 
with relief at base. © 1 c. each July 
16, 1923 ; G 69003-69007. 

Frismuth (Harris W.) New York. 

11007 

Meteor. Sculptured female figure in 

drapery flying with hands and feet 

outstretched, supported on flaming 

base. © 1 c. June 13, 1923 ; G 68672. 

Fuller (Mrs. P. L.) Kansas City, Mo. 

11008 

Knight of the invisible empire ; by 

Henry von Sabern. [Drawing of four 

hooded figures standing] © 1 c. June 

16, 1923; G 6S659. 

Furgion (Chester) West New York. 

11009 

Settee for lawn. [Model of bench 

with acanthus leaf decoration on slab 

and scroll-shaped supports] © 1 c. 

July 18, 1923 ; G 69028. 

Futterer (Antonio Frederick) Los 
Angeles. 11010 

Phoenix bird. [Drawing of large 
bird with long neck and legs wading in 
Nile River] © 1 c. June 20, 1923 ; G 
68879. 

Galvin (Alice Carey) Braddock, Pa. 

11011 
Maryland flower. Painting showing 
bunch of black-eyed Susan flowers. © 
1 c. June 13, 1923 ; G 68673. 

Garrett (Mrs. John W.) Baltimore. 
11012-11016 

Design 1. Parallelograms arranged 
in checkerboard fashion with conven- 
tionalized bird motive. 

2. Bars of triangles, red and 

white, the latter being covered with 
conventionalized motives. 

3. Conventionalized cocks. 

4. Conventionalized fish. 

5. Horizontal strips of conven- 
tionalized trees and figures with dra- 
peries. 

© 1 c. each May 2. 1923 ; G 68931- 
68935. 



Haas (Herman) New York. 11017 
Great heart. [Horse with man on 
back jumping over high fence while 
man on ground holds top rail in place 
by rope] © 1 c. July 16, 1923; G 



Harper (Robert G.) New York. 

1101s 

Baseball curves. Models of hands 
showing way to hold and throw differ- 
ent curves. © 1 c. May 18, 1923; G 

68619. 

Heinzmann (Samilla Jameson) New 
York. 11019 

Paine (Thomas) memorial tablet. 
Bas-relief plaque showing bust in cen- 
ter with maps of U. S., France and 
British Isles in background. © 1 c. 
June 18, 1923 ; G 68855. 



Henderson 
Mass. 



( Harry 



C.) Belmont, 

1102a 

Gray goose; by William H. Russell. 
[Model of goose flying] © 1 c. June 
25, 1923 ; G 68891. 

Hercvles powder co., Wilmington, 
Del. 11021 

Allegorical picture. Ancient arts 
and crafts in foreground, and modern 
metallic works and buildings in back- 
ground. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1923 ; G 69196. 

Higgins (Victor) Taos, N. M. 11022 
Palo Duro Canyon, near Amarillo. 
[Perspective of mountain stream with 
high rocky walls on each side] © 1 c. 
June 1, 1923 ; G 68601. 

Hinman-Boynton GRANITE CO., INC., 

Syracuse, N. Y. 11023 

Landers design ; by J. Leonard 
Boynton. Cemetery memorial with 
platform consisting of two steps, cen- 
tral tablet and two carved vases. © 
1 c. June 30, 1923 : G 69029. 

Hoeltke (William Charles) Indian- 
apolis. 11024 
Fiery cross. Design of cross with 
flames carved in it. © 1 c. July 16, 
1923 ; G 69002. 

Hoffman (Malvina) New York. 

11025, 1102$ 

Paderewski (Ignace). 1. Model of 
mask of Paderewski with eyes looking 
down. 

2. Model of bust of Paderewski 

with wings folded over each shoul- 
der. 

© 1 c. each June 8, 1923 ; G 68643,. 
68644. 



200 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 3, 1923 



11051 



Hord (Donald A.) San Diego, Calif. 
11027-11029 
Mike, the thinker. [Model of mon- 
key seated with right hand on head 
and left under chin] © 1 c. June 13, 
1923 ; G 68670. 

Sage. [Model of monkey seated 
with paws turned in] ©lc. June 18, 
1923; G 68856. 

Saint. [Model of monkey seated 
with paws turned out] © 1 c. June 
18, 1923 ; G 68857. 

Hrubanik (M. F. & Laura) Alameda, 
Calif. 11030-11036 

Aztec candlestick, large; by Manuel 
Centurion. [Model having square 
base, tall column and round top deco- 
rated with Aztec figures] 

short; by Manuel Centurion. 

[Model of candlestick having square 
base and short column decorated with 
Aztec figures and mask] 

Boudoir candlestick; by Manuel 
Centurion. [Model having ornamental 
round base and fluted stem] 

Candlestick, 1; by Manuel Centu- 
rion. [Model having ornamental round 
base, stem in form of twisted tree and 
cupids climbing up it] 

2; by Manuel Centurion. 

[Model having round base decorated 
with acanthus leaves, and stem in 
form of tree trunk] 

Cherry; by Manuel Centurion. 
[Model of head of Chinese girl in 
native dress with tassels hanging from 
headdress] 

Lotus ; by Manuel Centurion. [Model 
of bust of Chinese girl wearing head- 
dress with long embroidered tabs at 
sides] 

© 1 c. each July 26, 1923 ; G 69162- 
69168. 

Hudson (Grace) Ukiah, Calif. 

11037-11040 

Going fishing. Yokia Indian boy 
with dog on bank of river trimming 
fish pole. © 1 c. July 2, 1923; G 
68944. 

Ka-im-lote. Poma Indian baby tied 
in his carrying basket. © 1 c. June 
8, 1923 ; G 68645. 

Ta-le-a and Jackie. Manchester 
Indian girl with young rabbit in arms. 
© 1 c. July 2, 1923 ; G 68943. 

Yokia Indian child. Half-length 
figure of nude Indian child seated. © 
1 c. June 8, 1923 ; G 68646. 



Hupp motor car corp., Detroit, Mich. 

11041 
At eventide. [Automobile and its 
reflection on wet street] © 1 c. Aug. 
1, 1923 ; G 69195. 

Hussey (John Parke) Dallas, Tex. 

11042, 11043 
Doc Blow's notes, 1-32; by P. D. 
Ellen and John Parke Hussey. [ Series 
of comic drawings of negro with horn] 
© 1 c. each Apr. 9, 1923; G 68876, 
68877. 

Keeper (Vera) New York. 11044 

Lady bug. Block-print design of 

bug. © 1 c. June 19, 1923 ; G 68960. 

King features syndicate, inc., New 
York. 11045 

Spark Plug; by William De Beck. 
Model of grotesque figure of horse 
covered by blanket. © 1 c. June 11, 
1923; G 68667. 

Krebs (Stanley Walter) New York. 

11046 
Statue of understanding. Design 
showing draped female figure standing 
on three books with cornucopia under 
left arm, dove on right hand, comb in 
hair and locket around neck. © 1 c. 
July 17, 1923 ; G 69012. 

Ladd & Tilton bank. Portland, Or. 

11047 
That new opportunities may be de- 
veloped; by W. M. Mcllwraith. 
[Drawing of circular scene on octag- 
onal shield showing train of covered 
wagons going over mountains toward 
sunset] © 1 c. July 9, 1923; G 68975. 

La Fear (Paloma) Los Angeles. 

11048, 11049 

Archer. Painting showing nude 
man holding bow, on tree bark back- 
ground. 

Purple scarf. Painting showing 
semi-nude woman holding up scarf, 
on tree bark back-ground. 

© 1 c. each June 16, 1923 ; G 68687, 
68688. 

Leach (Louise L.) Taunton, Mass. 

11050-11051 

Pilgrims at prayer. Bas-relief 
plaque showing profile of man and 
woman seated in attitude of prayer. 

Roosevelt (Theodore) Bas-relief 
plaque showing right three-quarter 
view bust-portrait. 

© 1 c. each June 19, 1923; G G8S0-L 
68S65. 



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11052 



pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Lee (H. D.) mercantile co., Kansas 
City, Mo. 11052 

Lee baby tooth sweet corn ; by J. M. 
Mitchell. [Ears of corn in and around 
basket, with landscape in background] 
© 1 c. June 18, 1923 ; G 69015. 

Le Fort (Bernard) New York. 

11053-11175 
Conventional cross-stitch design, 
8337. [Drawing of oblong panel with 
conventional flowers at ends.] 

8440. [Oblong drawing with 

diamond at each end] 

8463. [Oval drawing with 

scrolls and checks, and conventional 
figures in circle at end] 

Conventional design, 8305. [Oblong 
drawing with flowers along sides and 
basket of flowers at end] 

8306. [Drawing of sprays of 

flowers under arch at end of panel] 

8307. [Drawing of flower pot 

in each corner and wreath in circular 
end of panel] 

8309. [Drawing of panel with 

sprays of flowers on checked border] 

8316. [Drawing of bird and 

leaves below panel of leaves] 

8317. [Drawing of rectangle 

with panels in center and flowers at 
end and sides] 

■ 8320. [Oblong drawing with 

scalloped border, for cross-stitch] 

8321. [Drawing of two butter- 
flies among flowers, in cross-stitch] 

8322. [Drawing of square with 

bars of flowers at corners] 

8324. [Drawing of square with 

circles of flowers in small squares at 
corners] 

8326. [Oblong drawing with 

panels in center and conventional fig- 
ures at ends] 

8329. [Oblong drawing with 

border of flowers and bunch of flowers 
at end] 

8332. [Drawing of square with 

branches of leaves at corners] 

8333. [Drawing of square with 

sprays of flowers and lattice at corn- 
ers] 

8345. [Drawing of leaves and 

scrolls at end of panel] 

8352. [Drawing of flowers in 

diamond between two upright bars] 

8362. [Oblong drawing checked 

into squares with flowers at corners] 



[Drawing of flowers 
circles at corner of ob- 



8363. 

around small 
long figure] 

8368. [Drawing of sprays of 

flowers and scrolls in small squares] 

8373. [Drawing of flowers in 

small squares at corners of large 
squares] 

8376. [Drawing of panel with 

sprays of flowers in corners] 

8385. [Drawing with sprays of 

flowers and square at corner] 

8386. [Drawing of oblong panel 

with sprays of flowers at corners] 

-8390. [Drawing of Japanese 

woman with lantern in foreground, 
and landscape in background] 

8391. [Drawing of bird on 

branch of blossoming tree] 

8395. [Drawing of oblong panel 

with conventional flowers and sun- 
burst at end] 

8400. [Drawing of sprays of 

flowers at bottom and sides of small 
panels] 

8401. [Drawing of branches 

with leaves around oval] 

8403. [Drawing of small 

squares with flowers at corners] 

8404. [Drawings of scrolls and 

flowers in squares around panel] 

8410. [Drawing of Japanese 

girl and lanterns] 

8411. [Drawing of flower in 

pot at window, in corner of square] 

8413. [Drawing of flower in 

pot and sprays of flowers at corner] 

8414. [Drawing of spray of 

flowers and small squares at corner] 

8419. [Drawing of flowers in 

pot at corner] 

8422. [Drawing of pot of 

flowers and spray at corners] 

8436. [Drawing with basket of 

flowers and ribbon in corner] 

8437. [Drawing of peacock 

among flowers] 

8438. [Drawing of pine tree 

under arch of scrolls] 

8441. [Drawing 

with tail spread] 

8443. [Drawing 

cross-stitch at end of panel] 

8446. [Drawing of vines above 

two birds in cross-stitch] 

8449. [Oblong drawing with 

diamond formed by small diamonds 
and triangles at truncated corners] 



of peacock 



of bird in 



202 



WORKS OF AET 



no. 3, 1923 



11175 



8451. [Oblong drawing with 

sprays of flowers and leaves in panels 
at ends] 

8454. [Drawing of panel with 

conventional flowers at pointed ends] 

8455. [Drawing of clusters of 

leaves and vines at end of panel] 

8457. [Oblong drawing with 

flowers- between scrolls under points 
at end and along sides] 

8477. [Drawing of oblong panel 

with circles at corners] 

8490. [Drawing with conven- 
tional flowers in panels at ends] 

8500. [Oblong drawing with 

scrolls and ovals at end] 

8501. [Drawing of oblong panel 

with small panels along sides and end] 

8519. [Drawing of flowers and 

bars around border of circle at end of 
panel with round corners] 

8524. [Oblong drawing with oc- 
tagon having floral and panelled 
border at end] 

8525. [Octagonal drawing hav- 
ing wide border decorated with flow- 
ers and checked corners] 

8535. [Drawing of octagon cov- 
ered with checks and flowers] 

8537. [Drawing of two ovals 

with flowers below long oval] 

8539. [Oblong drawing with 

vines and flowers along sides] 

8543. Oblong drawing with 

square decorated by diamond and 
small squares at end] 

8545. [Drawing of sprays of 

flowers around circle at end of panel 
with checked border] 

8547. [Drawing of flowers 

along sides of octagon at end of panel] 

8548. [Drawing of circle and 

semi-circle with floral border] 

8550. [Drawing of vase of 

flowers with scrolls on each side] 

8553. [Oblong drawing with 

flowers along scalloped sides] 

8563. [Drawing of all over de- 
sign of squares with flowers in each] 

8566. [Drawing of baskets of 

flowers in squares] 

8567. [Drawing of dog and 

cat in children's clothes, surrounded 
by squares] 

Cross-stitch, 8318. [Drawing with 
small panel in center] 

Cross - stitch conventional design, 
8359. [Drawing of squares with double 
borders] 



8365. [Rectangular drawing 

with wide borders] 

Floral design, 8325. [Drawing of 
conventional figures at end of panel 
for cross-stitch] 

8327. [Drawing of flowers on 

checkered background at circular end 
of panel] 

8330. [Drawing of sprays of 

flowers at ends and in center of panel] 

8331. [Drawing of spray of 

flowers at truncated corners of square] 

8336. [Oval drawing with flow- 
ers and scrolls in circle at end] 

8338. [Drawing of oval with 

border of flowers] 

8339. [Drawing of basket of 

flowers surrounded by sprays at end 
of panel] 

8340. [Drawing of flowers in 

semi-circle at end of panel] 

8341. [Drawing of basket of 

flowers and scrolls at end of panel] 

8342. [Drawing of flowers be- 
tween scallops at sides and ends of 
panel] 

8343. [Oblong drawing with 

flowers between scallops along sides 
and at checked ends] 

8346. [Oblong drawing with 

flowers above panels at end] 

8347. [Oblong drawing checked 

into squares with three sprays of 
flowers at circular end] 

8348. [Drawing of sprays of 

flowers in semi-circular ends of panel] 

8349. [Circular drawing of 

sprays of flowers] 

8356. [Oblong drawing with 

bunches of flowers along sides and 
ends] 

■ 8357. [Drawing of morning- 
glories at end of oblong panel] 

8472. '[Drawing of spray of 

flowers in semi-circle at end of oval 
with flowers] 

8377. [Drawing of cluster of 

flowers in semi-circle at end of panel] 

8378. [Drawing of sprays of 

flowers at circular end and along scal- 
loped sides of oblong panel] 

8379. [Drawing of butterfly 

over flowers at scalloped end of oblong 
panel] 

8380. [Drawing of spray of 

flowers at end of panel] 

8381. [Drawing of semi-circle 

formed by scrolls around bunch of 
flowers] 

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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



11176 



pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Le Fokt (Bernard) — Continued. 

8382. [Drawing of sprays of 

flowers in semi-circle at end of panel] 

8383. [Drawing panel with 

garland of flowers and butterfly at 
circular end] 

8384. [Drawing of sprays of 

flowers at truncated corners of oblong 
panel] 

8387. [Drawing of small 

squares and flowers at end of panel] 

8393. [Drawing of large bunch 

of flowers at each end of panel] 

8394. [Drawing with two cir- 
cular bunches of flowers and leaves at 
end] 

8396. [Oval drawing with 

flowers along sides and ends] 

8398. [Oblong drawing with 

basket of flowers at corners and fes- 
toons in panels along sides] 

8412. [Oblong drawing with 

flowers in circle at corner] 

8415. [Drawing of bouquet 

and bow of ribbon at corners of 
square] 

8416. [Drawing with spray of 

flowers and bows of ribbon at corners] 

8421. [Drawing of flowers, 

leaves and small squares at corners 
of large square] 

8423. [Drawing of flowers in 

small squares at corners of panel] 

8424. [Drawing of sprays of 

flowers in small squares at corners of 
panel] 

8447. [Drawing of design for 

bed spread] 

8452. [Drawing of sprays of 

flowers at ends of oblong panel] 

8453. Oval drawing with 

clusters of flowers at ends] 

8462. [Drawing of wreaths of 

flowers at ends of oblong panel] 

8465. [Drawing of flower 

among leaves at end of panel] 

8491. [Drawing of basket of 

flowers at end of panel with wide 
border] 

8495. [Drawing of ring of 

flowers in circle at end of panel with 
small circles] 

8520. [Drawing of flower dec- 
orated circle at end of panel with fes- 
toons along sides] 

8542. [Drawing of squares at 

end of panel with flowers at corners] 



8549. [Drawing of fluted cir- 
cular figure at end of oblong panel 
with floral border] 

8568. [Drawing of spray of 

flowers and leaves] 

8569. [Drawing of bird flying 

above lantern on blossoming branch] 

Fruit design, 8369. [Oblong draw- 
ing with bunches of fruit and leaves 
along sides and at circular ends] 

8375. [Drawing of fruit and 

leaves in circle at end of oblong panel] 
© 1 c. each June 16, 1923; G 68732- 
68854. 

Lerys, Paris. 11176 

Flacon belle jolie. [Design of flask 
with scroll decoration around oval 
portrait at bottom! © 1 c. July 2, 
1923 ; G 68941. 

Lester (Katherine Morris) Peoria, 
111. 11177 

Yank-a-doo. Model of fore-quarters 
of donkey with laurel wreath over 
left ear, on high pedestal. © 1 c. 
July 27, 1923; G 69179. 

LlNGAN (VlOLETTA D. PRENTISS), 

South Norwalk, Conn. 11178 

Circus has come to town. Model 
of clown riding donkey. © 1 c. June 
19, 1923 ; G 68863. 

Littig (Alice G.) Chicago. 11179 

Coogan (Jackie) as Oliver Twist. 
[Statuette of boy standing with bowl 
in hands] © 1 c. May 28, 1923; G 
68869. 

Lucas (Louis) co., inc., Jamestown, 
N. Y. 11180-11182 

Colonial wall sconce, 117; by Mary 
B. Adelsperger. Model showing stand- 
ing colonial girl holding boquet, with 
candle at each side. 

Wall sconce, 112 ; by Mary B. Adel- 
sperger. Model of basket of old fash- 
ioned flowers with candle at each side. 

116; by Mary B. Adelsperger. 

Model showing moon and three figures 
forming clouds, with owl head holding 
candle at base. © 1 c. each May 23, 
1923; G 68639-68641. 

Mallory (Elmer Samuel) Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 11183 

Alphabet. Decorative drawing of 
letters of alphabet. © 1 c. July 11, 
1923; G 68991. 



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WORKS OF ART 



no. 3, 1923 



11212 



Maixoy (Geoege J.) New York. 

11184-11203 

Bench, 224. Model of bench having 

openwork ornamental panels at sides 

and under arms, and three spindles 

on rod under seat. 

Book-end, 108. Model of base sup- 
porting circular backplate having 
openwork at top and relief of faun on 
front. 

, 111. Model of caryatid figure 

standing with hands resting on col- 
umns. 

Bracket, 502. Model of bracket hav- 
ing backplate with Spanish motif, 
two arms and candle cups. 

, 504. Model of shield having 

two arms supporting candles. 

■ , 505. Model of shield in Span- 
ish design having two arms support- 
ing candle cups. 

Bridge lamp, 602. Model of lamp 
with circular base, supporting Span- 
ish spindle having ball in center, and 
adjustable arm with snake head orna- 
ment. 



Chair in Spanish renaissance, 210. 
Model of chair having four legs curv- 
ing from floor to opposite side at top 
of arms and back with ornamental 
tops. 

Console table, 204. Model of table 
having four legs, ornamental strip at 
base, openwork valance at top and 
openwork panels at sides. 

Decorative frieze. [Bas-relief panel 
showing two figures seated in center 
and others playing musical instru- 
ments and dancing around them] 

Flowerstand, 202. Model of stand 
having four legs supporting square 
spindle surmounted by ring to hold 
bowl. 

Lantern, 530. Model of lantern hav- 
ing circular base with three caryatid 
figures supporting globe with open- 
work divided by shields and masks. 

. 540. Model of lantern having 

four panels divided by twisted rope 
spindles, and top decorated with open- 
work. 

, 541. Model of cylindrical lan- 
tern having four panels divided by 
twisted rope spindles, and top and bot- 
tom decorated with openwork valance. 

, 542. Model of octagonal 

shaped lantern with glass panels on 
sides, and openwork valance and bell- 
shaped dome at top. 

67646-23 2 205 



Mirror, 222. Model of mirror frame 
having ornamental band of openwork 
leaves with mask at top. 

Smokestand, 208. Model having cir- 
cular base supporting square spindle 
with four dolphins at foot, surmounted 
by tray having handle with figure of 
ship on it. 

Spanish jardinier. Model of jardi- 
nier having four square spindles of 
ornamental design supporting con- 
tainer with relief panels. 

Torchere, 152. Model of torchere 
with four legs supporting square spin- 
dle carrying circular plate with seven 
candleholders. 

Wallpocket jardiniere, 226. Model 
having openwork of leaves with metal 
container. 

© 1 c. each June 16, July 3, 1923: 
G 68773-68731, 68947. 

Martin (A. C.) Hollywood, Calif. 

11204 

Chinese head. [Model of bust of 

Chinese boy wearing native coat and 

cap] ©1 c. July 24, 1923 ; G 69160. 

Maslenikoff (Maegabita) Los An- 
geles. 11205 
Eve. Sculptured winged male figure 
standing behind nude woman. © 1 c. 
June 14, 1923 ; G 68676. 

Mason (Lyman Pieece) Chicago. 

11206 

Fardown and Duke Swindle in fads. 

[Cartoon drawing of large man and 

small man seeking lodging] © 1 c. 

June 4, 1923 ; G 68678. 

Matchitt (Maeion H.) Minneapolis. 
Minn. 11207-11210 

Jack of hearts. Design of playing 
card. 

Joker. Design of playing card. 

King of hearts. Design of playing 
card. 

Queen of hearts. Design of playing 
card. 

© 1 c. each May 28, 1923 : G 68870- 
68873. 



Mazzi (Sinibaldo) Los Angeles. 

11 211, 11212 

Tut (King) ; by Jack J. Jaffre. 
Model of bust of king as incense 
burner. 

Tut (King) mummy: by Jack J. 
Jaffre. Model of standing figure of 
mummy with incense burner on from 
of base. 

© 1 c. each May 31, 1923; G 68599, 
6S600. 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



11213 



pt iv, n. s., v. IS 



Meissner & Buch, Leipzig. 

11213, 11214 

Lied (Ein) ; von Victor Schramm. 
Lady in changeable dress seated on 
bench smiling while playing guitar. 

Porzellanfigurchen ; von Victor 
Schramm. Lady in changeable dress 
seated on settee in richly decorated 
room, admiring porcelain figure in her 
hands. 

© 1 c. each June 23, 1923 ; G 68888, 
68880. 

Meliodon (Jules Andre) New Jersey. 

11215 
Homage to Gen. Sam Houston. 
Equestrian statue of general riding 
rearing horse, on pedestal decorated 
with shields held by two children, gar- 
lands of flowers and Indian woman. 
© 1 c. July 28, 1923 ; G 69180. 

Miles (Chaeles K.) Los Angeles. 

11216 
Advertising torch, by Charles K. 
Miles. [Torch with inscription across 
flame] © 1 c. June 4, 1923 ; G 68605. 

Miltenberger (Eugene F.) New York. 

11217 
Gray goose on motormeter. [Model 
of figure of goose flying] © 1 c. June 
7, 1923 ; G 68642. 

Minehart-Traylor co., Denver. 

11218 
Indian character; by Wilbur Leslie 
Thomas. [Model of nude figure of In- 
dian holding paint can in left hand 
and brush in right] © 1 c. May 7, 
1923 ; G 68936. 

Miseeendino (Vincenzo) New York. 

11219 
Roosevelt (Theodore), the orator. 
Model of figure of Roosevelt in atti- 
tude of speaking with right arm ex- 
tended and left hand clinched. © 1 c. 
July 19, 1923 ; G 69036. 

Munich statuary and altar co. Mil- 
waukee. 11220 
Nymflamp ; by Charles Clabots. 
[Model of ornamental lamp with fig- 
ure of drafted girl standing on square 
base] © 1 c. June 14, 1923 ; G 68675. 

Murphy (Francis W.) Philadelphia. 

11221 
Christmas emblem. [Drawing of 
head of Santa Claus on bell] © 1 
c. June 11, 1923 ; G 68668. 



Murphy (Frank G.) Mason City, la. 
11222, 11223 

Ford (Henry) Drawing of char- 
acter lines on Ford's face. 

Lincoln (Abraham) Drawing of 
character lines in Lincoln's face. 

© 1 c. each June 18, 1923 ; G 68860, 
68861. 

Myers (Anita P.) Oakland, Calif. 

11224-11229 

Cobra. [Model of figure of snake 
with body coiled and head raised up] 

Fisherman and the genii. [Model 
of figure of semi-nude man with tur- 
ban on head crouching near urn] 

Hawaiian dreams. [Model of semi- 
nude figure of woman seated partly 
supporting herself with left hand] 

Pagan worship. Model of semi-nude 
figure of woman kneeling with arms 
outstretched toward idol] 

Pandora (anticipation) [Model of 
semi-nude figure of woman seated, 
looking into box with lid partly raised 
by right hand] 

(realization) [Model of nude 

figure of woman lying by box with 
head resting on left arm] 

© 1 c. each July 18, 1923 ; G 69022- 
69027. 

Nelson (George Lawrence) New 
York. 11230 

Ideal school. Children in act of 
work, study and play, grouped about 
their teacher, in pastoral setting. © 
1 c. July 30, 1923 ; G 69184. 

Ne Page, McKenny co., Seattle. 

11231 

Electrical fixture. [Circular design 

decorated with flowers around small 

circle] © 1 c. May 17, 1923 ; G 68618. 

Nepomuceno (Graciano T.) Manila, 
P. I. 11232-11247 

Candle seller. Statuette of Filipino 
woman in native costume carrying 
tray full of candles on head, basket 
held against waist by right hand and 
stool in left hand. 

Carabao. Statuette of water buffalo 
standing on pedestal. 

Cart driver. Statuette of barefooted 
driver wearing native helmet seated 
with legs crossed in cart drawn by 
carabao. 

Cockpit gambler standing. Statu- 
ette of old man in Filipino camisa, 
trousers and slippers standing with 
rooster in left arm and hat in hand. 



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no. 3, 1923 



11266 



Cockpit gambler squatting. Statu- 
ette of barefooted man squatting and 
holding rooster. 

Corn seller. Statuette of Filipino 
country woman, barefooted, carrying 
basket full of corn on head. 

Dalagang bukid. Statuette of Fili- 
pino girl in native costume with hand- 
kerchief on head, chain and medallion 
around neck, holding jar in hands. 

Fisherman. Statuette of young Fili- 
pino in native costume and helmet, 
with cigarette in mouth, net in right 
hand and basket over left shoulder. 

Fruit seller. Statuette of barefooted 
man with hat brim turned up in front 
carrying two baskets suspended from 
ends of stick on shoulder. 

Girl water carrier. Statuette Fili- 
pino woman with water jar on head 
supported by both hands. 

Ice-cream maker of 1896. Statuette 
of barefooted man seated on low stool 
with freezer before him in act of 
making ice-cream. 

Man water carrier. Statuette of 
barefooted water carrier in Philippine 
costume standing between two water 
cans with rod in left hand attached 
to one can. 

Milk seller. Statuette of barefooted 
milk seller carrying stick on shoulder 
with jar of milk suspended on end 
behind and measure on end in front. 

Pig roaster. Model of barefooted 
man squatting and roasting pig over 
open fire. 

Young dalagang bukid. Statuette 
of Filipino young woman wearing 
camisa and skirt covered by apron, 
with tray of fruits on arm. 

Young man of 1814. Statuette of 
young man in light pants, slippers 
and camisa standing with hat in left 
hand. 

© 1 c. each Apr. 4, 1923 ; G 68910- 
68925. 

New England diary & food council, 
Boston. 11248 

From farm to your doorstep; by 
Carl Reinhold. Landscape in frame 
showing steps in distribution of milk. 
© 1 c. July 23, 1923 ; G 69177. 

New York state, dept. of physical 
education, Albany, N. Y. 

11249-11252 
Medal, 1; by Charles Gilbert Len- 
nox. Drawing of medal lettered, New 
York section meet, and embodying 
emblem lettered, Athletics track field. 



2 ; by Charles Gilbert Lennox. 

Drawing of medal lettered, New York 
state, and embodying emblem lettered, 
Athletics tract field. 

3 ; by T. Oliver Kahse. Draw- 
ing of medal embodying emblem let- 
tered, Physical ability test. 

Ring; by F. Oliver Kahse. Draw- 
ing of ring embodying emblem lettered 
Physical ability test. 

© 1 c. each June 26, 1923 ; G 69018- 
69021. 

Noble (W. Clark) Boston. 

11253-11265 
American lion. Model of lion re- 
clining. 

Bloodhound. Model of dog on scent. 

Coin dance. [Model of nude girl 
poised on right foot in dancing pos- 
ture with head thrown back] 

Dog and whip. Model of door- 
knocker in form of dog's head hold- 
ing whip in mouth. 

For humanity. [Bas-relief plaque of 
battlefield showing Red cross nurse 
holding up wounded soldier to whom 
Jesus is extending his hand] 

Greyhound. Model of long slim dog 
standing with head up. 

Lincoln (Abraham) Base-relief 
plaque showing right profile bust of 
Lincoln. 

Merode (Cleo de) Model of bust 
of woman on circular base. 

One of New York's old time salts. 
Model of bust of man on block and 
fall base. 

Pointer. Model of dog at point. 

Swimmer and the nymph Tankard. 
Model of male and female figures 
coming out of sea. 

To the motherhood of America. 
[Design of square monument with arch 
and group of figures in front and 
sides, surmounted by sculptured group, 
and supported by broad circular base] 

Truth. [Model of light bearer in 
form of nude girl holding torch in 
right hand above head] 

© 1 c. each June 13, July 11, 1923 ; 
G 68874, 6S979-6S990. 



O'Connor (James P.) 
N. J. 
Lucky strike tobacco, 
ing by fence and lookins 



Jersey City, 

11266 

[Man stand- 

; up at aero- 



plane writing smoke letters in sky] 
© 1 c. June 30, 1923 ; G 69016. 



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pt rv, n. s., v. 18 



Onondaga pottery co., Syracuse, N. Y. 

11267 

Naples; by Mrs. R. J. Lighthall. 
Fruit spray design for plate. © 1 c. 
June 8, 1923; G 68648. 

Orb (Helen Ruth) Chicago. 11268 
June. Model of seated female figure 
with flowers. © 1 c. July 19. 1923 ; G 
69031. 

Osborne co., Newark. N. J. 

11269-11292 

Between two minds ; by R. Farring- 
ton Elwell. Hunter aiming at ani- 
mals in distance is suprised by skunk 
near his hat. 

Canyon king; by R. Farrington 
Elwell. Two men in canoe in narrow 
stream between high mountains, front 
man landing fish. 

Clipper ship; by L. H. Robertson. 
Moonlight scene showing three-masted 
ship with square sails at sea. 

Constantinople; by Yeend King. 
People carrying baskets down street of 
low steps, with many buildings on 
each side and tower in distance. 

Girl looking into pool; by H. M. 
Brett. Girl seated on edge of pool 
looking at reflection of herself and the 
moon. 

Girl, yellow roses; by L. G. Wool- 
fenden. Girl facing left with wavy 
hair, pearls around neck holding 
bunch of roses in arms. 

Homeward trail ; by R. Farrington 
Elwell. On bleak wintry night, pack 
horse followed by man on horse going 
down trail toward home. 

Kezar Lake, Maine; by L. H. Rob- 
ertson. View of lake by moonlight 
showing man in small boat fishing, 
three large trees in foreground and 
mountains in distance. 

Ludgate Hill, London ; by Yeend 
King. Perspective of street showing 
bus coming under elevated crossing, 
with large dome and several spires in 
background. 

Mere cares vanish; by R. Farring- 
ton Elwell. Two men camping on edge 
of stream seated near camp-fire. 

Moonlight, palms, Rio Janeiro; by 
L. H. Robertson. Edge of land in fore- 
ground with six palm trees at right. 
shrubbery at left and moonlight re- 
flected on water in background. 

Mother and baby; by H. M. Brett. 
Mother holding baby up in branches of 
apple tree in full bloom. 



by L. G. Woolf enden. Left pro- 
file of mother holding sleeping baby to 
her breast. 

On an opossum trail ; by R. Far- 
rington Elwell. Two men, one of 
whom has torch, watching dog follow- 
ing scent of opossum. 

One real thriller. Man in mountain 
stream fishing with reel and hand net. 

Pals ; by R. Farrington Elwell. Man 
and dog in canoe drifting down stream 
by large rock, with pine trees in back- 
ground. 

Panel, birch tree, brook; by L. H. 
Robertson. Brook in center with tall 
birch tree on left bank and bridge 
near it. 

Sackville St., Dublin; by Yeend 
King. Perspective of street showing 
statue of man in center, large build- 
ings on each side and tall mouments 
in background. 

Shansi, China; by Yeend King. 
Big arch in center of street above 
which is tower of many balconies built 
in tiers. 

Test of nerves ; by R. Farrington 
Elwell. Man in checkered mackinaw 
and snow shoes, fallen over tree, and 
shooting at wild beast. 

Trapping in the big timber ; by R. 
Farrington Elwell. Man in checkered 
N mackinaw on knees in snow setting 
trap. 

Troller; by R. Farrington Elwell. 
Two men in square boat, nearest of 
whom is fishing as sun rises. 

Voice of the night ; by R. Farring- 
ton Elwell. Wolf howling on moun- 
tain top overlooking village in valley. 

Winged hunter ; by R. Farrington 
Elwell. Eagle preying on wild ducks. 

© 1 each c. June 16, 1923 ; G 68689- 
68712. 

Pappas (Peter Trevezeas) Chicago. 

11293 

Hellas, the mother of Christianity. 

[Twin eagle pen drawing above scene 

showing mother fondling her baby] 

© 1 c June 20, 1923 ; G 68881. 

Peaslee (Horace W.) Washington. 

11294 
Standard milestone. [Design of tab- 
let monument on plaza south of White 
House. © 1 c. June 22, 1923 ; G 68887. 

Petersen (Christian) 
Mass. 

Roosevelt (Theodore) [Bas-relief 
plaque showing front view bust por- 
trait.] © 1 c. June 9, 1923; G 68649. 



Attleboro, 
11295 



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11320 



Phelps (Edward C.) Philadelphia. 

11296 
Eagle. Design showing head and 
section of wings of eagle with cir- 
cular opening therein. © 1 c. July 6, 
1923 ; G 68962. 

Post (Georgia Allen) Forest Hills, 
. N. Y. 11297 

Luck kid. Model of figure of child 
with horseshoe for legs, four-leaf 
clover on head and wishbone in hands. 
© 1 c. July 3, 1923 ; G 68946. 

Potts (Ella H.) San Dimas, Calif. 

11298 

Orange maid. Model of little girl 

dressed in overalls, holding basket of 

oranges in hand. © 1 c. June 6, 1923 ; 

G 68624. 

Presbyterian reformed press, Provi- 
dence, B. I. 11299-11302 

God helping to protect. Child 
seated at window looking up to sky. 

How God protects birds in winter. 
Two littel boys in snow looking up at 
bird house in tree. 

Learning to be kind. One child cry- 
ing and another bending over him. 

Our Heavenly Father protecting ani- 
mals. Child seated in chair with piece 
of string in hands and cat at his side. 

© 1 c. each July 5, 1923 ; G 68952- 
68955. 

Proctor (Alexander Phimeuster) 
Palo Alto, Calif. 11303 

Circuit rider. Model of equestrian 
statue of man on horseback reading 
book. © 1 c. June 18, 1923 ; G 68875. 

Providence lithograph co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 11304-11307 

Outreach of the early church. 
Standing figures of Peter and John 
laying their hands on heads of two 
men kneeling before them. 

Reign of David. David seated be- 
side ark of the Lord. 

Revival under Samuel. Samuel 
standing with outstretched arms, be- 
side large stone, and mass of soldiers 
in background. 

Universal reign of Christ. Mary 
holding baby Jesus in her arms near 
manger, and three shepherds with 
sheep at right. 

© 1 c. each June 6, 1923 ; G 68634- 
68637. 



Puthuff (Hanson Duvall) Eagle 
Rock, Calif. 11308 

California afternoon. [Landscape 
showing large tree and shrubbery in 
foreground, and moutains in distance] 
© 1 c. May 28, 1923 ; G 68862. 

Raul (Harry Lewis) Orange, N. J. 

11309 
Lincoln (Abraham) Statue of Lin- 
coln standing with left hand on open 
book upon pedestal and right hand 
grasping folds of U. S. flag draped 
over right shoulder. © 1 c. July 13, 
1923 ; G 68992. 

Razalle (Tess S.) Santa Monica, 
Calif. 11310, 11311 

Spanish boy. [Model of figure of 
Spanish boy in native costume.] 

Spanish girl. [Model of figure of 
Spanish girl in native costume] 

© 1 c. each May 5, 1923 ; G 68904, 
68905. 

Rea (Louis E.) San Francisco. 

11312-11320 
Bit of Lucas Valley, Calif. [View 
of valley covered in grass, with clump 
of trees at left and barren hill in back- 
ground] © 1 c. June 6, 1923 ; G 68631. 

Diablo (Mt.) from the Berkeley 
Hills, Calif. [Slope of hill at right 
partly covered with shrubbery and 
barren mountain in distance] © 1 c. 
June 16, 1923 ; G 68686. 

Hills north of Lucas Valley, Calif. 
[Landscape showing several clumps of 
trees on slope of hill in foreground 
and row of barren hills in background] 
© 1 c. June 6, 1923 ; G 68627. 

Hills north of Wood Acre, Calif. 
[Valley partly covered with grass and 
shrubbery in foreground, and row of 
barren hills in background] © 1 c. 
June 6, 1923 ; G 68630. 

Tamalpais (Mt.) and Old Baldy. 
Calif. [Clumps of trees on slope of 
hill at left and on grass-covered 
meadow in foreground, and mountains 
in background] © 1 c. June 6, 1923 ; 
G 68632. 

Tamalpais (Mt.) from above Frank 
Valley, Calif. [Slope of hill partly 
covered with shrubbery in foreground, 
and barren mountain in background] 
© 1 c. June 6, 1923 ; G 68628. 

Tamalpais (Mt.) from hills east of 
Sleepy Hollow, Calif. [Shrubbery and 
grass on slopes of hills in foreground, 
and barren mountain in distance] © 
1 c. June 6, 1923 : G 6S633. 



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11321 



pt. iv, n. s., v. IS 



Rea (Louis E.) — Continued. 

View near Big Lagoon, Calif. 
[Small clump of trees at left, road in 
center, slope of hill in right and bar- 
ren hill in background] © 1 c. June 
16, 1923 ; G 68685. 

Whites Hill from near head of 
Sleepy Hollow, Calif. [Clusters of 
shrubbery on slope of hill at right, 
and barren hills in background] © 
1 c. June 6, 1923 ; G 68629. 

Reese (Gayle) Baltimore. 11321 

Thinking cat. [Model of cat reclin- 
ing with head up looking in distance] 
© 1 c. June 25, 1923 ; G 68890. 

Reinthal & Newman, New York. 

11322 
Daybreak; by Maxfield Parrish. 
Girl lying supine between two columns 
on bank of lake, looking up at nude 
girl leaning over her, while sun lights 
tops of mountains in background. © 
1 c. July 17, 1923 ; G 69014. 

Reynolds (Cake) New York 11323 
He can grow a new one, but can 
you? [Drawing of boy smiling and 
holding tooth on string] © 1 c. June 
25, 1923 ; G 68900. 

Riegg (Richakd) West New York, 
N. J. 11324, 11325 

Drawing for embroidery, 1 ; by Jacob 
Tanner [Rows of alternate rings 
with dot in center] 

2 ; by Jacob Tanner. [Three 

ornate vertical rows of circles and 
dots connected by lines] 

© 1 c. each July 23, 1923 ; G 69156, 
69157. 

Rorphuro (Jules Jacques) San Fran- 
cisco. 11326, 11327 

Resting. Four Indian ponies and 
three colts in foreground and Indian 
camp in distance. © 1 c. July 23, 
1923 ; G 69158. 

Waiting. Moonlight scene showing 
three horses and two dogs near Indian 
tent in foreground, and camp in dis- 
tance. © 1 c. June 2, 1923 ; G 68602. 

Ruskin (Lewis J.) Chicago. 11328 
Man sneezing; by Albert H. Wink- 
ler. [Drawing of bust of man with 
handkerchief in hand] © 1 c. June 
30, 1923 ; G 68939. 

Sanders (Adam Achad) New York. 

11329 
Israel. [Sculptured bust of elderly 
man with beard] © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1923 ; 
G 69064. 



Saesi (O. S.) Los Angles. 11330 

Ping Pong^ by Carlo Romanelli. 
Model of Chinese baby with paper in 
one hand and hole in other for in- 
cense stick. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1920; 
G 61590. 

Satheeley (Aethur Edwaed) New 
York. 11331 

What matters the chassis, I'm on 
tires. Comic drawing of man driving 
home-made automobile drawn by dog] 
© 1 c. July 10, 1923 ; G 68976. 

Selby shoe co., Portsmouth, Ohio. 

11332, 11333 

Country road scene; by Warren 
Baumgartner. Drawing of country 
road, pair of Oxford shoes, and wire- 
less station on ship. © 1 c. July 11, 
1923 ; G 69017. 

Stage coach ; by Warren Baumgart- 
ner. Drawing showing stage coach, 
pair of slippers and Pullman car. © 
1 c. May 23, 1923 ; G 68622. 

Sellen (Joseph M.) Kansas City, Mo. 

11334 

September morn. Model of nude 

figure of woman standing in water 

with electric light at her feet. © 1 

c. July 23, 1923 ; G 69159. 

Selz, schwab & co., Chicago. 11335 
Girl with feather fan. [Right three- 
quarter view of girl standing against 
banister with fan in left hand] © 
1 c. Aug. 1, 1923 ; G 69197. 

Shirley (Charles E.) Huntington, 
W. Va. 11336-11341 

Benevolent and protective order of 
elks emblem. Oval design with star 
above elk's head on clock dial and 
lettering below. © 1 c. July 30, 1923 ; 
G 69185. 

Brotherhood of railroad trainmen 
emblem. Oval design with lantern 
between two flags at top and lettering 
in brake-wheel in center. © 1 c. Julv 
30, 1923 ; G 69186. 

Improved order of red men emblem. 
Oval design with eagle bearing let- 
tered scroll at top above tent and In- 
dian head on shield. © 1 c. July 20, 
1923 ; G 69135. 

Independent order of Odd Fellows 
emblem. Drawing of symbols of or- 
der on oval-shaped glass. © 1 c. June 
13, 1923 ; G 68909. 

Knights of the Maccabees emblem. 
Oval design on which is globe with all- 
seeing eye above, crossed swords, 
battle-axes and spear at sides. © 1 
c. July 20, 1923 ; G 69234. 



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no. 3, 1923 



11362 



Rock of Ages memorial. Oval paint- 
ing showing girl clinging to cross 
partly submerged in water. © 1 c. 
June 20, 1923 ; G 68878. 

Shutt (William Heney) Blackpool, 
England. 11342 

Dawn of hope; by Sam Brown. 
Irish exile on foreign shore, with hat 
in hand, visualizing Ireland as rising 
sun across ocean, © 1 c. July 23, 
1923 ; G 69153. 

Sidenee (Chas. H.) and Woodmansee 
(A. M.) Cincinnati. 11343 

Thrift messenger ; by Clifford E. 
Ewing. Drawing of lettering on scroll 
with figure of Apollo in center. © 
1 c. May 16, 1923 ; G 68653. 

Skoog (Kael Feedeeick) Cambridge, 
Mass. 11344 

America victorious. Tall shaft on 
broad base with figures of soldiers 
and draped heroic female figure break- 
ing sword across knee. © 1 c. June 
6, 1923 ; G 68859. 

Smaet (E. Hodgson) Cleveland. 

11345, 11346 

Harding (Pres. Warren G.) Left 
three-quarter view of Mr. Harding 
standing with paper held in both hands. 
© 1 c. July 24, 1923 ; G 69161. 

Pershing (Gen. John) Left three- 
quarter view of general standing with 
gloves in left hand. © 1 C. June 30, 
1923; G 68961. 

Smith (C. Rogees) Middletown, N. Y. 

11347 
Tomb, Wood. [Design of square 
vault with pilasters at corners, entab- 
lature inscribed, Wood, surmounted by 
pediment, with base and sub-base] © 
1 c. July 18, 1923 ; G 69030. 

Smith (Ismael) and Isasi (Jose M.) 
Washington. 11348 

Little Flower; by Ismael Smith. 
[Model of figure of nun standing with 
ounch of flowers in hands] © 1 c. 
July 25, 1923 ; G 69169. 

Standabd oil Co., San Francisco. 

11349 

Nodome ; by Louis A. Lauck. Model 

of headless man in attire of laborer 

standing with inverted pan for head. 

© 1 c. July 17, 1923 ; G 69011. 

Steeling photo co., Newark, N. J. 

11350 

Frame for photographs ; by George 

I. Schreiber. [Drawing of frame with 

conventional decoration] © 1 c. June 

23, 1923 ; G 6S90S. 



Stevens embeoideey works, West Ho- 
boken, N. J. 11351-11354 

Design for embroidery, 1059. Sur- 
rounding square cut open with threads 
spanned across open spaces and in- 
side square filled with ornament fan 
design. 

1060. Surrounding equare cut 

open and threads spanned over open 
spaces, and inside square filled with 
imitation fur effect. 

1061. Surrounding square cut 

open with threads spanned across 
open spaces, and inside square filled 
with weaving effect. 

1062. Surrounding square cut 

open with threads spanned across open 
spaces and inside square covered with 
imitation Jersey cloth effect. 

©1 c. each July 7, 1923; G 68971- 
68974. 

Storey (Geace) New York. 11355 

Bye-lo baby. Model of infant head. 
© 1 c. June 7, 1923 ; G 68638. 

Studeeus beos., inc., New York. 

11356-11358 

Design for embroidery, 835; by 

Henry D. Menzer. [All over design 

of flowers] © 1 c. June 22, 1923; 

G 68884. 

— — 846; by Henry D. Menzer. 
[Turtles among leaves] © 1 c. July 
20, 1923 ; G 69133. 

907 ; by Henry D. Menzer. 

[Drawing of two circular figures sur- 
rounded by triangles] © 1 c. Aug. 1, 
1923; G 69194. 

Sweeney lithogeaph co., Belleville. 
N. J. 11359 

Ice-cream design ; by Robert B. 
Robinson. [Boy seated at table eat- 
ing ice-cream] © 1 c. June 8, 1923 : 
G 68647. 

Taee (Ruth) Cleveland. 11360 

King Tut. Model of doll. © 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1923 ; G 6S031. 

Thomas (Frances E.) Dallas, Tex. 

11361 

De Molay. Statuette of boy wear- 
ing De Molay patrol uniform. © 1 
c. June 28, 1923; G 6S927. 
Toch bros., inc., New York. 11364 

Toch City; by Fred. F. Siemsen. 
[Drawing of sky-line of city showing 
tall buildings, river and bridge in 
foreground] © 1 c. July 26, 1923 : G 
69173. 



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Tiffany (Louis C.) New York. 

11362, 11363 

Stewart monument. [Design of 
tablet monument with Celtic cross at 
top] 

Swayne monument. [Design of 
tablet monument having three panels 
with relief of flowers in first and 
branches of leaves in other two] 

© 1 c. each June 19, 1923 ; G 68867, 
68868. 

Ulmer (Claeence Conrad) Norwood, 
O. 11365 

Floor lamp. Design of lamp with 
four clusters of roses and leaves on 
base and garlands of roses on spiral 
standard. © 1 c. May 28, 1923; G 
68926. 

Unger (Paul) West New York, N. Y. 

11366 
Embroidered collar. [Drawing of 
border of flowers and leaves] © 1 c. 
May 31, 1923 ; G 68671. 

United States infantry assn., Wash- 
ington. 11367 
Infantry trophy; by E. M. Viques- 
ney. Sculptured group of two soldiers 
depicting two fundamentals of in- 
fantry combat, fire and movement. © 
1 c. July 26, 1923 ; G 69174. 

Yiaggio (Peter) New York. 11368 
Dancing figures. [Model of short 
fat man and tall woman dancing in 
surf] © 1 c. July 20, 1923 ; G 69136. 
Wahl co., Chicago. 11369 

Shake hands with your customers 
every day with eversharp ; by Ray- 
mond W. Warren. Drawing of man 
seated at desk and small figures ad- 
vancing from map on wall to shake 
hands with him. © 1 c. May 17, 1923 ; 
G 68604. 

Walcutt bros. co., New York. 

11370-11380 

Conventional design, 571; by Alfred 
A. Scharbius. [Drawing of leaf bor- 
der around panel of bars and circles] 

572; by Alfred A. Scharbius. 

[Drawing of festoon draped below bar 
on which is mask] 

573; by Alfred A. Scharbius. 

Drawing of leaf border forming 
frame. 

576; by Alfred A. Scharbius. 

[Drawing of vine border around 
panel] 

2404; by Erickson & Weiss. 

[Conventional bowl and leaves below 
bar] 



2416; by Erickson & Weiss. 

[Shield with palm branch on each 
side below bar] 

Flower and bird design, 2412 ; by 
Kahrman & Scholle. [Bird's and fes- 
toons of flowers under bar] 

Flower design, 2402; by Erickson 

& Weiss. [Large flower surrounded 

by small flowers and leaves below 
bar] 

2408; by Kahrman & Scholle. 

[Spray of flowers on lattice] 

• 2410; by Kahrman & Scholle. 

[Spray of flowers and leaves under 
bar] 

2418; by Erickson & Weiss. 

[Large flower and leaves on lattice 
below bar] 

2420; by Erickson & Weiss. 

[Bunches of roses below bar] 

2422; by Erickson & Weiss. 

[Garlands of flowers below double 
bar] 

Frame, 574 ; by Alfred A. Scharbius. 
Drawing of frame enclosing scene of 
house and garden. 

575: by Alfred A. Scharbius. 

[Drawing of frame around landscape 
and farmhouse] 

Leaf and flower design, 2406; by 
Kahrman & Scholle. [Spray of leaves 
and flowers below bar] 

Leaf design, 2400; by Kahrman & 
Scholle. [Spray of leaves below bar] 

2414; by Kahrman & Scholle. 

[Spray of leaves and buds below bar] 

2424; by Erickson & Weiss. 

[Leaves scattered over bar] 

© 1 c. each July 13, 21, 1923; G 
68993-68998, 69140-69152. 

Weickum (Louis) Astoria, N. Y. 

11389-11392 

Clipper, James T. Baines. [Draw- 
ing showing side view of three-mast 
ship under full sail at sea] 

Golden Hinde. [Drawing of ship 
with square sails sailing on rough 
sea] 

Spanish galleon. [Drawing of rear 
view of large ship of 16th century 
in harbor] 

Victory at Trafalgar. [Drawing 
showing front view of ship engaged 
in battle with other ships on open 
sea] 

© 1 c. each June 6, 1923 ; G 68625, 
68626, 68963, 68964. 



212 



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no. 3, 1923 



11408 



WEIDLICH BROS. MFG. 

Conn. 



CO. 



Bridgeport. 
11393 



Indian; by Alfred J. Flauder. 
[Model of Indian seated on rock with 
bow in hand] © 1 c. July 10, 1923 ; G 



Wemmek (H. G.) Lima, O. 

11394, 11395 

El Verso display ; by Wolf and La- 
venson. [Tablet with Cuban land- 
scape below inscription] 

San Felice display; by Wolf & La- 
venson. [Panel showing men buying 
cigars over counter in store] 

© 1 c. each May 23, 1923 ; G 68620, 
68621. 

Wheeler (Kathleen) Chicago. 

11396-11399 

Great characters of literature, 

Christmas carol. Model of book-end 

with figure of Bob Cratchit holding 

boy Tiny Tim on shoulder. 

Christmas carol. Model of 

book-end with figure of Old Scrooge in 
beaver hat and overcoat. 

Three musketeers. Model of 

book-ends with figures of D'Artagnan, 
and Porthos, Athos and Aramis in cos- 
tume of 13th century, in two groups. 

© 1 c. each July 19. 1923 ; G. 69032- 
69035. 

Witcombe-McGeachin & co., New 
York. 11400-11402 

Hampstead; by H. Maisch. Draw- 
ing of rows of flowers and branches. 
© 1 c. July 23, 1923 ; G 69155. 

Penrith ; by H. Maisch. Drawing of 
birds among fruits and flowers. © 1 
c. July 21, 1923 ; G 69139. 



Sheringham ; by Robert Kahrman. 
Drawing of squares and flowers. © 1 
c. July 23, 1923; G 69154. 



Wolff (Louis) & co., ltd. 



London. 
11403 
Summer song ; by Frank M. Bennett. 
Interior of room showing table on 
which are table cloth, bowl of roses, 
glass and bottle of wine, with man at 
right playing guitar and lady at left 
listening. © 1 c. June 20, 1923; G 
68930. 

Woodworth (Altena) Venice, Calif. 

11404 

Venice vamp, Marcia. Model of girl 

in Venetian costume standing with 

hands clasped under chin. © 1 c. July 

2, 1923; G 68940. 

Woronoff (Morris) Brooklyn. 11405 
Fair play; by Richard V. Schulter. 
[Drawing of group of boys dressed as 
Indians and cowboys, playing] © 1 c. 
June 22, 1923 ; G 68886. 

Worswick (Lloyd) New York. 11406 
Trophy. Statuette of boy standing 
on half globe pedestal, launching 
model aeroplane. © 1 c. July 28, 
1923; G 69181. 

Young mens Christian assn. of 
Cleveland, Cleveland, O. 11407 
Vision; by William J. Edmondson. 
[Group of young around small camp 
fire on top of hill holding banner] © 
1 c. July 14, 1923; G 69000. 

Zeller (Charles Edward) Kitchener, 

Ontario, Canada. 11408 

Spark plug. [Model of grotesque 

figure of horse with blanket on] © 1 

c. June 22, 1923 ; G 68883. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 

1923 ., 1, 95 r 



213 



CLASS H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 
OF- A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Adams (Ansel E.) San Francisco. 

11409, 11410 

Banner Peak from shore of Thou- 
sand Island Lake at sunset. © Aug. 
24, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; J 263609. 

Iceberg Lake and the Minavetts. © 
Sept. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 12 ; J 263724. 

Adams (Ansel Easton) Yosemite, 
Calif. 11411 

Tenaya Lake and surrounding moun- 
tains, Mt. Conness in distance, tele- 
photograph. © June 30, 1923; 2 c. 
July 5 ; J 262875. 

Adams (Joseph) Indianapolis. 11412 
Junior order united American me- 
chanics. Our emblematic and histori- 
cal emblem. © July 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 
11; K 178029. 

Adams ( Samuel E.) Cleveland. 11413 
Minor market movements from June 

1, 1922 to July, 1923. © July 10, 1923 ; 
2 c. Aug. 1 ; I 8237. 

Adkisson (Charles Willis) Harri- 

man, Tenn. 11414 

Harriman, Tenn., illuminated cross. 

© July 30, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 6 ; J 263571. 

Adler (David) & sons co., Milwau- 
kee. 11415-11424 

[10 prints] : 

[Asbury] — [Chatham] — [Cornell, 
jr.] — [De Lage] — [Exmoor] — [Hal- 
dane] — [Kenwick] — [Parram] — [Pine- 
hurst] — [Threeston] © Aug. 11, 
1923; 2 c. each Aug. 30; K 177848- 
177857. 

Aerograph co., Los Angeles. 

11425-11432 

Long Beach, Calif., 267-269. © July 

2, 1923 ; 2 c. July 9 ; J 263191-263193. 
C. E. convention, June 27- July 

1, 1923, 265. © June 29, 1923; 2 c. 
July 9 ; J 262896. 

Palas Verdes opening, 260. © June 
18, 1923 ; 2 c. June 25 ; J 262453. 

Redondo pike, 425. © June 18, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 9 ; J 2628S6. 



Torrence, Calif., 424. © June 18, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 25 ; J 262454. 

Torrey pine lodge, 284. © July 27, 
1923; 2 c. Aug. 6; J 263326. 

Ahlborn (Theodor) Chicago. 11433 
Aerodion, 19723 [Blueprint] © 
July 1, 1923 ; 2 c. July 18 ; I 8185. 

Ajello (Antonino) New York. 11434 
Caruso (Enrico) memorial candle. 
© Dec. 8, 1922; 2 c. June 13, 1923; 
K 176332. 

Aldrich (Harry D.) Buffalo. 11435 
Bible chronology and prophetic par- 
allels of God's plan. [Blueprint] © 
June 23, 1923 ; 2 c. June 22 ; I 8167. 

Alexander, (Maurice B.) Solomons, 
Md. 11436 

[Sacred Heart pleading] © June 6, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 26 ; K 176292. 

Alexander (Melville Richmond) 
Balboa Hts., Canal Zone. 11437 
[Reinforced concrete slide rule 
drawing, an arrangement of logorith- 
mic scales. Blueprint] © 1 c. Aug. 
6, 1923 ; I 8244. 

All sports poster service, Grand Rap- 
ids, Mich. 11438-11440 

[3 prints] : 

Basket ball.— Foot ball, 1, 2. © 
Aug. 21, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 27; 
K 177767-177769. 

(Jessie D.) 



Providence, 
11441-11443 



Allardice 
R. I. 

[3 prints] : 

Boat house in two settings, Roger 
Williams park. — Confluence of the 
Woonasquatucket and Moshassuck 
Rivers, development of transporta- 
tion. — Public library garden, a metro- 
politan view. © Aug. 17, 1923; 2 c. 
each Aug. 21 ; K 177632-177634. 

Allen A. co., Kenosha. Wis. 11444 
Good looks and extra money's worth. 
(In Harpers, Sept., 1923) © Sept. 1, 
1923 : 2 c. Sept. 21 ; K 17S335. 



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11445 



pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Alman & co., New York. 11445-11448 
Cassinelli (Dolores) © Aug. 8, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 11 ; J 263362. 

A. B. © May 23, 1923; 2 c. 

each May 25 ; J 262876, 262877. 

and Giacinto Sanges. © May 

23, 1923 ; 2 c. May 25 ; J 262878. 

Amer. appraisal co., Milwaukee. 

11449 
Chart of building price trend for 
eastern cities 1913—100%. © June 6, 
1923 : 2 c. June 18 ; I 8175. 

American bank note co., New York. 

11450-11461 

Bernardes (Arthur) Banco do Bra- 

sil, special C 484. © June 18, 1923; 

2 c. July 2 ; K 176355. 

Canal do manque, banco do Brasil, 
special C 1873. © July 6, 1923; 2 c. 
Aug. 11; K 177410. 

Don Pedro, 1, special C 485. © June 
26, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 11 ; K 177412. 

Gloria Hill, banco do Brasil, special 
C 1876. © July 16, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 
11; K 177407. 

Monumento do ypiranga. banco do 
Brasil, special C 1877. © July 20, 
1923; 2 c. Aug. 11; K 177406. 

Palacio da liberdade. banco do Bra- 
sil, special C 1875. © July 9, 1923; 
2 c. Aug. 11; K 177409. 

Sen {Dr. Sun Yat) central bank of 
China, special C 486. © July 11, 1923 ; 
2 c. Aug. 11 ; K 177408. 

Ship loading, C 1874. © July 5, 
1923; 2 c. Aug. 11; K 177411. 

Vidal (Sampaio) Banco do Bra- 
sil, special C 483. © June 18, 1923; 
2 c. July 2 ; K 176356. 

[3 prints] 

Chinese country view. C 1866. — 
Shipping and railway, C 1864— C 1865. 
© May 8, 1923 2 c. each July 2; 
K 176357-176359. 

Amer. chicle co., Long Island City, 

N. Y. 11462 

Here's a bite, brother. {In Short 

stories, Aug. 25, 1923) © Aug. 20, 

1923 ; 1 c. Sept. 13 ; K 178198. 

Amer. medical assn., San Francisco. 

11463 
[Street in Chinatown] © June 21, 
1923; 1 c. July 11; 1 c. Aug. 6; 
K 177526. 



American photograph co., Columbus, 
O. 11464 

Harding (Warren G.) funeral, Mar- 
ion, O., where president sleeps in new 
shrine of patriotism. © Aug. 17, 1923 ; 
2 c. Aug. 31 ; J 263629. 

Amer. picture syndicate, San Fran- 
cisco. 11465 
U. S. of Amer., the Star Spangled 
banner. © Aug. 6, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 
11; K 178223. 

American stores co., Philadelphia. 

11466 
Pals. © Sept. 10, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 
15 ; K 178232. 

American studio, New York. 

11467-11476 

New York {City) : 

Aquarium. — Bowling Green and 
Broadway. — Curb market bldg. — Fi- 
nancial district. — Francis tavern. — 
Produce exchange. — Steamship row. — 
Stock exchange and Wall st. — Times 
square looking north. — Wall St., Assay 
bldg. © June 9, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 
11 ; J 262517-262527. 

Amer. Sunday school union, Phila- 
delphia. 11477 
[Jesus and the two blind men.] © 
July 23, 1923 ; 2 c. July 26 ; K 177005. 

Andersen (Emanuel C.) Long Island, 
N. Y. '11478 

Boi de Rome; by Sir Thomas Law- 
rence. © Apr. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 13 ; 
K 178221. 

Andis (Leslie E.) Scottsburg, Ind. 

11479 
Scottsburg, Ind., High school. © 
June 30, 1923 ; 2 c. July 2 ; J 262683. 

Angvire (O. L. P.) Spokane, Wash. 

11480-11483 
Thomson (Elizabeth) Princess Co- 
lumbia, A-D. © 1 c. each June 14, 

1923; J 262964-262967. 

Anson (Charles Lyman) Wheaton, 

111. 11484-11498 

Sillyettes, June 1, 2, 4-9, 11-16, 18. 

[Daily] © June 1, 2, 4-9, 11-16, 18; 

1 c. each July 3-9 ; K 176322-176331, 
176539-176543. 

Armstrong (Donald H.) Los Angeles. 

11499 
Beach club menu. © Aug. 15, 1923 ; 

2 c. Aug. 20; K 177578. 



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no. 3, 1923 



11571 



Arnold & co., inc., Seattle. 

11500-11503 

Proposed income chart. © May 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 17 ; I 8113. 

[3 blueprints] : 

Pentagram approved enterprise,lb. — 
Pentagram supervised enterprise, 3a. — 
Pentagram surveyed enterprise, la. 
•© May 1, 1923; 2 c. each May 17; 

1 8114-8116. 

Art engraving co.. inc., St. Paul. 

11504, 11505 

Looking east from library. © Aug. 
1, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; K 177538. 

Summit park. © July 1, 1923 ; 2 c. 
July 13 ; K 176625. 

Askin (Morris W.) Washington. 

11506, 11507 

In the place of the divine we wel- 
come the shrine. © June 1, 1923 ; 2 c. 
July 2 ; K 176313. 

Welcome nobles of the shrine. © 
June 1, 1923 ; 2 c. July 2 ; K 176314. 

Auger (Louis N.) Los Angeles. 

11508-11510 

Model 5A flood lamp. © July 18, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 11 ; K 177378. 

Model 5B lamp. © July 18, 1923; 

2 c. Aug. 11 ; K 177379. 

Velvo photo lite. © June 10, 1923 ; 
2 c. Aug. 11 ; K 177377. 

Augustine (Archie M.) Normal, 111. 

11511 

4 year old giant Concord grape. © 

Sept. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 14 ; J 263740. 

Austin (Nettie Hall) Washington. 

11512-11526 

[15 photographs] : 

Gate of the prophet, through which 
■Christ passed when he entered Jerusa- 
lem, 23. — Gizeh, Egypt, British troops 
passing the pyramids, silhouette, 87. — 
Grave stone of Arab chief, Arabic in- 
scription, 93. — In the garden of Geth- 
semane, 5. — Jordan (River) 55. — 
Marathon, Greece, Greek church, 
100. — Memphis, Egypt, little sphinx, 
84. — Nile near where Moses was found 
in the bulrushes, 80. — Old and new, 
modern foreground against the Mt. of 
Olives, 39. — Old Turkish mosque 
refugee building now, 107. — Pilgrims 
bathing in River Jordan, 57. — Place 
where Christ stood when he wept over 
Jerusalem, 3. — Sea of Gallilee at Ti- 
berius, 78. — Thro the arches, mosque 
of Omar, Jerusalem, 19. — Two Moa- 
bite women, Jerusalem, 14. © Aug. 
22, 1923 ; 2 c. each Sept. 4 ; J 263642- 
263656. 



Ayers (Milton A.) San Francisco. 

11527 
Harding's (President) cortege at 
S. P. railroad station. © 1 c. Aug. 
11, 1923 ; J 263358. 

Baechler (Charles) Lompoc, Calif. 

11528 
Rattlesnake and rabbit. © Sept. 4, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 10 ; J 263702. 

Ball studio, Corvallis, Or. 

Corvallis, Or.: 11529-11532 

Chicken farm of J. A. Hansen from 
airplane. — From across Willamette 
River, showing bridge, airplane 
view. — Oregon agriculture college cam- 
pus from airplane. — Oregon agricul- 
ture college from airplane. © Aug. 9, 
1923; 2 c. each Sept. 17; J 263814- 
263817. 

Banker Evans Brisebois co., Detroit. 

11533 
Profit earning bond. © Aug. 24, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 ; K 177880. 

Banks (Clyde) Bellingham, Wash. 

11534-11543 

Baker (Mt.) from Skyline. © Aug. 
8, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 13 ; J 263377. 

Bellingham, Wash., Inspiration 
Point. © July 5, 1923 ; 2 c. July 11 ; 
J 262925. 

Nooksack River: At sunset. — Eve- 
ning on. — Near Deming. — Scene. © 
July 5, 1923; 2 c. each July 11; 
J 262923, 262924, 262926, 262927. 

Skyline Ridge, Mt. Baker. © Aug. 
8, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 13 ; J 263376. 

[3 photographs] : 

Baker (Mt.) from Chain Lakes. — 
Shuksan (Mt.) from Table Moun- 
tain. — View from Chain Lakes. © 
Sept. 12, 1923; 2 c. each Sept. 18; 
J 263776-263778. 

Barnes (Al G.) amusement co., 
Palms, Calif. 11544-11571 

[28 photographs] : 

Aassen (Johaan) and midgets. — 
Barnes (Al G.) after circus entry. — 
Barnes (Al G.) and pet reindeer. — 
Barnes (Al G.) and Tusko. — Boy and 
reindeer. — Boy inspects midgets. — 
Buffalo in harness. — Circus queen. — 
Dog adopts monkey. — Early morning 
circus scene. — Eko and Iko. — Ele- 
phant asleep. — Johnny's proudest 
moment. — Just circus midgets.- — Kan- 
garooster dance. — Le Clair (Lottie) as 
circus queen. — Lotus finishes her 
task. — Midgets visit giant. — Ostriches 
ready to race. — Racing ostriches await 
word to go. — Riccardo (Margaret) and 



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11572 



pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Baenes (A. G.) amusement co. — Con. 

[28 photographs] — Continued. 
Jewell. — Sacred oxen of circus. — Six 
kangaroosters. — Suzette (Mme.) and 
baby. — Tusko holds reception. — Two 
circus queens. — Two youngsters of the 
circus. — Zebra head. © June 25, 1923 ; 
2 c. each June 27 ; J 262483-262510. 

Barnes (Edwin N. C.) Washington. 

11572 

King Sol in flowerland, stage plan. 

© Nov. 20, 1922; 2 c. Mar. 23, 1923; 

1 8226. 

Baenette (Alfonso L.) Lake Charles, 

La. 11573, 11574 

Lake Charles, La., 3, 4. © Aug. 27. 

1923; 2 c. each Aug. 31; J 263630, 

263631. 

Baer (C. Feed) Winchester, Va. 

11575 

Winchester, Va., Handley school, 

aeroplane view. © Sept. 10, 1923; 

2 c. Sept. 17 ; J 263743. 

Bartley (D. C.) Zillah, Wash. 

11576 
Salmon jumping falls on Yakima 
River near Zillah, Wash. © June 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 7 ; J 262879. 

Bateham (C. S.) Norwalk, O. 11577 
Edison (Thos. A.) at his birthplace, 
Milan, O. © Aug. 11, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 
22; J 263556. 

Bawden beos., inc., Davenport, la. 

11578 
Mississippi Valley fair, night pho- 
tograph. © Aug. 17, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 
29 ; J 263622. 

Beattie (James Walter) Los Angeles. 
11579-11583 

Christ in the temple. © June 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 13 ; J 263679. 

[4 photographs] : 

Adultress. — Crucify him, crucify 
him. — Departure from the last sup- 
per.— Rebuke. © Sept. 1, 1923, 2 c. 
each. Aug. 13 ; J 263675-263678. 

Beiersdorfer (Paul) Celina, O. 

11584 

Johnson (J. D.) © July 7, 1923; 
2 c. July 13 ; J 262961. 

Bell (Alfred) & co., ltd., London. 

11585-11592 

[3 prints] : 

[Carcassonne, France] by F. Mar- 
riott. — [Stacking hay] by L. Dupont, 
after Birket Foster. — [Summer] by L. 
Dupont, after Birket Foster. © Aug. 



1, 1923 ; 2 c. each July 27 ; K 177422- 
177424. 

[5 prints] : 

[St. Paul's cathedral from Ludgate 
hill; by J. Alphege Brewer] — [Sunny 
south; by F. Marriott] — Surrey in 
June; by James Matthews. — Sussex 
homestead; by James Matthews. — 
Westminster (Big ben) ; by J. Alphege 
Brewer. © Aug. 18, 1923; 1 c. each 
Aug. 11 ; K 177663-177667. 

Bendore (Walter Gordon) Fort 
Bragg, Calif. 11593-11595 

Enchanted road. © Aug. 14, 1923; 
2 c. Aug. 20 ; J 263536. 

Indian mother and babe. © June 
30, 1923 ; 2 c. July 9 ; J 262889. 

Redwood portals. ©. Aug. 14, 1923 ; 
2 c. Aug. 20 ; J 263535. 

Benignus (Wm.) New York. 11596 
Alte muhle. © Sept. 24, 1923; 2 c. 
Sept. 26;.K 178421. 

Benson (Melvin B.) Chicago. 

11597 
Radio trouble finding chart. [Blue- 
print] © June 30, 1923 ; 2 c. July 11 ; 
I 8186. 

Bentley (Cyril Edmund) Atlanta. 

11598-11603 

Rev. Albertus Cuthbert Brown, 

D. D., Jan. 1-June 1. 1923. [Monthly] 

© Jan. 1-June 1, 1923 ; 1 c. each June 

25, July 12 ; K 176293, 176971-176975. 

Benziger bros., New York. 

11604-11611 

Wonder days illustrations. (In 
wonder days; by Marion Ames Tag- 
gart) : 

[Adoration of the Magi] — [Boy 
Jesus in St. Joseph's work shop] — 
Boy Jesus was never idle. — Child 
Jesus greatly loved his playmate, St. 
John. — Jesus listened reverently to the 
priests and answered questions cor- 
rectly — Jesus was diligent in his 
studies. — Our Blessed Lady, respecting 
the law, took her divine baby to the 
temple. — When asked to go to bed, 
Jesus obeyed promptly and never 
omitted [etc] © Aug. 20, 1923; 2 c. 
each Sept. 17 ; K 178302-178309. 

Beuick (Marshall D.) New York. 

11612 

Heath hens, male and female. © 

June 22, 1923 ; 2 c. June 23 ; J 262529. 

Bishop (Angus Allyn) Newport. Vt. 

11615 
Redmond (John W.) © July 28, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 1 ; J 263284. 



218 



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11738 



South Haven, 
11614-11616 



Blake (Beetha H.) 
Mich. 

[3 prints] : 

I am sending my love from Miami 
[etc] — In Mami. — On the blue bay of 
Biscayne [etc.] © Sept. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
each Sept. 1 ; K 178035-178037. 

Blatz (William) Belleville, 111. 

11617 

Scott field, 111., airship hangar. © 

May 21, 1923 ; 2 c. May 24 ; J 262894. 

Blickensderfer (Clark) Denver. 

11618-11626 

[9 photographs] : 

Approaching storm. — Long's Peak 
above the clouds. — Majestic pine. — 
Ptarmigan. — Rocky Mountain jay or 
camprobber. — Screech owl. — Western 
house wren. — Williamson's sap sucker, 
male. — Young crested jay. © May 28, 
1923; 2 c. each July 2; J 262698- 
262706. 

Bonnell (R. A.) Chicago. 11627 

Marseilles lock of the Illinois water- 
way, 32600. © Aug. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 
18; J 263729. 

Bonsall (James Wright) Detroit. 

11628-11630 
Bathing girl, 1. © Aug. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 11; J 263352. 

12, 13. © Aug. 7, 1923; 2 c. 

each Aug. 11; J 263348, 263349. 

Bon wit, Teller & co., New York. 

11631-11637 

[Decorative drawing. 518.] © Aug. 
25, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 5 ; K 178064. 

612. © Aug. 27, 1923; 2 c. 

Sept. 5 ; K 178060. 

613. © Aug. 27, 1923; 2 c. 

Sept. 5; K 178061. 

614. © Aug. 28, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 

5; K 178062. 

615. © Aug. 14, 1923; 2 c. 

Sept. 5; K 178063. 

616. © Aug. 19, 1923; 2 c. 

Aug. 31 ; K 178065. 

617. © Aug. 26. 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 

31 ; K 178066. 



Boston music co.. Boston. 



Whoo? © Julv 
1 ; K 177639. 



192J 



11638 
c. Aug. 



Brand (Harry Russell) New York. 

11639 
Contrology. © June 27. 1923 ; 2 c. 
June 28 ; K 176535. 



Bray and Lampel, inc., New York. 

11640 

Double breasted sacque suit. © 

Sept. 6, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 11; K178140. 

Brehmer (Louis F.) Rutland, Vt. 

11641-11643 

Coolidge (John) as giving oath of 
office to President Coolidge. © Aug. 
16, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 20 ; J 263534. 

Plymouth, Vt, birthplace of Presi- 
dent Calvin .Coolidge, July 4, 1872. © 
Aug. 14, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; J 263497. 

Room in which President Coolidge 
took oath of office, at Coolidge home- 
stead, Plymouth, Vt. © Aug. 28, 1923 ; 
2 c. Aug. 30 ; J 263625. 

Brigandi (Philip) Hollywood, Calif. 
11644-11738 

[95 photographs] : 

Baling alfalfa and weighing the 
bales, Imperial Valley, Calif., alfalfa, 
1, 165. — Breaking, unscrewing, rotary 
drill pipe with Dunn casing tongues, 
made in Calif., Calif., petroleum 12, 
69. — Calexico, Calif., bales of cotton 
from the gin waiting to go to the com- 
press to be pressed into smaller sized 
bales, cotton 8, 156. — Calexico, Calif., 
ginning cotton, these five machines 
will gin 35 bales in 11 hours, cotton 
5, 153.— Coachella, Calif., Cowgill 
date garden, Daglet Noor palm, planted 
about two years ago, dates 4, 104. — 
Deadman syphon of the I. A. aque- 
duct, eleven foot steel pipe carrying 
water from Owens River to Los 
Angeles, Calif., irrigation 7, 173. — El 
Centro, Calif., diversion gates and 
waste way at the Dahlia heading for 
distributing Colorado River water, ir- 
rigation 1, 167.— El Centro, Calif., 
diversion gates distributing irrigation 
water from Colorado River to the Im- 
perial Valley, close view, irrigation 2, 
168 — El Centro, Calif., tunnel carrying 
excess water and silt from automatic 
waste gate to New River and Salton 
Sea, irrigation 4, 170. — El Centro, 
Calif., wasteway at Dahlia heading 
diverting excess water and silt into 
the New River and Salton Sea, irri- 
gation 3, 169.— Fish tail bit attached 
to drill collar and rotary disk bit in 
foreground, petroleum 13, 70. — Fulling, 
interlocking the wool fibres by strik- 
ing the felt with heavy swinging ham- 
mers, Calif., wool 16, 130.— Guasti. 
Calif., grape juice being extracted 
from pomace in hydraulic press, grapes 
12, 12.— Guasti, Calif., loading gon- 
dola r. r. cars to haul grapes to winery 
to make Sacramental and medicinal 
wines, grapes 6, 6. — Guasti, Calif., 



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Brigandi (Philip) — Continued. 
[95 photographs] — Continued. 

microscopic examination of ferment- 
ing grape juices, grapes 10, 10. — 
Guasti, Calif., storage room of bar- 
rels in which grape juice and wine 
is shipped, grapes 16, 16. — Guasti, 
Calif., weighing grapes in gondola cars 
at r. r. track scales, grapes 7, 7. — 
Guasti, Calif., winery, interior, oak 
cases for storage of wine, grapes 15, 
15. — Guasti's wineries, Calif., chemical 
laboratory for final analysis of wines, 
grapes, 13, 13. — Hardening bats placed 
on endless apron subject to steaming 
and pressing under heavy plate, Calif., 
wool 15, 129.— Indio, Calif., Coachella 
Valley, Cook's ranch, cotton weighing, 
cotton 3, 151. — Indio, Calif., Cook's 
date garden, picking the ripe Daglet 
Noor date, dates 9, 109.— Indio, Calif., 
Cook's garden, non fruit bearing date 
palm and its staminate flowers, dates 
5, 105. — India, Calif., Cook's garden, 
removing offshot, 3 years old, from 
parent tree for transplanting, Daglet 
Noor date, dates 1, 101.— India, Calif., 
fine Daglet Noor dates, bunches weigh- 
ing from 30 to 50 lbs. each, close view, 
dates 10, 110.— Indio, Calif., hand 
grading of dates as to quality, dates 
13, 113.— Indio, Calif., packing the 
Daglet Noor dates, a promising in- 
dustry of Calif., only state where dates 
grow, dates 14, 114. — Indio, Calif., tank 
in which dates are sterilized before 
packing, capacity 2000 lbs., dates 12, 
112. — Kerckoff dam on San Joaquin 
River, part of power project in the 
Sierra Nevada Mts., Calif., irrigation 
10, 176. — King's Timm, fine specimen of 
Poland China hog, boar, 3 years old, 
weighs 1000 lbs., worth $1500, south- 
ern Calif., hogs 1, 160.— King's Timm, 
3 year old prize winning specimen of 
Poland China hog, boar, front view, 
southern Calif., hogs 2, 161. — La Brea 
oilfield, Calif., compressor station com- 
pressing gas coming from wells to 
separate gasoline from gas, petroleum 
18. 75. — Lamanda Park, Calif., auto- 
matic machine making crates for citrus 
fruit packing, oranges 16, 50. — 
Lamanda Park, Calif., automatic 
sizer distributing oranges to sizing 
bins, oranges 14, 48. — Lamanda Park, 
Calif., forking out grapes from gondola 
cars into cleat conveyor taking grapes 
to crusher, sizing bins, grapes 8, 8. — 
Lamanda Park, Calif., hand grading 
of lemons into trays according to 
quality, preparatory to packing, lem- 
ons 20, 54.— Lamanda Park, Calif., 
loading citrus fruits in r. r. cars, 



crates being fastened together with 
strips, lemons 22, 56. — Large wood 
stave pipe under construction for irri- 
gation purposes, near Lindsay, Calif., 
irrigation 6, 172. — Lindsay. Calif., 
beautiful orange grove of six year 
trees, snowcapped mountains in the 
distance, oranges, 3, 37. — Lindsay, 
Calif., orange grove of one year old 
trees, r. r. at hand for shipping facili- 
ties, oranges 2, 36. — Lindsay, Calif., 
Valencia orange tree seven years old, 
loaded with fruit, oranges 4, 38. — 
Loading refrigerator cars with grapes 
for eastern markets, 15.000 tons in one 
season from Guasti, Calif., grapes 5. 
5. — Los Angeles, Calif., beautiful 
clusters of grapefruit on tree, close 
view, oranges 6, 40. — Perfect specimen 
of Poland China hogs, sow, 2 and 4 
years old respectively, 800 lbs. each, 
southern Calif., hogs 3, 162. — Piano 
hammer felt, after passing breaker 
cards, wool is weighed and hand fed 
on finisher card. Calif., wool 22, 136.-^ 
Piano hammer felt sheets about to be 
pressed in hydraulic steam press, note 
taper of sheets, Calif., wool, 28. 142.— 
Piano hammer felt tapers from th'ck 
bass key to thick treble which is rolled 
harder, Calif., wool 27, 141. — Picking 
cotton, as there is no frost here the 
leaves are still on the plants at this 
time, near San Jacinto, Calif., cotton 
2, 150. — Redlands. Calif., expert pickers 
at work in a citrus grove, oranges 8. 
42. — Redlands. Calif., washing oranges 
in Parker cylinder brush washer, 
oranges 10. 44. — Richmond. Calif., 
standard oil refinery showing storage 
tanks, stills and condensers, petroleum 
21, 28. — Sandpapering surface of paper 
hammer felt to obtain smooth finish be- 
fore shipping. Calif., wool 29. 143, — 
Santa Fe Springs, Calif., clamps used 
in holding pipe for pulling or lowering 
the pipe in drilling wells, petroleum 
6, 63.— Santa Fe Springs, Calif., drill- 
ing crew connecting rotary drill pipe 
preparing to deepen oil well, petroleum 
4, 61. — Santa Fe Springs, Calif., geyser 
of oil being forced out by natural gas, 
orange groves destroyed by oil, petro- 
leum 20, 77. — Santa Fe Springs, Calif., 
lowering drill pipe on rotary table, 
inside of derrick, petroleum 3, 60. — 
Santa Fe Spring, Calif., pipe elevators 
holding the drill stem in suspension, 
petroleum 11, 68. — Shallow oil wells 
over the ocean at Summerland, near 
Santa Barbara, Calif., petroleum 1, 
58. — Showing Kelley square drill stem 
and bushing to grip stem while drill- 
ing with rotary table. Calif., petroleum 
10, 67.— Sylmar, Calif., automatic 



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grading machine sizing from 200 to 
240 boxes of olives a day, olives 
4, 87. — Sylmar, Calif., filling bot- 
tles with olive oil and putting corks 
and caps on bottles with hand ma- 
chine, olives 15, 98. — Sylmar, Calif., 
picking olives from grafted olive trees, 
olives 1, 84. — Sylmar, Calif., press 
room, five ton rolls crushing olives for 
olive oil making, olives 12, 95. — Syl- 
mar, Calif., racking room, where fruit 
juice from olives, is separated from 
water by gravity, olives 13, 96. — Sly- 
mar, Calif., wrapping bottles of olive 
oil ready for shipment, olives 16, 99. — 
Torrance, Calif., reducing billets to 
forging steel for oil tool making under 
500 ton hydraulic press, petroleum 22, 
79. — Torrance, Calif., rotary table used 
in latest method of drilling oil wells 
also rotary slush pumps in background, 
petroleum 25, 82. — Torrance, Calif., 
sprocket chains for twin engines and 
twin engines, drill stems, sand reels in 
background, petroleum 26, 83. — Under 
reamer, extreme left, used to enlarge 
hold under casing, also baler used to 
remove clay and sand, Calif., petro- 
leum 15, 72. — Visalia, Calif., auto- 
matic belts conveying peaches graded 
according to size to canning tables, 
peaches 9, 25. — Visalia, Calif., cans of 
peaches from steam box being capped 
at the rate of 100 cans per minute, 
peaches 12, 28. — Visalia. Calif., drying 
peaches after they have been taken out 
of the bleaching ovens, peaches 16, 
32. — Visalia, Calif., grader shaking 
peaches through different size holes 
down to automatic conveying belts, 
peaches 8, 24. — Visalia, Calif., trays 
filled with 1500 lbs. of sliced peaches 
being placed in sulphur bleaching 
ovens, peaches 15, 31. — Visalia, Calif., 
washing peaches after bleaching and 
automatically conveying them to 
grader, peaches 6, 22. — Washing with 
soap and squeezing between heavy rolls 
to remove any remaining grease from 
hammer felt wool, wool 25, 139. — West 
Alhambra, Calif., carded wool fed 
from chute onto hardener, steamed and 
pressed under heavy rolls, wool 24, 
138.— West Alhambra, Calif., die cut- 
ting* staple patterns from felt for slip- 
per manufacturing, wool 31, 145. — 
West Alhambra, Calif., direct finisher 
card feeding webb to former apron, 
in the background, wool 13, 127. — West 
Alhambra, Calif., drying wool, it is 
blown onto wire screens under glass 
roof, wool 7, 121. — West Alhambra, 
Calif., dyeing bolts of felt run over 
through dye vats on reels, wool 17, 
131.— West Alhambra. Calif., feed hop- 



11772 

per for carding machine, which distri- 
butes wool to feeder apron, wool 11, 
125.— West Alhambra, Calif., felt slip- 
pers fitting room where cut patterns 
are sewed together for lasting, wool, 
32, 146. — West Alhambra, Calif., 
finished cozy toes slippers about to be 
packed for shipping from Standard 
felt co., wool 33, 147.— West Alhambra, 
Calif., hand cutting novelty patterns 
from felt used in the manufacture of 
slippers, wool 30, 144. — West Alham- 
bra, Calif., hand fed wool passing 
through card and over slatted apron 
to hardener feed chute, wool 23, 137. — 
West Alhambra, Calif., making shoddy 
by tearing up woolen rags through 
picker machine, wool 10, 124. — West 
Alhambra, Calif., miding various wools 
together and starting through picker 
to loosen fibre, wool 8, 122. — West 
Alhambra, Calif., mixing wool and 
shoddy for cheap pad felt, wool 9, 
123. — West Alhambra, Calif., shearing, 
felt being sheared and brushed to re- 
move long wool fibers, wool 19, 133. — 
West Alhambra, Calif., sheets of 
piano hammer felt are cut into 36 
inches square and after fulling given 
another bath, wool 26, 140.— West 
Alhambra, Calif., sorting various 
grades of wool from the fleeces, wool 
2, 116.— West Alhambra, Calif., wool 
carried through scouring bowl, washed 
with soda and soaps to remove dirt 
and grease, wool 3, 117. — West Al- 
hambra, Calif., wool passing through 
revolving dusters to shake out burnt 
vegetable matter, wool 5, 119. — Wool 
dropping from feed hopper onto the 
distributing apron and entering card- 
ing machine, Calif., wool 12, 126. © 
May 11, 1923; 2 c. each June 4; J 
262099-262193. 

Beigham (Burton Laurence) New 
Salem, N. D. 11739-11744 

Mandan round up : 

Bagnell (Darrel) 5 year old cow- 
boy, 53.— Bison buffalo, 23. — Little 
Missouri kid, 1. — Stevenson (Neil) on 
a buffalo, 26. — Styles on a steer, hook 
'em cow. 47. — Wild Indian on a wild 
horse. 1923. © July 12, 1923: 2 c. 
each Sept. 17 ; J 263759-263704. 

Bristol co., Waterbury, Conn. 

11745-11772 

[28 drawings] : 

Bristol (Wm. H.) recording pyrom- 
eter chart, 1164.— Bristol (Wm. H.) 
recording tachometer chart, 4231. — 
Bristol's recorder chart, 0452. — Bris- 
tol's recording liquid level gauge 
chart, 0450, 0456. 5049-5051.— Bristol's 



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Bristol co. — Continued. 

[28 drawings] — Continued, 
recording pressure gauge chart, 0448, 
4780-4782, 4784-4787, 8043.— Bristol's 
recording shunt ammeter chart, 1568. — 
Bristol's recording thermometer chart, 
3715, 8216, 8424, 8425, 10407, 10408.— 
Bristol's recording vac. and pres. gauge 
chart. 8042. — Bristol's recording volt 
meter chart, 5216. — Bristol's recording 
water level gauge chart. 4788. — Orifice 
meter chart, M1000H. © May 1, 1923 ; 
2 c. each July 25 ; I 8197-8224. 

Brouse (J. L.) Chicago. 11773 

Safe under the right protection. © 

Aug. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 25 ; J 263575. 



Brown (Erna) Seattle. 



11774 



Cuddles. © June 18, 23 ; 2 c. June 
25 ; J 262455. 

Brown & Bigelow, inc., St. Paul. 

11775-11811 

[4 prints] : 

[Delicious desert] — [Moonlight mem- 
ories] — [Real treat] — [Summer girl]. 
© May 1, 1923; 2 c. each May 28; 
K 177530-177533. 

[33 prints] : 

Adams (Mount) — Canadian 
Rockies. — Canyon of the Grand 
River. — Dalles of the St. Croix 
River. — Devils tower. — Do what you 
are paid to do and then some, it's 
the then some that gets your salary 
raised. — Don't put things off, put them 
over. — Embedded in every moment is 
a golden opportunity. — Firm chin is 
helpless without a stiff upper lip. — 
Friend may well be reckoned the 
masterpiece of nature. — He who goes 
the wrong way must make his journey 
twice. — It is better not to know so 
much than to know so much that isn't 
so. — It's not where you start from but 
where you get to, that counts. — Just 
be true to your word and your work 
and your friends. — Kiwedin. — Long's 
Peak. — Loyola. — Lusalu. — Maih- 
wak. — Mighty Teton Mountains. — 
Mitchell (Mount)— Old Faithful Gey- 
ser. — Opportunity is just around the 
corner. — Owaissa. — Rainbow arch. — 
Shekapeo. — Success does not depend 
so much on external help as on self 
reliance. — Taughannock Falls. — To get 
things coming your way it is first nec- 
essary to go after them. — Trick 
Falls. — Wabano. — Waytausa. — Winta. 
© July 20, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 6; 
K 177294-177326. 



Brown, Robertson co., inc., New York. 
11812-11831 

[20 prints] : 

Anne (St.) 138; by Leonardo da 
Vinci. — Baigneuses (Bathers) 165; by 
Fragonard. — Columbus (Christopher) 
73; by Sebastiano del Piombo. — Coro- 
nation of the Virgin, 154; by Botti- 
celli. — David at the cave of Adullam, 
95 ; by Claude Lorraine. — Detail head 
of Madonna, 151 ; by Perugino. — Doge, 
209; by Loredano Bellini. — Edge of 
the woods, 74; by Theodore Rous- 
seau. — Embarkation for Cythera, 156; 
by Jean-Antoine Watteau. — Este (Be- 
atrice d' ) 147 ; by Leonardo da Vinci. — 
Ferroniere (La Belle) 167; by Leo- 
nardo da Vinci — Head of Christ, 145; 
by Leonardo da Vinci. — Henrietta 
(Madame) 136; by Nattier. — Horse 
fair, 92 : by Rosa Bonheur. — Inno- 
cence, 133 ; by Lancret. — Marriage of 
St. Catherine. 144; by Antonio Cor- 
regio. — Reading Magdalen, 143; by 
Henner. — Source, 166; J. A. Ingres. — 
Summer, 163 ; by Lancret. — Vivtoire 
{Madame) 134; by Nattier. © Jan. 
2, 1923 ; 2 c. each ; Sept. 13 ; K 178201- 
178220. 

Bryant photo service, San Francisco. 

11832 
Coolidge (Calvin) © 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1923; J 263374. 

Builders' exchange, Minneapolis. 

11833 

It pays to look before you build. © 

Mar. 18, 1923 ; 2 c. July 12 ; K 176982. 

Building owners and managers assn. 
of San Francisco, San Francisco. 

11834 
Foot traffic in San Francisco, Apr. 
25-26, 1923. © June 16, 1923; 2 c. 
June 21 ; I 8182. 

Bull (Grace) Reno, Nev. 

11835-11861 
Bull {Judge Charles Edward) with- 
out makeup, 21-31, 33-38. © 1 c. 
July 2, 1923 ; J 262844-262860. 

Salt Lake, 1-5. © July 



31, 1923 ; 2 c. each Aug. 6 ; J 263321- 
263325. 

Lincoln car 6-9. © 



1 c. each Aug. 6, 1923; J 263330- 
263333. 

Log cabin in which Judge Charles 
Edward Bull was born, on Bull's 
Creek, Mills Co., Tex. © 1 c. July 2, 
1923; J 262843. 



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11930 



Bunker (Everett Wayland) Minne- 
apolis. 11862 
Presto drawing board. [Educational 
drawing guide for children] © Aug. 
20, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 8 ; K 178068. 

Burbank (Alfred S.) Plymouth, 
Mass. 11863-11870 

Plymouth, Mass., Plymouth log 
cabin, a replica near site of first 
house, 170. © July 23, 1923 ; 2 c. July 
26 ; K 177004. 

[3 prints] : 

Landing of the Pilgrims. Stained 
glass windows in Pilgrim hall, 172. — 
Pilgrim fathers holding their first 
meeting for public worship in Amer- 
ica, 88. — Plymouth, Mass., Tercente- 
nary cannon on site of old fort. 169. 
© Aug. 22, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 27; 
K 177763-177765. 

[4 prints] : 

Duxbury, Mass., Captain's Hill, 
Myles Standish house, 1666, Standish 
monument, 107. — Duxbury, Mass., 
Powder Point bridge, 57. — Plymouth, 
Mass., Pilgrim procession, a scene 
daily enacted during the Plymouth 
tercentenary, 171. — Plymouth, Mass., 
Plymouth Rock and harbor from 
Cole's Hill, 3. © July 20, 1923; 2 c. 
each July 23 ; K 176924-176927. 

Burnell (W. E.) Penn Yan, N. Y. 

11871 
Keuka from the bluff. © July 26, 
1923; 2 c. July 27; J 263231. 

Byers (E. M.) Pittsburgh. 

11872-11921 

Grantley (Lady) after Beechey. © 
1 c. July 28, 1923 ; J 263234. 

Landscape; after Gainsborough. © 
1 c. July 28, 1923 ; J 263235. 

[3 photographs] ; 

French garden scene ; after Detaille. 
— Marine; after Turner. — Two sis- 
ters ; after Bouquereau. © 1 c. each 
July 11, 1923 ; J 263567-263569. 

[8 photographs] : 

Amateurs; after Roybet. — Forest of 
Fontainbleau ; after Diaz. — Medita- 
tion ; after Henner. — Mischief ; after 
Brown. — Opera box; after Jacquet. — 
Spanish spinners; after Moreau. — 
Wallachian teamsters pursued ; after 
Schreyer. — Washerwomen ; after Bre- 
ton. © 1 c. each July 21 ; J 263126- 
263133. 

[15 photographs] : 

Approaching storm ; after Cazin. — 
Arab warriors ; after Fromentin. — 
Cattle herders ; after Lhermitte. — Cat- 



tle in the pool; after Van Marcke. — 
Cows; after Van Marcke. — Dancing 
girls; after Corot. — Lace maker; af- 
ter Maes. — Landscape; after Consta- 
ble. — Landscape; after Corot. — Land- 
scape with cows ; after Dupre. — Land- 
scape with figure in boat; after Co- 
rot. — Landscope with figures ; after 
Corot. — Signal ; after Delacroix. — 
Souvenir de laricia ; after Corot. — 
Young girl looking in mirror: after 
Millet. © 1 c. each July 23, 1923 ; J 
263150-263154. 

[22 photographs] : 

Baptism ; after Alvarez. — Cattle and 
sheep; after Troyon. — De Valois 
(Mile.) after Mignard. — Garrick (Da- 
vid) after Gainsborough; Group of 
peasants ; after Diaz. — Landscape ; af- 
ter Daubigny, A, B. — Landscape ; after 
Rousseau. — Landscape with waterfall ; 
after Ruysdael. — Pool in the woods; 
after Hart. — Portrait d'un abbe ; after 
Van Dyck. — Portrait man; after 
Hals. — Portrait of a gentleman. — Por- 
trait of a lady ; after Gainsborough. — 
Portrait of a lady; after Raeburn. — 
Portrait of a lady ; after Rembrandt. — 
Portrait of St. Andrew; after Ru- 
bens. — Sheep; after Bonheur. — Sheep 
and shepherd; after Jacque. — Story of 
a hero; after Munkacsy. — Tea on the 
terrace ; after Meissonier. — Two young 
girls ; after Romney. © 1 c. each July 
27, 1923; J 263206-263227. 

Calder (Charles A.) Luck, Wis. 

11922 
Call of the north country. © Mav 
25, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 15 ; K 177770. 

Caldwell-Baker co., Indianapolis. 

11923 
Blue ribbon druggists. © June 22. 
1923 ; 1 c. June 29 ; K 176298. 

Cameron (Guy F.) Valdez, Alaska. 

11924 
Columbia Glacier, Alaska, pano- 
rama. © Sept. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 22 ; 
J 263903. 

Camp (Martha M.) Abbeville, S. C. 

11925, 11926 

Stone Mt. © Aug. 17, 1923; 2 c. 
Aug. 20 ; K 177630. 

Same. © Sept. 7, 1923; 2 c. 

Sept. 10 ; K 17S133. 

Camp (William Archibald) Atlanta. 

11927-11930 

Davis (Jefferson) after SO years of 

age. © May 28, 1923 ; 2 c. Mav 31 ; K 

177669. 



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Camp (William Archibald) — Con. 

Forrest (Gen. Bedford) © Sept. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 7 ; K 178034. 

Lee (General Robert E.) © May 28, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 31 ; K 177668. 

on Traveler. © Sept. 1, 1923; 

2 c. Sept. 7 ; K 178035. 

Campbell (A. M.) jr., Salina, Kans. 

11931, 11932 

Abandoned overland stage coach of 
the Smoky hill route on Fifth ave., 
Salina, Kan. © Sept. 9, 1923; 2 c. 
Sept. 13 : J 263726. 

Overland stage. © Aug. 23, 1923; 
2 c. Aug. 24 : J 263565. 

Campbell art co., Elizabeth, N. J. 

11933, 11934 

Moonlit cloud; by Francis Stillwell 
Dixon, 1240. © July 2, 1923; 2 c. 
July 13; K 176613. 

Signal by E. Irving Course, 1264. © 
July 2, 1923 ; 2 c. July 13 ; K 176630. 

Carson (Ambrose W.) Flagstaff, Ariz. 

11935 
Peaks and the pines. © May 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 15 ; J 263396. 

Caufield & Shook, Louisville 

11936-12033 

Harrodsburg, Ky. : 

Cabin in which Thos. Lincoln and 
Nancy Hanks were married. Lincoln 
cabin tablet side. — Cemetery, general 
view. — Grave of Ann McGinty. — 
Lincoln cabin, chimney side. — Mercer 
Co. court house. — Oldest cemetery in 
state.— Site of Fort Harrod — Street 
scene. — Street scene, oldest town in 
Ky. — View of cemetery from entrance. 
© June 1, 1923; 2 c. each July 9; 
J 263029-263032, 263035-263040. 

Lexington, Ky., Univ. of Ky. : 

Campus. — Main bldg. — R. r. monu- 
ment. — Tablet on r. r. monument. © 
Apr. 1. 1923; 2 c. each July 9; J 
263009-263012. 

Louisville, Ky. : 

Broadway. — Business district. — 
Business section. — Cave Hill ceme- 
tery. — Churchill downs, race track. — 
Dosch chemical co., plant. — Fourth and 
Broadway, northeast corner. — Fourth 
ave. — Government canal and locks. — 
Iroquoise park, Zachary Taylor tree. — 
Ky. state fair grounds. — Louisville and 
Portland canal and Pennsylvania r. r. 
bridge. — Male high school. — Monument 
on sight of Fort Nelson. — Public 
bldgs. — Standard oil co.. Riverside 
plant.— Wharf. © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. 



each July 9 ; J 262977-262983. 262985- 
262988, 262990, 262993, 262994. 262996, 
262998, 263005. 

Louisville, Ky. : 

Castlewood, Castlewood ave. — Cas- 
tlewood, Valley road. — Cherokee park, 
private entrance. — Creek in Cherokee 
park. — Eagles bldg. — Fourth ave. from 
Guthrie. — Fourth ave. looking toward 
river. — Inter-Southern bldg. — L. & N. 
r. r. Y. M. C. A.— Oakdale school.— 
Pa. bridge, lift ispan. — Portland] 
school. — Western parkway near Shaw- 
nee park. — Zachary Taylor tree. © 
May 1, 1923: 2 c. each July 9; J 
262997. 263000, 263003, 263004, 263015- 
263017, 263020-263023, 263026-263028. 

Louisville, Ky. : 

Cherokee park, tourists park. — Iro- 
quoise park, autumn road scene. — Ky. 
state fair, livestock pavilion. — Ky. 
state fair, near M. & M. bldg. — Ky. 
state fair, old Ky. log cabin. — Lincoln 
statue, library grounds. — Longfellow 
school. — Parkland school. — Puritan 
apts. — Towboat shipment of Steele. — 
Towboat shipment of steel entering 
canal. — U. S. Post office, Main st. sta- 
tion. © Apr. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. each July 9 ; 
J 262968-262970. 262974, 262999, 263001, 
263002, 263006-263008, 263014, 263019. 

Louisville. Ky., Churchill downs, 
Kentucky derby, going to the post. 
© May 19, 1923 ; 2 c. July 9 ; J 262888. 

Louisville, Ky. : 

East Oak St., Amer. woolen mills. — 
Fourth and Broadway, Warren memo- 
rial Presbyterian church. — Fourth and 
St. Catherine, Fourth ave. Methodist 
church. — N. 15th st, paint and varnish 
co.'s — Peaslee, Gaulbert factories — 
Seelbach hotel, mural painting, attack 
on Vincennes. — Seelbach hotel, mural 
painting, Kentucky's first legislature. 
— Seelbach hotel, mural painting, . 
treaty with Indians. — 2nd and Ky sts., 
St. Andrews P. E. church. — 3rd and 
St. Catherine. Walnut st. Baptist 
church. © July 1, 1923; 2 c. each 
July 9 ; J 263045-263054. 

[3 photographs] : 

Jefferson co. stock farm, scene. — 
Lauderdale. Ambleside drive. — Load- 
ing a shipment of bath tubs. © May 
1, 1923; 2 c. each July 9; J 262975, 
263024, 263025. 

[4 photographs] : 

Louisville, Ky., Central station. — 
New Albany, Ind., Elks club. — New 
Albany. Ind., Market st. — New Albany, 
Ind., Pearl st. © Jan. 1, 1923: 2 c. 
each July 9 ; J 262971-262973, 262995. 



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[5 photographs] : 

K. and I r. r. bridge. — New Albany, 
Ind. — Pumping station from the south. 
— Pumping station from the west. — 
Wathen milling co. © Feb. 1, 1923 ; 2 
c. each July 9; J 262976, 262984, 
2629S9, 262991, 262992. 

[7. photographs] : 

Grave of first white child buried in 
Ky. — Haymarket, general view. — Hay- 
market looking down one st. — Hay- 
market office on left. — Lawrenceburg, 
Ky., Anderson Co. court house. — Louis- 
ville, Ky., Hillerich and Bradsby bat 
factory. — Louisville, Ky., St. Joseph's 
infirmary. © June 1. 1923; 2 c. each 
July 9; J 263018, 263033, 263034, 
263041-263044. 

1923 auto show. © Mar. 1, 1923; 
2 c. July 9 ; J 263013. 

Caugee (A. V.) Kansas City, Mo. 

12024 
Pharmacist. © June 11, 1923 ; 2 c. 
July 25 ; K 176966. 

Cheney beos., New York. 12025-12027 

[3 prints] : 

[Most delightful ensemble is this 
frock of Cinderella and long coat of 
mirrorkrepe, 3] — [Nothing could be 
more charming for street wear than 
this coatee, etc] 1. — [This coat-frock 
of fawnkrepe is just the thing for the 
cool autumn days, 2] © Sept. 11, 
1923; 2 each Sept. 13; K 178332- 
178334. 

Chicago beidge and ieon works, Chi- 
cago. 12028, 12029 

Did you kill this man? © July 13, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 5 ; K 178392. 

He jumped. © July 13, 1923; 2 c. 
Sept. 5 ; K 178393. 

Chicago elevated railroads, Chicago. 

12030-12033 

Beaches by the elevated lines. [3 

sheet poster] © June 15, 1923; 2 c. 

July 2; K 176343. 

Monument. Logan square by the 
elevated lines. [6 sheet poster] © 
July 3, 1923 ; 2 c. July 9 ; K 176536. 

Parks by the elevated lines. [3 
sheet poster, 013858] © July 21, 1923 ; 
2 c. July 27 ; K 177036. 

Sunken gardens in Humboldt park 
by the elevated lines. [3 sheet poster. 
0138591 © July 21, 1923; 2 c. July 
27; K 177035. 



Chicago furniture market assn., 
Chicago. 12034 

Chicago furniture market associa- 
tion. [Certificate of attendance] © 
Jan. 4, 1923 ; 2 c. July 30 ; K 177561. 

Chicago north shore and Milwau- 
kee railroad, Chicago. 

12035, 12036 
Lake shore by the North shore line. 
[1 sheet poster] © June 27, 1923; 
2 c. July 3 ; K 176344. 

North shore line to Milwaukee. Pere 
Marquette line steamers to Michigan. 
[3 sheet poster] © June 10, 1923 ; 2 c. 
July 9 ; K 176537. 

Chicago north shoee & Milwaukee 
e. e. co., Chicago. 12037, 12038 

[Polo. 1 sheet poster, 14060] © 
Sept. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 14 ; K 178231. 

Woods. [1 sheet poster, 14028] © 
Sept. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 14 ; K 178230. 

Chicago teibune, Chicago 

12039-12750 
Ahem. © Sept. 2, 1923; 1 c. Sept. 
8 ; K 178052. 

Aisle of sore toes. © Aug. 19, 1923 ; 
1 c. Aug. 23 ; K 177759. 

Always looking backward. © Aug. 
22, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 24 ; K 177731. 

America's opportunity. © July 19, 
1923 ; 1 c. July 21 ; K 176932. 

Among the folks in history, June 17- 
Sept. 2, 1923. [Weekly] © June 17- 
Sept. 2, 1923; 1 c. each June 23-Sept. 
8; K 176388, 176449, 176499, 176666, 
176867, 177039, 177270, 177492, 177725, 
177828, 177858, 178053. 

Annual cyclone. © Aug. 26, 1923; 
1 c. Aug. 30 ; K 177829. 

Another catapillar plague. © June 
17, 1923 ; 1 c. June 23 ; K 176389. 

Another tidal wave. © Sept 5, 
1923 ; 1 c. Sept. 10 ; K 17S176. 

As she views the Sunday parade. © 
June 24, 1923 ; 1 c. June 2S ; K 176444. 

At the democratic ringside. © July 
7, 1923 ; 1 c. July 11 ; K 176574. 

Awkward for the elephant. © July 
27, 1923 ; 1 c. July 30 : K 177136. 

Bad news for her. © Aug. 14. 1923 ; 
1 c. Aug. 16 ; K 177552. 

Blaming the driver instead of the 
road. © Aug. 21, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. '27 ; 
K 17767S. 



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Chicago tkibune — Continued. 

Cartoons of the day, June 19, 29, 
July 14, 21, Aug. 16, 1923. [Daily] 
© June 19, 29, July 14, 21, Aug. 16, 
1923; 1 c. each June 23-Aug. 18; 
K 176398. 176485, 176710, 176964, 
177720. 

Changing world. June 17, 26, July 
6, 26, Aug. 9, 22, 1923. [Daily] © 
June 17, 26, July 6, 26, Aug. 9, 22, 
1923; 1 c. each June 23-Aug. 24; 
K 176390, 176435, 176583, 177113, 
177482, 177729. 

Charm of the movies. © Aug. 28, 
1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 30 ; K 177847. 

Coal industry. The public be d — d. 
Railroads. That's what I used to 
think. © July 15, 1923 ; 1 c. July 19 ; 
K 176872. 

Critical moment in the 1924 quali- 
fying round. © Aug. 25, 1923; 1 c. 
Aug. 29 ; K 177797. 

Cry of the wolf. © Aug. 15, 1923 ; 
1 c. Aug. 17 ; K 177709. 

Danger. © July 2, 1923; 1 c July 
5 ; K 176507. 

Don't call the doctor. © Aug. 12, 
1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 17 ; K 177727. 

Doomed. © Aug. 9. 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 
14 ; K 177480. 

Double crossed. © July 6, 1923 ; 
1 c. July 11 ; K 176581. 

Europe's favorite dish. © July 10, 
1923 ; 1 c. July 16 ; K 176700. 

Farmer's ups and downs. © July 
18, 1923 ; 1 c. July 21 ; K 176941. 

Few eruptions of our own. © June 
20, 1923 ; 1 c. June 25 ; K 176423. 

Flocked together. © Aug. 14, 1923 ; 
1 c. Aug. 16 ; K 177551. 

French debt. © June 18, 1923 ; 1 c. 
June 23 ; K 176382. 

Gasoline alley, June 16-Aug. 8, 
Aug. 10-Sept. 8. 1923. [Daily] 
© June 16-Aug. 8, Aug. 10- 
Sept. 8, 1923; 1 c. each June 19- 
Sept. 12: K 176369. 176380, 176387, 
176397, 176402, 176415, 176424, 176430, 
176436, 176446, 176457, 176461, 176471, 
176483, 176487, 176497, 176508, 176516, 
176525, 176562, 176567, 176582, 176639, 
176655. 176665, 176676, 176704, 176705, 
176840, 176864, 176871, 176881. 176935, 
176942, 176948, 176960, 177014, 177043, 
177046, 177112, 177120, 177126, 177135, 
177259, 177265, 177274,, 177281, 177354, 
177363, 177375, 177472, 177487, 177496, 
177503. 177510, 177521, 177545, 177680, 
177685. 177696, 177708, 177718, 177724, 
177733. 177743. 177752, 177755, 177801, 
177812, 177815, 177826. 177834,177845, 



177866, 177894, 177899, 177908, 178047, 
178057, 178142, 178146, 178157, 178164, 
178188. 

Germany isn't the only one being 
smoked out. © July 14, 1923; 1 c. 
July 16 ; K 176709. 

Germany; peace iss hell. © Aug. 
27, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 30 ; K 177837. 

Good investment. © Aug. 30, 1923 ; 
1 c. Sept. 4 ; K 177897. 

Goops. © Sept. 7, 1923; 1 c. Sept. 
10 ; K 178153. 

Guaranteeing the price of wheat. 
© Aug. 8, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 11 ; K 177522. 

Gumps, June 16-July 22, July 24- 
Sept. 8, 1923. [Daily] © June 16- 
July 22, July 24-Sept. 8, 1923; 1 c. 
each June 19-Sept. 12; K 176371, 

176378, 176384, 176392, 176400, 176408, 

176420, 176433, 176439, 176445, 176452, 

176466, 176473, 176479, 176490, 176501, 

176505, 176510, 176513, 176560, 176568, 
176575, 176636, 176657, 176662, 176672, 
176694, 176702, 176836, 176859, 176868, 
176876, 176929, 176944, 176953, 176958, 
177016, 177040. 177107, 177118, 177123, 
177131, 177253, 177261, 177271, 177276, 
177357, 177361, 177373, 177467, 177476, 
177485, 177493, 177498, 177508, 177516, 
177548, 177682, 177686, 177694, 177710, 
177712, 177721, 177736, 177738, 177750, 
177758, 177790, 177806, 177809, 177824, 
177832, 177839, 177864, 177890, 177901, 
177910, 178049, 178054, 178151, 178159, 
178169, 178172, 178191. 

Harold Teen, June 16-July 4, July 6- 
22, 24-Sept. 8, 1923. [Daily] © June 
16-July 4, July 6-22, 24-Sept. 8, 1923 ; 
1 c. each June 19-Sept. 12 ; K 176372 

176379, 176386, 176393, 176401, 176409, 

176421, 176434, 176440, 176447, 176453, 

176467, 176470, 176480, 176491, 176496, 

176506, 176511, 176561, 176569, 176576, 
176637, 176658, 176664, 176673, 176695, 
176703, 176837, 176860, 176870, 176877, 
176930, 176945, 176954. 176959, 177017, 
177042, 177108, 177119, 177124, 177132, 
177254, 177262, 177273, 177277, 177358, 
177362, 177374, 177468, 177477, 177486, 
177495, 177499, 177509. 177517, 177549, 
177683, 177687, 177695, 177711, 177713, 
177723, 177737, 177739, 177754, 177757 
177792, 177805, 177810, 177827, 177833, 
177840, 177865, 177891, 177902, 177907, 
178050, 178056, 178152, 178160, 178170, 
178173, 178192. 

He can't seem to get used to our city 
ways. © June 19. 1923 ; 1 c. June 23 ; 
K 176396. 

He may uncork something yet. © 
July 8, 1923 ; 1 c. July 13 ; K 176667. 



226 



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no. 3, 1923 



12750 



Heir at large, June 18, June 25, July 
9-July 23, Aug. 6-20, Sept. 3, 1923. 
[Weekly] © June 18, June 25, July 
9-July 23, Aug. 6-20, Sept. 3, 1923; 
1 c. each June 23-Sept. 10 ; K 176383, 
176427, 176661, 176882, 177047, 177504, 
177684, 177701, 178149. 

He's driving away some of his best 
customers. © Aug. 24, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 
29 ; K 177800. 

His bodyguard. © July 11, 1923; 
1 c. July 13 ; K 176638. 

His Fujiyama. © Sept. 4, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Sept. 10; K 178166. 

Ho-o-old you hor-r-ses. © June 30, 
1923 ; 1 c. July 2 ; K 176495. 

Hot sketches. © June 26, 1923 ; 1 c. 
June 28 ; K 176437. 

Household exercise, XIII. © June 
16, 1923 ; 1 c. June 19 ; K 176375. 

XIV. © June 23, 1923; 1 c. 

June 25 ; K 176405. 

XV. © June 30, 1923 ; 1 c. July 

2 ; K 176494. 

XVI. © July 7, 1923 ; 1 c. July 

11 ; K 176571. 

XVII. © July 14, 1923; 1 c. 

July 16 ; K 176708. 

XVIII. © July 21, 1923 ; 1 c. 

July 24 ; K 176957. 

XIX. © July 28, 1923; 1 c. 

July 30; K 177115. 

XX. © Aug. 4, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 

7 ; K 177371. 

XXI. © Aug. 11, 1923; 1 c. 

Aug. 13; K 177490. 

XXII. © Aug. 18, 1923; 1 c. 

Aug. 23; K 177748. 

XXIII. © Aug. 25, 1923; 1 c. 

Aug. 29 ; K 177793. 

XXIV. © Sept. 1, 1923; 1 c. 

Sept. 4 ; K 177912. 

XXV. © Sept. 8, 1923; 1 c. 

Sept. 12 ; K 178190. 

How to settle the reparations dis- 
pute. © July 12, 1923 ; 1 c. July 14 ; 
K 176675. 

If wishes were horses. © Sept. 5, 
1923 ; 1 c. Sept. 10 ; K 178177. 

In his father's house. © Aug. 10, 
1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 14 ; K 177474. 

Inquiring reporter, June 23, July 
10, 22, Aug. 12, 1923. [Weekly] © 
June 23, July 10, 22, Aug. 12, 1923; 
1 c. each June 25-Aug. 17 ; K 176407, 
176693, 177044, 177728. 

Interrupted dream. © Aug. 12, 
1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 17 ; K 177726. 



It begins to look as though the 
problem is too much for him. © Aug. 
18, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 23 ; K 177746. 

It looks like the beginning of a new 
political lineup. © June 16, 1923; 1 
c. June 19; K 176376. 

It must be a terrrific ordeal. © 
Aug. 7, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 11 ; K 177515. 

Journey's end. © Aug. 8, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 11 ; K 177524. 

Kind of movie which breeds unrest 
and discontent. © Aug. 19, 1923; 
1 c. Aug. 23 ; K 177760. 

Leaving him behind, and he's got 
their lunch, too. © June 29, 1923; 
1 c. July 2 ; K 176482. 

Lesson of the two extremes. © 
Aug. 17, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 20 ; K 177692. 

Lightening the tax burden? © Aug. 
25, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 29 ; K 177813. 

Look who's here. © June 24, 1923 ; 
1 c. June 28 ; K 176450. 

Middle class. © Aug. 21, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 27 ; K 177675. 

Milestones. © Aug. 31, 1923; 1 c. 
Sept. 4 ; K 177893. 

Mr. Bok offers a prize of $100,000 
for a means of preventing war. © 
July 8, 1923 ; 1 c. July 13 ; K 176668. 

Mr. Lugubrious Blue and Mr. Smiley 
Gladd discuss the situation. © June 
28, 1923 ; 1 c. July 2 ; K 176472. 

Moon Mullins, June 19-23, 25-30, 
July 2-7, 9-14, 16-21, 24-28, 30-Aug. 
4, 6-11, 13-18, 20-25, 27^Sept. 1, 3-8, 
1923. [Daily] © June 19-23, 25-30, 
July 2-7, 9-14, 16-21, 24-28, 30-Aug. 4, 
6-11, 13-18, 20-25, 27-Sept. 1, 3-8, 1923 : 
1 c. each June 23-Sept. 12; K 176391, 
176406, 176411, 176418, 176428, 176442, 
176454, 176465, 176477, 176486, 176492, 
176504, 176519, 176524, 176553, 176557, 
176573, 176577, 176634, 176671. 176697. 
176704, 176834, 176861, 176875, 176931. 
176939, 176946, 176963, 177110. 177012. 
177116, 177122, 177133, 177255, 177267, 
177278, 177352, 177360, 177370, 177471. 
177481, 177484, 177505, 177507, 177519. 
177547, 177676, 177697, 177699. 177705. 
177717, 177732, 177740, 177749. 177794. 
177S03, 177814, 177838, 177S42. 177860, 
177895, 177905, 177913, 17S04S. 17S145. 
178156, 178163, 178175, 178194. 

Morning after. © July 5, 1923 : 1 c. 
July 7 ; K 176521. 

Musings of a boulevard bridge ten- 
der. © Aug. 23, 1923; 1 c. Aug, 29: 
K 177799. 

Mussolini defies the league. © Sept. 
6. 1923; 1 c. Sept. 8: K 178043. 



227 



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12750 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Chicago tribune — Continued. 

Mussolini gives an exhibition of his 
strength. © Aug. 31, 1923 ; 1 c. Sept. 
4 ; K 177896. 

New driver takes the wheel. © 
Aug. 5, 1923; 1 c. Aug. 11; K 177497. 

No man really dies who has left this 
world the better for his having lived. 
© Aug. 7, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 11 ; K 177513. 

Not a brain cell workin', June 29, 
July 13, Aug. 10. 24, Sept. 7, 1923. 
[Weekly] © June 29, July 13, Aug. 
10, 24, Sept. 7, 1923; 1 c. each July 
2-Sept. 10; K 176481, 176838, 177470, 
177808. 178150. 

Now is the time for a demonstra- 
tion of the league's power. © Aug. 3, 
1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 6 ; K 177365. 

Now what. © Aug. 23, 1923; 1 c. 
Aug. 29; K 177795. 

Of course, if it should happen to 
rain, the one without an umbrella 
would get soaked. © July 9, 1923; 
1 c. July 13 ; K 176659. 

On the shores of the Pacific. © 
Aug. 4. 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 7 ; K 177372. 

One more straw. © June 28, 1923 ; 
1 c. July 2 ; K 176474. 

One o'clock engagement and the 
thrilling movie. © Aug. 11, 1923; 1 
c. Aug. 13 ; K 177491. 

Operation was successful, but the 
patient may never recover. © June 

21, 1923 ; 1 c. June 29 ; K 176462. 
Our presidents as cartoon subjects. 

© Aug. 17, 1923; 1 c. Aug. 20; K 
177698. 

Our Russian trade. © Aug. 30, 
1923 ; 1 c. Sept. 4 ; K 177904. 

Our secret ambition, June 18-July 
16, 30-Sept. 3, 1923. [Weekly] © 
June 18-July 16, 30-Sept. 3, 1923; 1 
c. each June 23-Sept. 10; K 176426, 
176503. 176528, 176660, 176879, 177279, 
177501, 177689, 177741, 177836, 178161. 

Our weekly news circus. © June 

22, 1923 ; 1 c. June 25 ; K 176414. 
Owsley (Commander) appoints him- 
self spokesman for the American peo- 
ple. © Aug. 30. 1923 ; 1 c. Sept. 4 ; K 
177898. 

Peace, peace. © Aug. 15, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 17; K 177707. 

Picking a symbol for the new 
farmer-labor party. © July 29, 1923 ; 
1 c. Aug. 3 ; K 176275. 

Pinchot (Gov.) presents a few 
homely truths. © Aug. 29, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 31; K 177859. 



Pinwheel is loaded for another spin. 
© July 4, 1923 ; 1 c. July 7 ; K 176517. 

Pop. and some relatives. © July 26, 
1923 ; 1 c. July 28 ; K 177109. 

Pop and the fishin' trip. © July 5, 
1923 ; 1 c. July 7 ; K 176526. 

Pop craves action. © Aug. 9, 1923; 
1 c. Aug. 14; K 177479. 

Pop receives sailing orders. © Aug. 
2, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 4 ; K 177355. 

Pop takes the long day off. © June 
21, 1923 ; 1 c. June 29 ; K 176463. 

Pop takes to the bridle path. © 
July 19, 1923 ; 1 c. July 21 ; K 176933. 

Pop, the piper. © June 28, 1923; 
1 c. July 2 ; K 176475. 

Pop's plans. © July 12, 1923 ; 1 c. 
July 14; K 176669. 

Pop's vacation. © Aug. 16. 1923; 
1 c. Aug. 18 : K 177716. 

Same. © Aug. 23, 1923; 1 c. 

Aug. 29; K 177798. 

Same. © Aug. 30. 1923; 1 c. 

Sept. 4; K 177903. 

Same. © Sept. 6, 1923; 1 c. 

Sept. 8; K 178045. 

President seems to be building his 
1924 platform. © June 27. 1923 ; 1 c. 
June 29 ; K 176459. 

President's plan for catching the 
dry west and the conservative east. 
© July 3, 1923 : 1 c. July 9 : K 176565. 

President's speeches should be 
broadcasted if he wishes to reach the 
masses. © June 22, 1923; 1 c. June 
25: K 176416. 

Pst. easy, brother, easy. © Sept. 1, 
1923 : 1 c. Sept. 4 : K 177911. 

Public instruction in the interest of 
public safety. © July 12. 1923; 1 c. 
July 14: K 176677. 

Quit grumbling. © Aug. 13, 1923: 
1 c. Aug. 20 ; K 177688. 

Reeonsecration day. © July 4. 
1923 ; 1 c. July 7 ; K 176515. 

Reducing surpluses. © Aug. 2, 
1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 4 ; K 177356. 

Ricochet. © July 3. 1923 ; 1 c. July 
9 ; K 176563. 

Rival guides. © July 13. 1923 : 1 c. 
July 17; K 176842. . 

Scrap of paper. © Aug. 10, 1923; 
1 c. Aug. 14 ; K 177469. 

She's become used to crises. © July 
17, 1923 ; 1 c. July 19 ; K 176866. 

Shoo. © June 16,' 1923; 1 c. June 
19; K 176374. 



• 



228 



MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



no. 3, 1923 



12750 



Smitty, June 16, 18-23, 25-30, July 
2-6, 9-14, 16-21, 24-28, 30-Aug. 4, 6- 
11, 13-18, 20-25, 27-29, 31, Sept. 1, 
3-8, 1923. [Daily] © June 16, 18-23, 
25-30, July 2-6, 9-14, 16-21, 24-28, 
30-Aug. 4, 6-11. 13-18, 20-25, 27-29, 
31, Sept. 1, 3-8, 1923; 1 e. each June 
19-Sept. 12 ; K 176373, 176377, 176394, 
176403, 176410, 176417, 176429, 176443, 
176451, 176468, 176476, 176484, 176488, 
176502, 176520, 176558, 176566, 176578, 
176632, 176654, 176670, 176696, 176706, 
176841, 176S58. 176874, 176928, 176938, 
176947, 176961, 177011, 177106, 177121, 
177127, 177135, 177256, 177263, 177280, 
177351, 177359, 177376, 177473, 177478, 
177483, 177500, 177511, 177518, 177546, 
177681, 177691, 177700, 177703, 177719, 
177734, 177744. 177753, 177802, 177811, 
177816, 177835, 177846. 177867, 177888, 
177909, 178046, 178147, 178158, 178165, 
178174, 178189. 

Some consolation for the G. O. P. 
© July 19, 1923: 1 c. July 21; K 
176936. 

Some inconsistencies. © Sept. 7, 
1923 ; 1 c. Sept. 10 ; K 178144. 

Some studies in black. © July 28, 
1923 ; 1 c. July 30 ; K 177117. 

Speed harvest. © July 16, 1923; 
1 c. July 19; K 176880. 

Strain on the family tie, June 19- 
Sept. 4, 1923 [Weekly] © June 19- 
Sept. 4, 1923 : 1 c. each June 23-Sept. 
10; K 176438, 176527, 176564, 176699, 
176863, 177010. 177257, 177514, 177544, 
177679, 177844, 178171. 

Stuck. © Sept. 7, 1923; 1 c. Sept. 
10; K 178148. 

Sudden thunder storm at the open 
air dog show. © Julv 15, 1923; 1 c. 
July 19 ; K 176873. 

Swapping problems. © July 7, 
1923 ; 1 c. July 11 ; K 176572. 

Temperature of a puzzling patient. 
© July 13, 1923: 1 c. July 17; K 
176839. 

That grafted limb doesn't seem to be 
bearing the desired fruit. © Aug. 16, 
1923; 1 c. Aug. IS; K 177715. 

They oughtn't make the president 
work so hard on his vacation. © 
Aug. 1, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 3 ; K 176268. 

They view with alarm. © June 30, 
1923 ; 1 c. July 2 ; K 176493. 

They've got her on the run. © July 
20, 1923 ; 1 c. July 23 : K 176952. 

This seems to be one of the coun- 
tries where she's really wanted. © 
Sept. 1, 1923: 1 c. Sept. 4; K 177914. 



Tottering. © Sept. 8, 1923; 1 c. 
Sept. 12; K 178195. 

Two tributes. © Aug. 6, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 11; K 177506. 

Uncle Sam has done a pretty good 
job of helping already. © Aug. 26, 
1923; 1 c. Aug. 30; K 177830. 

Unquenchable thirst. © Sept. 3, 
1923; 1 c. Sept. 10; K 178154. 

Until something busts. © July 1, 
1923 ; 1 c. July 5 ; K 176498, 

Village post office. © July 29, 1923 ; 
1 c. Aug. 3; K 176269. 

Washington in the hot season. © 
June 21, 1923 ; 1 c. June 29 ; K 176460. 

We'd hate to leave anybody behind, 
but. © Aug. 24, 1923; 1 c. Aug. 29; 
K 177807. 

Weigh of the transgressor. © 
July 17, 1923 ; 1 c. July 19 ; K 176862. 

What the light revealed. © Aug. 
11, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 13 ; K 177489. 

What's the use throwing him a tow 
line until he lifts anchor? © June 23, 
1923; 1 c. June 25; K 176404. 

What's wrong with this picture? 
© (June 27, 1923; 1 c. June 29; 
K 176458. 

When doctors disagree the patient 
recovers. © July 11, 1923; 1 c. July 
13; K 176640. 

When the bonds of friendship are 
strengthened. © Sept. 4, 1923; 1 c. 
Sept. 10; K 178162. 

When the want is worthy. © Sept. 
6, 1923; 1 c. Sept. 8; K 178044. 

When Uncle Sam thinks of the good 
the Harding administration has done. 
© July 31, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 2 ; K 177260. 

When words fail yuh, June 22, 
July 6, 20, Aug. 3, 17, 31, 1923. 
[Weekly] © June 22, Julv 6. 20, Aus. 
3, 17, 31, 1923; 1 c. each June 25- 
Sept. 4; K 176413, 176579, 176951, 
177366, 177690, 177892. 

While the patient suffers. © June 
25, 1923 ; 1 c. June 28 ; K 176431. 

Who will be our next President? 
© Aug. 29, 1923; 1 c. Aug. 31: 
K 177861. 

Why? © June 20, 1923; 1 c. June 
25 ; K 176425. 

Why the farmers voted for Ma anus 
Johnson. © July IS, 1923; 1 c. Julv 
21; K 176943. 

Winner. © July 25, 1923; 1 c. 
July 30; K 177129. 

Winnie Winkle, the breadwinner, 
June 16-Sept. S, 1923. [Daily] © 
June 16-Sept S, 1923 ; 1 c. each June 



229 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



12751 



pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Chicago tribune — Continued. 



Winnie Winkle, 
Continued. 



the breadwinner— 



19-Sept 

176395, 

176441, 

176478, 

176523, 

176656, 

176835, 

176940, 

177045, 

177258, 

177364, 

177494, 

177677. 

177722, 

177791, 

177841, 

178051, 

178168. 



12; K 

176399, 
176448, 
176489, 
176559, 
176663, 
176865, 
176949, 
177111, 
177266, 
177369, 
177502, 
177693, 
177730, 
177796, 
177863, 
178055, 
178193. 



176370, 
176412, 
176456, 
176500, 
176570, 
176674, 
176869, 
176962, 
177114, 
177272, 
177466. 
177512, 
177702, 
177742, 
177804, 
177889, 
178143, 



176381, 
176419, 
176464, 
176509, 
1765S0, 
176698, 
176878, 
177013, 
177128, 
177282, 
177475, 
177520, 
177706, 
177751, 
177825, 
177900, 
178155, 



176385, 
176432, 
176469, 
176518, 
176635, 
176707, 
176934, 
177041, 
177130, 
177353. 
177488. 
177550, 
177714, 
177756, 
177831, 
177906, 
178167, 



Withholding the feed till she pro- 
duces the milk. © Aug. 20, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 23 ; K 177745. 

Work of Little Joe Worry, July 5, 
20, Aug. 18, 28. Sept. 8, 1923. [Weekly] 
© July 5, 20, Aug. 18, 28, Sept. 8, 1923 ; 
1 c. each July 7-Sept. 12; K 176522, 
176950, 177747, 177843, 178187. 

Wotta life, wotta life, June 20-Sept. 
5, 1923. [Weekly] © June 20-Sept. 
5, 1923; 1 c. each June 25-Sept. 10; 
K 176422, 176455, 176512, 176633, 
176937, 177125, 177264, 177523, 177704, 
177735, 177862, 178178. 

You will get all kinds of truth about 
Europe when congress convenes. © 
July 24, 1923 ; 1 c. July 26 ; K 177015. 

Children's seashore house at At- 
lantic City for invalid children, 
Atlantic City. 12751 

Atlantic City, N. J., children's sea- 
shore house for invalid children. © 
Aug, 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 7 ; K 178348. 

Chllds (S. D.) & co., Chicago. 12752 
[Landscape, sunset; by George Ill- 
ness] © Aug. 27, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; 
K 177818. 

Christian science pub. soc, Boston. 

12753 

Original mother church edifice with 

the extension and the Christian science 

publishing-house. © July 26, 1923; 2 

c. Aug. 7 ; K 177915. 

City photo co., Honolulu. 12754 

Ah Sing Ching, Ewa, Oahu. © Jan. 
22, 1923 ; 2 c. July 13 ; J 262942. 

Clark (Carroll B.) Pacific Grove, 
Calif. 12755 



Through the fog. © Aug. 25, 1923; 
2 c. Aug. 30 ; J 263623. 

Clarke (Gerald J.) Denver. 12756 
Rocky mountain natl. park, Col., 
Sheeps Lake. © July 2, 1923; 2 c. 
July 7 ; J 262885. 

Clarke (John O.) Crawfordsville, 
Ind. 12757 

Radio from heaven. © Aug. 11, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 27 ; K 177762. 

Clay (C. A.) Seattle. 12758 

Maryland (U. S. S.) © July 14, 
1923 : 2 c. July 21 : J 263124. 

Clifford & Lawton, New York. 

12759 
Oriental rug map. © June 15, 1923 ; 
2 c. June 25 ; K 176683. 

Cline (Walter M.) Chattanooga. 

12760-12762 

Wolf, the American legion dog, A-C. 

© May 20, 1923 : 2 c. each June 11 ; J 

262473-262475. 

Coffatan (John A.) Sedgwick, Kan. 

12763 
Follow your knows. © Aug. 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 20 ; K 178331. 

"ohen ( Phillip S. ) New Haven, Conn. 

12764 
My sweetheart star. Mary Pickford. 
© July 1, 1923 ; 2 c. July 9 ; K 176529. 

Colgate & co.. Jersey City, N. J. 

12765, 12766 

Christmas (Mady) © 1 c. Aug. 22, 
1923 ; J 263673. 

Haid (Liane) © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1923; 
J 263672. 

Collins (George) Toronto. Ont„ 

Canada. 12767 

[Masonic chart] © July 31, 1923; 
2 c. Aug. 2 ; K 177421. 

Collyer (Lowell Harold) Rushville, 

Ind. 12768 

Death watch of President Harding. 

© Aug. 13, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 23; J 

263560. 

Colson (U. O.) co., Paris. 111. 12769 
Green hands. © June 21. 1923 ; 2 c. 
June 27 ; K 176316. 

Colwell (Jane L.) Seattle. 12770 

Night screen. © Sept. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 21 ; J 263902. 

Combustion control co.. inc., New 
York. 12771 

Pyrometer chart. 0439. © June 5, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 11 ; I 8247. 



230 



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no. 3, 1923 



12926 



Co-Mo co., Minneapolis. 12772-12780 

[9 photographs] : 

Center City, Minn., Chicago Lake, 
C525. C536, C537, C542, C543.— Cen- 
ter City, Minn., Dew drop inn, C535, 
C538. — Sparta, Wis., Masonic temple, 
C579, C580. © Aug. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Aug. 18 ; J 263500-263508. 

Constantine ( Anthony ) New York. 

12781 
[Harp cigarettes] © 1 c. July 25, 
1923 ; I 8259. 

Continental & commercial banks, 
Chicago. 12782-12801 

Looking into the future. © May 19, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 26 ; K 176363. 

Savers are wise. © June 6, 1923 ; 
2 c. June 16 ; K 176362, 

[9 prints] : 

Another reason for opening a sav- 
ings account. — Continental and com- 
mercial banks of Chicago bldg. — Ere 
the cock crows again, start a savings 
account. — In your haste don't overlook 
the importance of a savings account. — 
Saving will bring it. — What will your 
harvest be? — When you save you al- 
ways win. — Witches and black cats 
hold no terror for those who save. — 
Worth thinking about, a savings ac- 
count gives you a vision of the future. 
© June 6. 1923; 2 c. each June 16; 
K 176345-176353. 

[9 prints] : 

Chicago rose from the ashes because 
of the determination of her citizens to 
succeed [etc.]. — If dollars grew on trees, 
would you climb? Or would you wait 
for them to fall? — Laborer is worthy 
of his hire, but he has only what he 
saves. — Make hay while the sun shines 
means save while you earn. — May- 
flower pilgrims succeeded because 
they were courageous, determined and 
thrifty. — Savings account talks turkey 
when opportunity comes. — They sailed 
uncharted seas, a savings account will 
give you a definite goal. — Working like 
a beaver won't bring success unless 
you save. — Your savings account is an 
anchor that keeps you from drifting 
on the rocks of failure. © May 19, 
1923; 2 c. each May 26; K 176334- 
176342. 

Cook (Charles C.) New York. 

12802, 12803 

Grey Lag, E. Sande, up. © July 17, 
1923; 2 c. July 17; J 263075. 

Revenge, Emotion, Hephaistos, fin- 
ish. © July 17, 1923; 2 c. July 17; 
J 263074. 



Co-operative calendar co., Buffalo. 

12804 
[Church calendar] © July 23, 1923 ; 
2 c. July 26; K 177031. 

Cornish (Clarence Martin) Rich- 
mond Hill, N. Y. 12805 
Cambridge, Mass., Mass. institute of 
technology. © June 13, 1923; 2 c. 
Aug. 29 ; J 263608. 

Craig (Margaret Bell) Los Angeles. 

12806 
Up to mischief. © July 18, 1923; 
2 c. July 24 ; J 263190. 

Crawford, MacGregor & Canby co., 
Dayton, O. 12807 

MacGregor. © July 1, 1923; 2 c. 
June 30 ; K 176554. 

Culver military academy, Culver, 

Ind. 12808 

Cadet of Black horse troop with 

push ball. © June 15, 1923 ; 2 c. July 

13; J 262937. 

Cummings and Johnson, Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 12809-12814 

[6 prints] : 

[Cartouche] — [King Tut] — [Mum- 
my] — [Pyramids] — [Scarab] — 
Sphinx] © June 9, 1923; 2 c. each 
July 18 ; K 176825-176830. 

Cundill (Frank) Firesteel, S. D. 

12815 
Legion round up, 3. © Sept. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 4 ; J 263637. 

Curtis (Edward S.) Los Angeles, 
Calif. 12816-12926 

[111 photographs] 

Achnomawi, 3947. — Achomawi has- 
ket maker, 3942. — Achomawi man, 
3949 B, 3955.— Achomawi matron, 
3946. — Achomawi mother and child, 
3941. — Achomawi summer hut, 3943. — 
Achomawi woman, 3948 A. — Among 
the Tules, Klamath, 3912. — Ancient 
Yurok, 3892. — Broken fish weir, 
3818.— Chief, Klamath, 3901.— Crater 
Lake, 3900 B — Costume of the ob- 
sidian bearer, Hupa, 3836. — Dancer 
with Black Deer effigy, Hupa, 3S20. 
— Day dreams, Crater Lake. 3921. — 
Dip-netting at the Sugar Bowl, 
Hupa, 3S42 A. — Elk horn spoons. To- 
lowa, 3817. — Entrance to a Yurok 
sweat house, 3S90. — Ewing (Sam) Yu- 
rok, 3S69 B — Fish-weir across Trinity 
River, Hupa, 3854 B. — Fishing for 
smelt in the surf. Trinidad Yurok, 
3S5S A. — Fishing from canoe. Hupa, 
3841 A. — Fishing from platform, 3835 
A. — Fishing platform on Trinity River, 



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12927 



pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Cuktis (Edward S.) — Continued. 
[Ill photographs] — Continued. 
Hupa, 3816 B — Forest stream, 3856 
B. — Gathering basket material, Kla- 
math, 3939 B.— Gathering Wokas, 
Klamath, 3911 A, 3918.— Grinding 
Wokas, 'Klamath, 3936 B — Henry 
(Modoc) wife, Klamath, 3904 A.— 
House at Wakhtek, Yurok, 3888.— Hupa 
basket and purses, 3844 B. — Hupa bas- 
kets, 3822.— Hupa canoe, 3823.— Hupa 
female shaman, 3815 A. — Hupa fisher- 
man, 3813, 3829.— Hupa house, 3826 B. 
—Hupa jumping dance costume, 3833 
B. — Hupa man, 3824. — Hupa matron, 
3831 B. — Hupa mother and child, 
3840 A. — Hupa purses and money, 3853 
A. — Hupa, salmon fishing, 3855 A. — 
Hupa sweat house, 3827. — Hupa trout 
trap, 3825 B— Hupa war-chief, 3814 
B— Hupa woman, 3850 B, 3851 B — 
Hupa woman in primitive costume, 
3847. — Hupa woman's dress, 3839 B. — 
In the forest, Klamath, 3917 B— In the 
shadow, Yurok, 3876. — Karok baskets. 
3881. — Karok house at Soames bar, 
3885.— Karok woman, 3884 B.— Kla- 
math, 3928 B.— Klamath canoe, 3899. 
—Klamath child, 3927 A.— Klamath 
costume, 3935 A. — Klamath duck hun- 
ter, 3910 A. — Klamath head-dress, 
3931 A.— Klamath hunter, 3905 — 
Klamath in costume, 3896. — Klamath 
Lake marshes, 3908 A. — Klamath ma- 
tron, 3932 B— Klamath profile, 3895. 
—Klamath Tule hut, 3915 B— Kla- 
math type, 3933 A. — Klamath war- 
rior's head-dress, 3893 A. — Klamath 
woman, 3906 A, 3930 A.— Measuring 
shell money, Tolowa, 3866. — Modern 
Hupa house, 3812. — Modern Yurok 
house, 3889. — Mush basket, Karok, 
3880. — Obsidian bearer, white deer- 
skin dance, Hupa, 3832.— Old Bob, Ka- 
rok, 3879 B— Old Klamath woman. 
3934. — Old sweat-house walls at Or- 
leans bar, Karok, 3877. — On the shores 
of the Pacific, Tolowa, 3861 A.— Pe- 
ters (Bob) Trinidad Yurok, 3857.— 
Praying to the spirits at Crater Lake, 
Klamath, 3925. — Principal female sha- 
man of the Hupa, 3852 B. — Quiet wa- 
ters, Yurok, 3875 C. — Salmon stream, 
3834 B— Smelt fisher, Trinidad Yurok, 
3859 B.— Smoky day at the Sugar 
Bowl, Hupa, 3849. — Spearing salmon, 
3837 A. — Sticks used in guessing game. 
3878.— Thinking of the old days, Kla- 
math, 3898.— Tolowa, 3864.— Tolowa 
basket maker, 3866^. — Tolowa dancing 
head-dress, 3865 B— Tolowa man, 3864 
B.— Tolowa tattooing, 3863 A.— Tolowa 
type, 3863 B. — Watching for salmon, 
Hupa, 3830 B— Weitchpec George, Yu- 



rok, 3868 B— White deerskin dance 
costume, Hupa, 3838 B— Wokas har- 
vest, Klamath, 3911 B— Wokas sea- 
son, Klamath, 3940 B.— Woman's 
primitive dress, Tolowa, 3862. — Yurok 
canoe on Trinity River, 3874. — Yurok 
cemetery, 3887 B. — Yurok drummer. 
3872 A.— Yurok fisherman, 3873 B.— 
Yurok house on Klamath River, 3886. 
— Yurok houses at Weitspus, 3867 A. 
—Yurok widow, 3891 A. © Jan. 20, 
1923; 2 c. each June 30; J 262563- 
262673. 

Cusack (Thos.) co., Chicago. 

12927-12934 

Careful selection of values is buying 
wisdom. [24 sheet poster, 112] © 
May 2, 1923 ; 2 c. July 12 ; K 176680. 

Depend on ice in all weather. [24 
sheet poster, 8] © Dec. 8, 1922 ; 2 c. 
July 12, 1923 ; K 176681. 

Healthful meal. [24 sheet poster, 
135] © May 9, 1923; 2 c. July 12; 
K 176682. 

Queen of fashion rules supreme at. 
[24 sheet poster, 10397] © June 8, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 11 ; K 177417. 

Satisfaction to you is our aim. [24 
sheet poster, 116] © May 26, 1923; 
2c July 12 ; K 176679. 

Shirts you like to wear. [24 sheet 
poster, 10963] © July 5, 1923; 2 c. 
Aug. 11 ; K 177418. 

Use ice now. It's food protection. 
[24 sheet poster, 10510] © Dec. 18, 
1922 ; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1923 ; K 177416. 

Value first. Then price. [24 sheet 
poster, 115] © May 2, 1923 ; 2 c. July 
12 ; K 176678. 

Cutler (Wolcott) New York. 12935 
[Christian year outline chart] © 
July 31, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 2 ; I 8239. 

Dally news, New York. 12936 

Rockefeller (John D.) camera 
studies as the oil magnate yesterday 
smilingly celebrated eighty-fourth 
birth anniversary at Pocantico Hills. 
© July 9, 1923 ; 1 c. July 11 ; K 176555. 

Daniels (Roger) New York. 

12937-12943 
New York (City) Washington arch 
at twilight. © July 3, 1923 ; 2 c. July 
10 ; J 262902. 

[6 photographs] : 

Black blanket. — Calavasas 
( Juan ) . — Lajuan ( Marie ) . — Pueblo 
grandmother. — San Domingo Pueblo. — 
Woman in shawl. © Aug. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each July 28 ; J 263236-263241. 



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no. 3, 1923 



13002 



Daumueller (William Charles) 
Lebanon. 111. 12944-12946 

Lebanon, 111., looking northeast, 
from above. © June 29, 1923; 2 c. 
July 2 ; J 262680. 

principal street from a height 

of 2,000 ft. © May 1, 1923 ; 2 c. July 
2 ; J 262679. 

McKendree college from a height of 
2,000 ft. © May 1, 1923 ; 2 c. July 2 ; 
J 262681. 

Davis (Ray A.) Brookhaven, L. I., 
N. Y. 12947 

Bellport ferry. © July 21, 1923; 
2 c. July 31 ; J 263259. 

Davis (Warren N.) Portsmouth, N. H. 

12948 
Paul Jones, launched at Portsmouth, 
N. H., 1877. © Aug. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
Aug. 11 ; J 263346. 

Dealtry (Thomas) Sioux City, la. 

12949 

Iowa, the heart of the corn belt. © 

Sept. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 11 ; K 178283. 

DeBarthe (Joseph) Washington. 

12950 

Harding (Warren Gamaliel). © 

Aug. 21, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 21 ; K 177631. 

De Laval separator co., New York. 

12951 
We use the De Laval cream sepa- 
rator. © Aug. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 15 ; 
K 177535. 

DeLong (Nancy McGill) Montclair, 
N. J. 12952 

What is a Mason? © Oct. 31, 1921 ; 
2 c. June 20, 1923 ; K 176686. 

Denison (T. S.) & co., Chicago. 

12953, 12954 

[Endman minstrel poster] © Aug. 
25, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 31 ; K 177874. 

[Man and girl minstrel poster] © 
Aug. 25, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 31 ; K 177873. 

Derwent (Mrs. Luther) Rockford, 
111. 12955 

Coolidge. (Mrs. Calvin). © Aug. 26, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 6 ; J 263674. 

Dewers (Claude E.) Vinita, Okl. 

12956 
Oklahoma's largest fresh water tur- 
tle. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1923 ; J 263379. 

Dille (John P.) co., Chicago. 

12957-12977 

Tempus Todd, Apr. 16-21, 29, May 6, 

13, 20, 27-June 1, 2, 10, 17, 24, July 

1. 1923. [Daily] © Apr. 16-21. 29. 



May 6, 13, 20, 27-June 1, 2, 10, 17, 

24, July 1, 1923; 1 c. each July 12- 
Aug. 4 ; K 176970, 177217-177236. 

Dillon (Vince) Fairfax, Okl. 

12978-12981 
Rope maker, Osage, 1-4. © Aug. 17, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 20 ; J 263530-263533. 

Dobson (Harry E.) New York 

12982 

Recording gauge chart for liquid 

depth gauge. [Blueprint] © 1 c. July 

25, 1923 ; I 8196. 

Dodge bros., Detroit. 12983-12987 

Dodge bros. touring car. [Man and 
child in car] © July 1, 1923; 2 c. 
July 9 ; K 176531. 

[Picnic scene] © June 30, 

1923 ; 2 c. July 9 ; K 176530. 

[With 3 men, etc.] © July 14, 

1923 ; 2 c. July 28 ; K 177050. 

[Dodge bros. touring car in farm- 
yard.] © June 30, 1923; 2 c. July 9; 
K 176532. 

[Newsboy looking in salesroom at 
Dodge car] © July 28, 1923; 2 c. 
July 28 ; K 177051. 

Dolice (Leon Louis) New York. 

12988-12993 
New York (City) Little church 
around the corner. © June 15, 1923 ; 
2 c. July 5 ; K 176685. 

New York (City) : 

Madison square garden. — Skyline. — 
Times square. — Woolworth tower over- 
looking St. Pauls graveyard. © May 
15. 1923 ; 2 c. each July 13 ; K 176626- 
176629. 

New York (City) Washington arch. 
© May 15, 1923 ; 2 c. July 5 ; K 176684. 

Donaldson lithogeaphing co., New- 
port, Ky. 12994-13002 

[9 prints] : 

Always have sweaters dry cleaned. 
[15 sheet poster, 5056] — Avoid perilous 
investments. Consult us. [16 sheet 
poster, 5053] — Best hot weather drink. 
[6 sheet poster, 5060]— [Bread, 6 sheet 
poster, 5062] — Cool comfort. Do it 
electrically. [24 sheet poster, 4932] — 
Dry clean blankets before storing. 
[15 sheet poster. 50521 — [Furniture, 
12 sheet poster, 5054] — [Tee cream. 14 
sheet poster. 4949] — Make your whole 
life carefree by systematic saving. [16 
sheet poster. 5063] © July 1. 1923: 
2 c. each July 13 : K 176642-176050. 



233 



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13003 



pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Doss (James Henry) Winfield, Ala. 

13003 
Half breeds. © July 25, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 6, 1 c. Aug. 22 ; J 263538. 

Doubleday (Ralph Russell) Chey- 
enne, Wy. 13004-13006 

Adams (Ben) riding, Belle Fourche, 
S. D. © July 4, 1923; 2 c. July 11; 
J 262912. 

Ewalt (Charlie) thrown from a wild 
Steer, Belle Fourche, S. D. © July 4, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 11 ; J 262911. 

Johnson (Charlie) thrown from a 
wild one, Belle Fourche, S. D. © July 
5, 1923 ; 2 c. July 11 ; J 262910. 

Douden (William) Washington. 

13007 
Proposed Wilson Co. court house, 
Wilson, N. C. [6 sheets, blueprints] 
© July 30, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 2 ; I 8242. 

Dow (Louis F.) co., St. Paul. 13008 
[Playmates] © July 24, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 27 ; K 177766. 

Dow, Jones & co., New York. 

13009,13010 
Bond and stock averages, high and 
low, by months. © July 6, 1923 ; 1 c. 
July 10 ; I 8160. 

U. S. steel common, quarterly high 
and low and number of shareholders. 
© July 7, 1923 ; 1 c. July 12, 1923 ; I 
8168. 

Drake (R. W.) Jacksonville, Fla. 

13011 
Should the motorist be kept in hot 
water? © June 25, 1923; 2 c. July 
18 ; K 176831. 

Drescher (John) co., inc., New York. 
13012, 13013 
[Full sail; by J. Gleich] © July 
20, 1923 ; 2 c. July 23 ; K 177053. 

[Strong breeze; by J. Gleich] © 
July 20, 1923 ; 2 c. July 23 ; K 177052. 

Duncan (Frank) Marfa, Tex. 13014 
Bolys camp meeting in Skillman 
Grove in the Davis Mountains of West 
Texas. © Aug. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 27 ; 
J 263604. 

Eberle (Merwin) Norman, Okl. 

13015-13018 

[4 photographs] : 

Flurer (Jack) on Overall Bill. — 
Hooling (Bud) on his ear. — Poinier 
(Fred) dismounting. — Smith (Ralph) 
on a steer. © Aug. 18, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Aug. 23 ; J 263561-263564. 



Eddy (Ralph J.) Oregon City, Or. 

13019-13034 

Oregon City, Or., paper mills by the 
falls. © Sept. 8, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 17 ; 
J 263754. 

Tillamook Head on guard at Sea- 
side. © Aug. 30, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 6 ; 
J 263681. 

Trails end at Seaside. © Aug. 30, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 6 ; J 263680. 

[5 photographs] : 

Neah-kah-nie Mountain by the sea. — 
Neah-kah-nie Mountain from Manza- 
nita. — Nestucca River past Pacific City 
beside the sea. — Pacific City, where 
the breakers roll in. — Promenade and 
automobile turn-around before the 
Hotel Seaside. © Aug. 21, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each Aug. 27 ; J 263584-263588. 

[8 photographs] : 

Along the coast highway in Tilla- 
mook Co. — Lounging on the beach by 
the i Hotel Seaside. — Neah-kah-nie 
Mountain from Manzanita. — Nestucca 
River and Pacific City viewed from 
the beach. — On the Nestucca River at 
Pacific City. — Pleasure beach at Sea- 
side. — Promenade toward Tillamook 
Head, Seaside. — Three Sisters at low 
tide, Barview. © Aug. 17, 1923; 2 c. 
each Aug. 22 ; J 263543-263550. 

Edison (Thomas A.) inc., Orange, 

N. J. 13035 

Edison (Thomas A.), Oberhardt 

head of. © Aug. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 11 ; 

J 263344. 

Edmonston studio, Washington. 

13036, 13037 
Coolidge (Calvin) 1, 2. © June 10, 
1922 ; 2 c. each Aug. 20, 1923 ; J 263513, 
263514. 

Edson (Norman) Burton, Wash. 

13038-13040 

[3 photographs] : 

Dawn on Puget Sound. — Reflection 
in Spanaway Lake. — Sun kissed. © 
June 25, 1923; 2 c. each July 5; J 
262872-262874. 

Edwards & Deutsch litho. co., Chi- 
cago. 13041, 13042 

Harding (Warren Gamaliel) por- 
trait. © Aug. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug., 6 ; 
K 177293. 

[Portrait with mourning bor- 
der] © Aug. 5, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 11; 
K 178028. 



234 



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no. 3, 1923 



13090 



El Adaeos (Premel) Chicago. 

13043-13047 

[El Adaros (Premel)] : 

[Appearance of the vatu at a dis- 
tance] — [Astral voyaging] — [El Ada- 
ros (Premel) ] — [Levitation] — [Mag- 
netic force and control of elementals.] 
© July 1, 1923 ; 2 c. each Aug. 11 ; 
K 177777-177781. 

Elliott service co.. New York. 

13048-13051 

[4 prints] : 

Don't get hurt. — Fools used to blow 
out the gas. Now they step on it. — Jay 
walker is taking a short cut to the 
hospital. — Reckless driver is a crimi- 
nal. © Aug. 15. 1923 : 2 c. each Aug. 
31; K 177868-177871. 

Ellis (Archie L.) Weston, W. Va. 

13052 
Pioneer 4-H instructions. © July 
10, 1923; 2 c. July 12; J 263098. 

Elvers (Charles F.) Arlington, Md. 

13053 
Call. © Mar. 1. 1923 ; 2 c. July 11 ; 
J 262909. 

Emblem mfg. corp.. Philadelphia. 

13054 
Johnny Wheat treats. © July 12, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 18 ; K 176824. 

Emerald taxicab co., inc., New York. 

13055 
Emerald hotel service. © May 22, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 27 ; K 176333. 

Emmons mfg. co., Alliance, O. 13056 
Six installation plans. © Aug. 21, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 22 ; I 8273. 

Emporium- world millinery co., Chi- 
cago. 13057 
Emporium- world millinery co., illus- 
tration service book. © July 25, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 26 ; K 177009. 

Engineers trading co., Brooklyn. 

13058 
Mail order efficiency chart. [Blue- 
print] © June 26, 1923 ; 2 c. July 9 ; 

1 8164. 

Enlind (K. Arvid) Brooklyn. 13059 
[Enlind clutchless and gearless 
transmission box style B] © 1 c. 
Aug. 27, 1923 ; I 8284. 

Erb (Frank C.) New York. 13060 

Festival of Herod or the head of 

John the Baptist. © July 19. 1923: 

2 c. July 21 ; J 263125. 



Erb (Winfred I.) Bangor, Me. 13061 
McCarthy (Rev. Jeremiah) ©Aug. 
20, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 22 ; J 263541. 

Erickson (Harry A.) Coronado, Calif. 

13062-13068 

Refueling aeroplane while in flight. 

151, 152. © C July 21, 1923 ; 2 c. each 

July 26; J 263202, 263203. 

U. S. army airplanes refueling, 421, 
426. © Aug. 28, 1923 ; 2 c. each Sept. 
4 ; J 263658, 263659. 

423, 425. © Aug. 28, 1923 ; 2 c. 

each Sept. 4 ; J 263657, 263660. 

in air, 169. © July 23, 1923; 

2 c. July 28 ; J 263242. 

Evans (Einar J.) Wenatchee, Wash. 
13069, 13070 
Echo Point, 1, 2. © Aug. 27, 1923 ; 
2 c. each Sept. 4 ; J 263638, 263639. 

Evening news assn., Detroit. 

13071-13083 
Mr. Straphanger, June 24-Sept. 16, 
1923. [Weekly] © June 24-Sept. 16, 
1923; 1 c. each June 28-Sept. 19; K 
176309, 176354, 176641, 176843, 177018, 
177210, 177457, 177553, 177774, 177820, 
178058, 178196, 178326. 

Evening sun, Baltimore. 13084 

Kauffman (Dorothy) © July 6, 
1923; 1 c. July 9; K 176534. 

Fairbanks (David H.) Chicago. 

13085 
International peace friendship and 
goodwill arch. © July 26, 1923 ; 2 c. 
July 30 ; J 263243. 

Fallis (Edwina H.) Denver. 13086 
Columbines. © July 15, 1923; 2 c. 
Aug. 11 ; J 263578. 

Faris (Edgar C.) Kansas City, Mo. 

13087 
[Egyptian divination calendar] © 
1 c. May 9, 1923 ; I 8260. 

Farnum (G. H.) Okemah, Okl. 

1308S, 13089 

Okemah, Okl., business section, S275. 
© Sept. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 11 ; J 263719. 

view from center of city look- 
ing four ways. © Sept. 17, 1923; 2 
c. Sept. 21 ; J 263904. 

Feather (Robert S.) Smithtown 

Branch, N. Y. 18090 

Setauket, L. I., N. Y., W r est Meadow 

bench. © Sept. 4, 1923; 2 c. Sept 7; 

J 263692. 



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13091 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Federal schools, inc., Minneapolis. 

13091, 13092 
Lesson demonstration for perspec- 
tive. © Aug. 1, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 13; 

1 8252. 

Lesson sheet for perspective. © 
Aug. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 13 ; I 8251. 

Field (Julius H.) Fayetteville, Ark. 
13093-13100 

[3 photographs] : 

East Mountain, 213. — Great white 
cloud, 214. — Morning lights, 215. © 
Aug. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 28; 
J 263610-263612. 

[5 photographs] : 

Duncan's Creek. — Homeward 
bound. — Old faithful. — Springtime 
evening. — 'Twixt winter and spring. 
© Sept. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Sept. 10; 
J 263704-263708. 

Fifth avenue fashion service, Bal- 
timore. 13101, 13102 

Fashions latest, sweater coats, pref- 
erably sleeveless. © July 9, 1923; 2 
c. July 11 ; K 176612. 

Knitted jacquette, smart and prac- 
tical. © July 23, 1923 ; 2 c. July 24 ; 
K 176956. 

Finnigan (William) Cincinnati. 

13103 
[Visitors guide, points of interest 
and beauty spots around Cincinnati, 
O.] © 1 c. July 14, 1923 ; I 8170. 

Fisher (Gertrude Morrison) Okla- 
homa City. 13104 
Gloomy goose. © Aug. 11, 1923; 

2 c. July 17 ; K 178329. 

Fisher (Harry C.) New York. 

13105-13135 
Mutt and Jeff, Mar. 1-31, 1923. 
[Daily] © Mar. 1-31, 1923 ; 1 c. each 
July 17 ; K 176892-176922. 

Fitz (Oliver C.) West Caroga Lake, 
N. Y. 13136-13147 

Pine Lake, N. Y. 

Boating. — General view. — Huff 
store. — Hunting lodge. — Picnic 
grounds. Round Top Mt. © July 9, 
1923; 2 c. each July 11; J 262915- 
262920. 

W. Caroga Lake, N. Y., queen of 
the lake. © June 27, 1923 ; 2 c. June 
28; J 263099. 

Sherman's bathing beach. © 

June 27, 1923 ; 2 c. June 28 ; J 263100. 



[4 prints] : 

E. Caroga Lake, N. Y., boating. — 
W. Caroga Lake, N. Y., Bedford 
store. — W. Caroga Lake, N. Y., cot- 
tages. — W. Caroga Lake, N. Y., park- 
ing grounds, Sherman's. © June 22, 
1923; 2 c. each June 26; K 262513- 
262516. 

Ford (Reginald E.) Ellensburg. Wash. 
13148-13150 

[3 photographs] : 

Andromeda. — Danse des fantomes. — 
Rose. © July 2, 1923 ; 2 c. each July 
9 : J 263057-263059. 

Foster (Orion Lawrence) Lafayette, 
Ind. 13151-13167 

[17 photographs] : 

April. — Dogwood and red bud. — Dune 
country. — June. — Lure of the dunes. — 
Pasture roses. — Purdue campus in 
spring. — Purdue tower. — Purple and 
gold. — Rainbow brook. — Red bud 
lane. — Shore dunes. — Spring drive. — 
Spring woods. — Sweet briar. — Sweet 
William.— Wild roses. © June 1, 1923 ; 
2 c. each July 13 ; J 262943-262959. 

Foster bros., Boston. 13168, 13169 

Avila, Spain, cathedral, tower from 
the north-east : by Kenneth Conant. 
© June 19. 1923: 2 c. July 5; K 
176321. 

Rouen. France, cathedral from the 
Place-haute-vieille-tour ; by Kenneth 
Conant. © June 19. 1923; 2 c. July 
5; K 176320. 

Frost (Vena) Seattle. 13170 

Harding's (President) farewell, Se- 
attle, July 27, 1923. © Aug. 9, 1923 ; 
2 c. Aug. 13 ; J 263364. 

Frost & Reed, ltd., Bristol, England. 

13171 
[Forgotten ; by Herbert Dicksee] © 
May 3, 1923 ; 1 c. Sept. 4 ; K 178002. 

Fryer (Arthur R.) Syracuse, N. Y. 

13172 

Svracuse, N. Y., aerial view, 501. © 
Aug. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 20 ; J 263509. 

Fuller (George H.) & son co., Chi- 
cago. 13173 
Ideal assortment, Fuller's findings, 
25. © May 1. 1923: 2 c. June 25; 
K 176364. 

Funk & Wagnalls co., New York. 

13174-13185 
[American eagle] (In Literary di- 
gest, July 7, 1923) © July 5, 1923; 
1 c. July 12 ; K 176617. 



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no. 3, 1923 



13210 



Concert. (In Literary digest, Aug. 
11, 1923) © Aug. 9, 1923; 1 c. Aug. 
16; K 177554. 

Happy isles, Yosemite natl. park. 
(In Literary digest, Aug. 4, 1923) 
© Aug. 2, 1923; 1 c. Aug. 11; 
K 177458. 

Lighthouse-keeper's daughter. (In 
Literary digest, July 28, 1923. © 
July 26, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 2 ; K 177283. 

Lobster fisherman. (In Literary 
digest, Aug. 18, 1923.) © Aug. 16, 
1923; 1 c. Aug. 23; K 177661. 

Old-fashioned bouquet. (In Liter- 
ary digest, July 21, 1923. © July 19, 
1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 2 ; K 177284. 

[Police dog] (In Literay digest, 
June 16, 1923) © June 14, 1923; 1 c. 
June 26; K 176187. 

Pool. (In Literary digest, Aug. 25, 
1923) © Aug. 23, 1923; 1 c. Aug. 
29 ; K 177817. 

Rose bower. (In Literary digest, 
June 30, 1923) © June 28, 1923; 

1 c. July 9 ; K 176584. 

Trout pool. (In Literary digest, 
June 23, 1923) © June 21, 1923; 1 c. 
June 27 ; K 176197. 

When school begins. (In Literary 
digest, Sept. 8, 1923) © Sept 6, 
1923; 1 c. Sept. 13; K 178197. 

Zinnias. (In Literary digest, Sept. 
15, 1923) © Sept. 13, 1923; 1 c. 
Sept. 19; K 178327. 

Gardner (Robert W.) New York. 

13186 
Principals of Greek design in rela- 
tion to mechanical law. © lc. Aug. 
22, 1923; I 8285. 

Garratt-Callahan co., Chicago. 

13187 
Changing waters. © Sept. 7, 1923; 

2 c. Sept. 17 ; K 178233. 

Gerberholtz (Jack) Brooklyn. 

13188-13191 

[4 drawings] : 

Four musketeers. — Race. — Red, 
white and blue. — World mill. © 1 c. 
each July 27, 1923 ; I 8261-8264. 

Gerhard sisters, St. Louis. 

13192, 13193 
Nash (Charlotte) 1, 2. © Aug. 23, 



1923; ? 
263577. 



c. each Aug. 



J 263576, 



Gileson (Geo. H.) co., New York. 

13194 

[Chart showing] pipe friction as a 

function of velocity, viscosity, density 

and pipe diameter. © July 31, 1923; 

2 c. Aug. 2; I 8240. 

Gill (John S.) Boston. 13195 

Vermont water fairy. © Aug. 19, 
1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 21 ; K 177638. 

Glasier (Fred W.) Brockton, Mass. 

13196 
Green (Minnie Thompson) © July 
5, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 13 ; J 263375. 

Gluck (Carl) Oakland, Calif. 13197 
Life's chart. © June 1, 1923; 2 c. 
Aug. 13 ; I 8255. 

Godfrey (Ralph M.) Bicknell, Ind. 

13198-13202 

Rex. © June 12, 1923; 2 c. July 
9 ; J 262887. 

[4 photographs] : 

Men and pony trapped in mine. — 
Rescue party. — Rex and J. D. Cot- 
trill. — Rex, trapped in mine at Bick- 
nell, Ind. © June 12, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
June 29 ; J 263082-263085. 

Goes lithographing co., Chicago. 

13203-13206 

Dermer (Henry) [Lithographed 
guarantee certificate] © Aug. 29, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 ; K 178310. 

Harmony creamery co. [Preferred 
stock certificate] © Sept. 6, 1923; 2 
c. Sept. 10; K 178138. 

[Lithographed bond with 20 cou- 
pons attached, green border and back, 
129] © Aug. 2, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 15; 
K 177536. 

[Lithographed stock certificate, eagle 
vignette, green border, with stub, 196] 
© Aug. 2, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 15: K 
177537. 



magazine, Grand 
13207, 13209 



Good furniture 
Rapids, Mich. 

[Furnishing and decorating the 
home, plate 388] © July 10, 1923 : 2 
c. July 21 ; K 176980. 

[plates 387, 3S9] © June 12, 

1923; 2 c. each July 21; K 176SS9. 
176891. 

Goodyear tike and rubber co., Arkon, 
O. 13210 

Goodyear means good wear. Good- 
year wingfoot heels. © June 25. 1923 ; 



C. June 29 ; K 176S57. 



67646—23- 



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13211 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Gospel trumpet co., Anderson, Ind. 

13211-13235 
[Abraham listening to God] © Sept. 
1, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 4 ; K 178001. 

[24 prints] : 

[Angel finding Elijah] — [Building 
the walls of Jerusalem] — [Crowning 
the boy Joash] — [Daniel among the 
lions] — [David and Abishai in Saul's 
camp] — [David and Jonathon] — [Eli- 
jah going to heaven] — [Elisha raising 
the dead boy] — [Finding the money in 
the sacks] — [Hanna bringing Sam- 
uel to Eli] — [Israelites gathering 
manna] — [Jacob meeting beautiful 
Rachel] — [Jesus and Peter on Gali- 
lee] — [Jesus and the twelve apos- 
tles] — [Joseph telling the meaning of 
Pharaoh's dreams] — [Judas kissing 
Jesus] — [Moses and the fire in the 
bush] — [Naaman in the River Jor- 
dan] — [Nebuchadnezzar in the 
fields] — [Noah and the ark] — [Priest, 
high priest, and levite] — [Samson kill- 
ing a lion] — [Saul struck down] — 
[Shepherds visiting the baby Jesus. 
© Sept. 19, 1923; 2 c. each Sept. 24; 
K 178367-178390. 

Grabill (B. E.) Fayetteville, Ark. 

13236-13238 
Fayettville, Ark., and the Ozarks 
from Mt. Sequoyah. © July 31, 1923 ; 
2 c. Aug. 6 ; J 263361. 

Lighton place, 2141. © July 30, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 6 ; J 263360. 

Sequoyah (Mt.) from U. of A. tower, 
2144. © July 28, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 6 ; J 
263359. 

Gray and Lampel, inc., New York. 

13239 
Style of double breasted semi-shapely 
Chesterfield overcoat [etc.] © Sept. 
6, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 11 ; K 178141. 

Grady (M. A.) Seattle. 13240 

Harding (President) © July 9, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 16 ; J 263391. 

Great northern fur dyeing and 
dressing co., Springfield Gardens, 
L. I., N. Y. 13241, 13242 

John Bunny and his northern seal 
bride. © June 14, 1923 ; 2 c. June 20 ; 
K 176092. 

July brings fourth northern seal. 
© June 21, 1923: 2 c. June 20; K 
176091. 



Griggs studio. Bartlesville, Okl. 

13243-13246 

Dewey roundup : 

Bulldogging, 103.— Caskey (Slim) 
bulldogging. 109, 110.— Roping, 133. © 
July 7, 1-923; 2 c. each July 12; J 
262928-262931. 

Gross (Edward) co., inc., New York. 

13247 
Pats. © June 28, 1923; 2 c. June 
30 ; K 176311. 

Groves studios. Lake Hopatcong, N. J. 

13248 
9th annual chess congress. © Aug. 
12, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; J 263499. 

Gutmann & Gutmann, New York. 

13249-13254 

[6 prints] : 

Announcement. — Chip of the old 
block. — Eternal flame. — [His mes- 
sage] — Spirit of the flowers. — Tempta- 
tion. © June 22, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 
27 ; K 176189-176194. 

Haas (Herman) New York. 13255 

Hayes (Archbishop Patrick J.) 
13004. © Aug. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 23 ; 
J 263557. 

Hadsell (Vincent P.) Lubbock, Tex. 

13256 
[He supplies while they live] © 
May 20, 1923 ; 2 c. June 19 ; K 174983. 

Hagie (Samuel Laird) Chicago. 

13257 
Gray goose markets. © 1 c. July 23, 
1923 ; I 8265. 

Haines (James M.) Kansas City, Mo. 

13258 
Coon Sanders orchestra, night 
hawks. © Mar. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. July 2 ; 
J 262881. 

Hakkerup (N. L.) Bemidji, Minn. 

13259-13265 

Bathing, 48. © July 28, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 13 ; J 263399. 

Birchmont, 49. © Aug. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 6 ; J 263329. 

57. © Aug. 2. 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 

6 ; J 263328. 

[4 photographs] : 

Bemidji, 55. — Birchmont, 45. — Dia- 
mond Point, 53, 54. © July 28, 1923 ; 
2 c. each July 31 ; J 263264-263267. 

Hall (Charles A.) co., inc., Omaha, 
Neb. 13266 

Spare the oil, spoil the car. © July 
9, 1923 ; 2 c. July 16 ; K 176923. 



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13311 



Hammond studios, Meridian, Miss. 

13267, 13268 
Ku Mux klan initiation, 1, 2. © 
July 6. 1923; 2 c. each, Aug. 13; 
J 263400, 263401. 

Hanks (Robert H.) Ellensburg, Wash. 

13269 
Bobbie's goat. © 1 c. July 12, 1923 ; 
J 263402. 

Hanna (Milton Edmund) Albu- 
querque, N. M. 13270, 13271 

Santo Domingo corn dancer. © 
June 1, 1923 ; 2 c. July 2 ; J 262696. 

Sunset trail. © Aug. 11, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 24 ; J 263570. 

Hargrave (Edward J.) Chicago. 

13272, 13273 

[Emblem signifying protection, en- 
closure 2] © June 5, 1923 ; 2 c. June 
28 ; K 176307. 

[Industrial pictorial illustration, en- 
closure 1] © June 5, 1923 ; 2 c. June 
28 ; K 176308. 

Harman (Wm. Hamilton) Nashville, 
Tenn. 13274 

Harman's harmless game. [Blue- 
print] ©June 12, 1923 ; 2 c. June 14 ; 

1 8156. 

Harris (W. J.) Lake Hopatcong, N. J. 

13275-13277 

Hopatcong (Lake) N. J. from Mt. 

Harry looking south. © Aug. 1, 1923 ; 

2 c. Aug. 6; J 263342. 

north. © Aug. 8, 1923; 2 c. 

Aug. 14 ; J 263380. 

south. © Aug. 8, 1923; 2 c. 

Aug. 14 ; J 263381. 

Harris & Ewing, Washington. 

13278-13311 

Anderson (Chandler P.) BD17193. 
© June 18, 1923; 2 c. July 20; 
J 263120. 

Andrews (Capt. Adolphus) 085952. 
© Mar. 19, 1923; 2 c. July 20; 
J 263114. 

Baldwin (Stanley) B84953. ©Apr. 
6, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263291. 

Candler (Mr. and Mrs. Asa G.) 
A 5974. © June 23, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; 
J 263123. 

Chvalkovsky '(Dr. Frantisek) 
A87452. © June 1, 1923 ; 2 c. July 24 ; 
J 263173. 

Collins (Governor Louis L.) 
BH76443. ©» June 18, 1923 ; 2 c. July 
24 ; J 263174. 



Cook (Mrs. Anthony Wayne) 
A86406. © Apr. 18. 1923 ; 2 c. July 24 ; 
J 263297. 

Corey (Merton L.) G85892. © Mar. 

21, 1923 ; 2 c. July 24 ; J 263165. 
Craigie (Mrs. R. Leslie) BH69472. 

© May 11, 1923; 2 c. July 20; 
J 263110. 

Crissinger (D. R.) N73331. © May 
2, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263294. 

Davis (D. W.) K74392. © June 20, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263115. 

Davis (James J.) F73110. © June 
16, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263293. 

Davis (Mrs. James J.) BG73111. 
© June 1, 1923; 2 c. July 20; 
J 263295. 

De Cardenas (Senora Francisco) 
CE86332. © June 28, 1923; 2 c. July 
24 ; J 263172. 

Drake (J. Walter) B85409. © June 

22, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263118. 
Edwards (Senator Edward) B85980. 

© Mar. 19, 1923; 2 c. July 20; 
J 263119. 

Gundaker (Guy) K83101. © June 

23, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263108. 
Hanihara (Masanao) H85637. © 

Feb. 27, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263112. 

Harding (President and Mrs. War- 
ren G.) A5398. © Mar. 6, 1923; 2 c. 
July 20 ; J 263122. 

Ince (Thomas H.) B80123. © May 
5, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263292. 

Kellogg (Senator Frank B.) 
B85537. © Feb. 5. 1923 ; 2 c. July 24 ; 
J 263167. 

Landes (Elmer S.) B85897. © Mar. 
13, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263107. 

Mellon (Ailsa) BD85344. © June 
18, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263121. 

Moore (Alexander P.) F85876. © 
Mar. 13, 1923 ; 2 c. July 24 ; J 263168. 

New (Harry S.) BK10743. © Mar. 
2, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263116. 

Preus (J. A. O.) BM38245. © May 
9, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263113. 

Radio central. A5990. © June 28, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 20 : J 263109. 

Sanford (Justice Edward Terry) 
BA85408. © Feb. 20. 1923; 2 c. July 
24 ; J 263166. 

Shrine executive committee. BA- 
83427. © May 25, 1923 : 2 c. July 24 ; 
J 263169. 

Steele (Capt. George W.) C71783. 
© July 2. 19123: 2 c. July 24: .1 263170. 

Tobin (Richard M.1 H85990. ©Mar. 
I 15, 1923 ; 2 c. July 24 ; J 263296. 



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13312 



pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Harris & Ewing — Continued. 

Wells (H. G.) K76845. © Dec. 2, 
1921 ; 2 c. July 20, 1923 ; J 263111. 

Wilson (Charles S.) G87240. © 
June 13, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263171. 

Work (Dr. Hubert) CN51207. © 
Mar. 8, 1923 ; 2 c. July 20 ; J 263117. 

Harris bros. co., Chicago. 13312 

Harris home beautiful, 1508. © 

July 24, 1923 ; 2 c. July 13 ; K 177670. 

Hart. Schaffner & Marx, Chicago. 

13313-13330 

[Displaying the new arrivals] © 
Feb. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 6 ; K 177348. 

[4 prints] : 

[Art critics]— [Radio fan]— [Sight- 
seers] — [Tennis fans] © June 21, 
1923; 2 c. each Aug. 6; K 177344- 
177347. 

[6 prints] : 

[Circus is here] — [Getting ready for 
the finals] — [In the locker room] — 
[Just resting] — [Look this way] — 
[Waiting for his partner] © July 18, 
1923; 2 c. each Aug. 6; K 177340- 
177343, 177349, 177350. 

[13 prints] : 

[Fisherman]— [Golf fan] — [Ideal 
summer comfort] — [Life guard] — 
[Moment of leisure] — [Mountain 
breezes] — [On the board walk] — [Per- 
fect start] — [Something's up] — 
[Stranger] — [Summer story] — [Tennis 
match]— [1776] © June 11, 1923; 2 
c. each Aug. 6 ; K 177327-177339. 

Harvey (John R.) Grants Pass, Or. 

13337 
It's the redwoods. © Aug. 1, 1923 ; 
2 c. Aug. 15 ; K 177534. 

Harwood (Ruth) Berkeley, Calif. 

1333S 
Greetings from the heart of Cali- 
fornia. © Sept. 20, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 
20; K 178330. 

Hazelton (Elizabeth C.) Seattle. 

13339-13342 

(Alaskan forget me nots) : 

Iceberg, from Taku Glacier. — 
Juneau, Alaska, Front street. — 
Juneau, Alaska, high school. — Taku 
Glacier. © June 30, 1923; 2 c. each 
July 5 ; K 176977-176980. 

Hearn (Walter A.) Baltimore. 

13343, 13344 

[General cleaners] © Sept. 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 7 ; K 178349. 

Hearn building, natl. window and 
office cleaning co. © Sept. 7, 1923; 2 
c. Sept. 7 : K 178350. 



Hellpot (W. F.) Frenchtown, N. J. 
13345, 13346 

Baby chicks in boxes awaiting the 
train that will start them on their re- 
spective journeys. © 1 c. July 11, 
1923 ; J 262913. 

Rhode Island reds, barred rocks, and 
white leghorns, all less than a day 
old. © 1 c. July 11, 1923 ; J 262914. 

Helmer (Odell) Oklahoma, Okl. 

13347 
Drinking cup. © 1 c. June 30, 1923 ; 
J 262674. 

Henderson (F. R.) & co., inc., New 
York. 13348, 13349 

Rubber. Price of ribbed smoked 
sheets at New York and total monthly 
exports from the east, July, 1922- 
June, 1923. © July 3, 1923 ; 2 c. July 
5 ; I 8159. 

Aug. 1922 to July, 1923. © 

Aug. 8, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 11 ; I 8256. 

Henneman (V.) Boothbay Harbor, 

Me. 13350 

Boothbay Harbor, Me., the Madeira 

of Maine. © July 19, 1923 ; 2 c. July 

20 ; J 263106. 

Herbener (Ed.) Washington. 13351 
Washington, D. C, Grace Dodge 
hotel. © Aug. 1, 1922; 2 c. July 30, 
1923 ; J 263252. 

Hercules powder co., Wilmington, 
Del. 13352 

I'se done lost de lunch. © Mar. 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 1 ; K 177158. 

Herrick (Tracy E.) Cleveland. 

13353 
Developing the business of the trust 
department. © July 18, 1923; 2 c. 
Aug. 2 ; I 8276. 

Herring (G. Francis) Washington. 

13354 
Old ice pond. © July 18, 1923 ; 2 c. 
July 18 ; J 263078. 

Heston (Alfred M.) Ossining, N. Y. 
13355, 13356 

Grandfather. © Aug. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 18 ; K 178312. 

This is the waggon that grandfather 
built. © Aug. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 18 ; 
K 178311. 

Hibbard (C. J.) Minneapolis, Minn. 

13357, 13358 

Closing banquet, Nicollet hotel, April 
19, 1923. © Apr. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. July 9 ; 
J 262890. 

First natl. Soo line bldg. © May 11, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 19 ; J 263871. 



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no. 3, 1923 



13406 



Htbbard co., Cleveland. 13359 

Proper arrangement of food in re- 
frigerator. © 1 c. July 11, 1923; I 
8179. 

Higham (Arthur Henry) Chicago. 

13360 
Combination cooler, soda fountain 
and pastry case. © July 1, 1923 ; 2 c. 
July 11; K 176613. 

Heller (Eugene F.) Chicago. 13361 
Weight of 16 page sections. © 1 c. 
May 23, 1923 ; I 8176. 

Hills (Frank D.) Miami, Okl. 

13362 

Clabber (Chief Peter) and John 
Beaver. © 1 c. May 18, 1923; J 
263385. 

Hilton (A. H.) Lewiston, Id. 

13363-13370 

Garrig (Christina) © Sept. 20, 
1921 ; 2 c. June 25 ; J 262461. 

Too-Lah. © June 20, 1923; 2 c. 
June 25 ; J 262462. 

[3 photographs] : 

McConville (Jim) — Whitebear 

(Jonas)— Whitebird (Jim) © July 1, 
1923; 2 c. each Aug. 1; J 263275- 
263277. 

[3 photographs] : 

Sun-Down ( Jackson ) — Whitebear.— 
Whitebird. © June 20, 1923; 2 c. 
each Aug. 1 ; J 263273, 263274, 263278. 

Hixon-Newman studios, Kansas City, 
Mo. 13371 

Reilley (Gilian Ann) © July 9, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 14 ; J 262962. 

Holl (Roland Henry) Sadorus, 111. 

13372, 13373 

Eclipse of the sun, 2 :47 o'clock, Sa- 
dorus, 111., Sept. 10, 1923. © Sept. 12, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 17 ; J 263746. 

Elks. © Aug. 29, 1923; 2 c. Sept 
17 ; J 263747. 

Hollard (Louis) Denver. 13374-13377 
James Peak and auto road, 0139. — 
James Peak and Moffat tunnel line, 
0137.— James Peak from Tolland, 
0136. — Moffat tunnel line and James 
Peak at left, 0138. © June 27, 1923 ; 
2 c. each July 2 ; J 262864-262867. 

Holyoke card and paper co., Spring- 
field, Mass. 13378-13381 
Ranger cover prize contest, design 
A-D. © Nov. 15, 1922 ; 1 c. each June 
21, 1923, 1 c. each July 26, 1923; K 
176967-176969, 177032. 



Home life photographers, Lynbrook, 
L. I., N. Y. 13382,13383 

Shorty, A. B. © July 10, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each Aug. 6 ; J 263403, 263404. 

Honti (Nandor) New York. 

13384-13386 

Clever five-in-one cut-out. © July 8, 
1923 ; 1 c. July 9 ; K 176538. 

Real airplane cutout. © July 29, 
1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 2 ; K 177252. 

"Uncle Sam false face. © July 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 30 ; K 176365. 

Hopkins (Frank W.) Chicago. 

13387-13392 

Lucky toy dog doll. © 1 c. July 21, 
1923 ; J 263134. 

Toy dog doll: 

Cuddle. — Dumbell. — Jazz. — Snug- 
gle. — Vamp. © 1 c. each July 13; 
J 263135-263139. 

Howe (W. S.) Somerville, Mass. 

13393 
June in the winter. © Feb. 14, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 29 ; K 176848. 

Hughes & Bailey, Brooklyn. 

13394, 13395 
Hudson, N. Y., aero view. © Sept 

4, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 5 ; K 178007. 
Tuckahoe, N. Y., aero view. © Sept. 

5, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 5 ; K 178006. 

Hunter (Henry Clayton) Cheyenne, 
Wy. 13396-13398 

[3 photographs] : 

Cheyenne, Wy., from the air. — Fron- 
tier park from the air. — Fort Russell 
from the air. © July 24, 1923; 2 c. 
each July 27 ; J 263228-263230. 

Huntington (C. L.) Oakland, Calif. 

13399 
Let there be light. © July 24, 1923 ; 
2 c. July 30 ; J 263254. 

Hurtig (Jules) New York. 13400 

Just married. © Sept. 12, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 17 ; K 178281. 

Ihrig studio, Spokane, Wash. 

13401-13405 
L'Ehmann (Mrs. Veta) 1-5. © 
Mar. 13, 1923; 1 c. each Apr. 2, 1 c. 
each Apr. 16; J 262476-262480. 

Institute for research in land eco- 
nomics and public utilities, 
Madison, Wis. 13406 

Institute for research in land eco- 
nomics and public utilities. [Insignia 
or seal] © Apr. 15, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 
2: I 8241. 



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13401 



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Insurance co. of North America, 
Philadelphia. 13407 

Insurance agent offers complete 
protection. (In Saturday evening 
post, June 23, 1923) © June 21, 1923 ; 

1 c. June 26 ; K 176312. 

International feature service, inc., 
New York. 13408-13477 

Applying athletics. © Aug. 19, 
1923; 1 c. Aug. 23; K 149864. 

Bringing up father, June 3, July 1- 

Aug. 26, 1923 [Weekly]. © June 3, 

July 1-Aug. 26, 1923; 2 c. each July 

* 12-Aug. 28; K 149837. 149848, 149858, 

149874-149880. 

Dan's weather bureau. © July 1, 
1923; 1 c. July 3; K 149834. 

Eddie's friends, May 27-June 10, 
July 1-July 15, July 29-Aug. 26, 1923 ; 
[Weekly]. © May 27-June 10, July 
1-July 15, July 29-Aug. 26, 1923; 

2 c. each July 12-Aug. 28; K 149842, 

149845, 149854-149856, 149882, 149883, 
149888, 149891, 149897, 149898. 

Five senses. © June 24, 1923 ; 1 c. 
June 26; K 149832. 

Happy Hooligan. © July 1, 1923; 
2 c. July 12 ; K 149838. 

Same. © July 8, 1923; 2 c. 

July 12; K 149847. 

Here's looking at you. © Sept. 2, 
1923 ; 1 c. Sept. 10 ; K 149867. 

Honeymoon kitchen. © June 24, 
1923; 1 c. July 2; K 149833. 

Hurrah for the Red, White and 
Blue. © July 1, 1923 ; 1 c. July 12 ; 
K 149849. 

Idol worship. © July 29, 1923; 

1 c. Aug. 11 ; K 149859. 

Jerry on the job, June 3, 10, July 1, 
8, 29-Aug. 26, 1923. [Weekly] © 
June 3, 10, July 1, 8, 29-Aug. 26, 
1923; 2 c. each July 12-Aug. 28; K 
149840, 149843, 149853. 149857, 149884, 
149887, 149890, 149894, 149899. 

Katzenjammer kids, June 3, July 1- 
22, Aug. 5-26, 1923. [Weekly] © 
June 3, July 1-22, Aug. 5-26, 1923; 2 
c. each July 12-Aug. 28; K 149839, 

149846, 149852, 148868-149873. 

Little house. © July 15, 1923 ; 1 c. 
July 17; K 149835. 

Little Jimmy, July 1-Aug. 26, 1923. 
[Weekly] © July 1-Aug. 26, 1923; 

2 c. each July 12-Aug. 28; K 149841, 
149844, 149885, 149886, 149889, 149892, 
149893, 149895, 149896. 

Midsummer day's dream. © July 
22, 1923 ; 1 c. July 31 ; K 149851. 



Mr. Batch. © Aug. 19, 1923; 2 c. 
Aug. 28; K 149881. 

Open season. © Aug. 12, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 23; K 149863. 

Paddle your own. © Aug. 5, 1923; 
1 c. Aug. 18 ; K 149860. 

Peace offering. © Aug. 26. 1923; 
1 c. Sept. 10 ; K 149866. 

Plumes and patches. © July 8, 
1923; 1 c. July 19; K 149850. 

Quotes. © Aug. 26, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 
28; K 149861. 

Rain beau. © Aug. 19, 1923; 1 c. 
Aug. 29; K 177822. 

Sitting pretty. © Aug. 12, 1923; 
1 c. Aug. 20 ; K 149865. 

Stop, thief. © June 17, 1923 : 1 c. 
June 26; K 149831. 

Summer landscape. © Aug. 5, 
1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 23 ; K 149862. 

Why he never married. © July 8, 
1923; 1 c. July 10; K 149836. 

International newsreel corp., New 
York. 13478-13489 

Great Japanese disaster, 1-6. © 
Sept. 9, 1923; 2 c. each Sept. 21; J 
263911-263916. 

Japanese disaster, 1-6. © Sept. 19, 
1923; 2 c. each Sept. 21; J 263905- 
263910. 

Intern atl. shoe co. (Peters branch) 
St. Louis. 13490 

Lucky dog. © Aug. 15, 1923; 2 c. 
Sept. 1 ; K 177881. 

Ives (Heath A.) Hyder, Alaska. 

13491-13496 

Hyder, Alaska. © July 7, 1923; 2 
c. July 21 ; J 263140. 

Tongass Island, Alaska: 

Indian totem poles. — Memoirs of a 
mighty race. — Tongass Indian, Lincoln 
totem. — Tongass Indian totems. — To- 
tems of Tongass chiefs. © July 7, 
1923; 2 c. each July 21; J 263141- 
263145. 

Jacoby (John C. F.) Saratoga 
Springs, N. Y. 13497, 13498 

Never make a mistake. © Aug. 6, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 11 ; K 177775. 

Same. © Sept. 1, 1923; 2 c. 

Sept. 5 ; K 178004. 

James & Merrihew, Seattle. 

13499, 13500 
Coolidge (Calvin S.) 1, 2. © Aug. 
17, 1923 ; 2 c. each Aug. 23 ; J 263558, 
263559. 

Jamestown furniture market assn., 
Jamestown, N. Y. 13501 



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13638 



Master of his trade, i© 1 c. Sept. 
10, 1923 ; J 263774. 

Jaycock (William J.) W. Somerville, 
Mass. 13502-13504 

Greater yellow legs: 

Alighting. — Feeding. — Running. © 
July 15, 1923; 2 c. each July 26; J 
263199-263201. 

Johns-Mansvtlle, inc., New York. 

13505 

[Details of application of Johns- 

Mansville waterproofing, M 21, M 22. 

2 sheets] © May 17, 1923 ; 2 c. July 

18; I 8184. 

Johnson (Andrew F.) Gray, Me. 

13506-13508 

Body layout. [Blueprint] © July 
3, 1923 ; 2 c. June 30 ; I 8177. 

Same. © July 3, 1923; 

2 c. July 7 ; I 8267. 

Development. [Blueprint] © July 
3, 1923; 2 c. July 7; I 8266. 

Johnson (J. W.) Hamilton, Mont. 

13509 
Oldest postmistress in U. S. A. © 
July 28, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 1 ; J 263271. 

Jones (Joseph E.) Detroit. 13510 
Home guaranty assn. © July 13, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 25 ; K 177251. 

Jordan (Roger P.) Portland, Me. 

13511 
Athanassiades (Archbishop Pantele- 
imon) © Aug. 14, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 18; 
J 263539. 

Jorud (Leslie H.) Helena, Mont. 

13512 
Harding (President) in Helena, 
Mont, June 29, 1923. © Aug. 28, 1923 ; 
2 c. Sept. 4; J 263633. 

Journal ptg. co., Minneapolis. 

13513-13521 

Johnson (Senator-elect and Mrs. 
Magnus) milk the cows. © July 22, 
1923 ; 1 c. July 27 ; K 177420. 

[8 prints] : 

Admires Lincoln and looks like 
Roosevelt [etc.]. — As hard a task as 
getting in the hay [etc.]. — I am for the 
common people [etc.]. — Johnson (Mrs. 
Magnus) secretary of the Meeker Co. 
school board. — Milking time at the 
home of senator-elect Magnus Johnson 
Meeker Co., Minn. [etc.]. — © July 29, 
roar a freight train [etc.] — Second 
Farmer-labor member of the next Con- 
gress [etc.]. — Tribe of Magnus of 
Joyce (Halcyon) Marysville, Calif. 



1923; 2 c. each Aug. 4; K 177782- 
177789. 

Joyce (Halcyon) Marysville, Calif. 

13522 
Don Fat Lee. © Sept. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 13 ; J 263725. 

Kaufman (Angela C.) Los Angeles. 

13523 
Justice no longer blind. © 1 c. July 
26 ; J 263198. 

Kay-zee photo service, Phoenix, Ariz 

13524 
Phoenix, Ariz., Deaconess hospital, 
dedication, 11570. © 1 c. June 30, 
1923 ; J 262677. 

Kaynee co., Cleveland. 13525 

Boy in a Kanyee is always well 
dressed. © May 12, 1923; 2 c. June 
21; K 176847. 

Keasbey & Mattison co., Ambler, Pa. 

13526 
Ambler, Pa., Keasbey & Mattison 
co., view of plant. © July 6, 1923 ; 2 
c. July 10 ; J 262963. 

Keating (Ora Albert) Urbana, 111. 

13527 

Urbana, 111., new Urbana hotel. © 

July 17, 1923; 2 c. July 20; J 263081. 

Keelee art co., Boston. 13528, 13529 
[Spiritual bouquet, Sacred heart, 

683] © July 2, 1923; 2 c. July 3; 

K 176851. 

[The cross, 793] © July 2, 

1923 ; 2 'c. July 3 ; K 176852. 

Kentz (Milton) Baltimore. 13530 

Fish hawk and nest. © Aug. 2, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 4 ; J 263317. 

Keough (James Potter) New York. 

13531 
That current we call melody is na- 
ture's most beautiful river. © Aug. 
30, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 11 ; K 178199. 

Keyser (L. P.) and Searle (R. G.) 
Washington. 13532-13535 

Harding (Pres.) funeral, 1-4. © 

Aug. 15, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 15; 

J 263386-263389. 

Keystone view co., Meadville, Pa. 

13536-13638 

Harding (President) : 

Aboard the U. S. S. Henderson in 
Alaskan waters, 18519. — Addressing 
boy scouts at Butte, Mont., 1S51S. — 
At Inspiration Point, Yellowstone 
Falls, Wy., 1S506.— At U. S. veterans 
hospital no. 77, Portland, Or.. 1S520. — 



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13638 



pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Keystone view co. — Continued. 

Harding (President) — Continued. 
Becomes life member of old Oregon 
trail assn. at Meachem, Or., 18521. — 
Driving a tractor binder, Hutchinson, 
Kan., 18505.— Enjoying his golf at 
Salt Lake City, Utah, 18508.— Feeds 
Max the bear in Yellowstone natl. 
park, Wy., 18517. — First president to 
visit Alaska, speaking at Ketchikan, 
18523. — Getting first hand knowledge 
about irrigation in Id., 18509. — Holds 
pow wow with Umabilla Indians at 
Meachem, Or., 18512.— In the cab of 
great St. Paul electric locomotive, Fal- 
con, Id., 18510. — Lays corner stone to 
new Masonic temple, Ketchikan, Alas- 
ka, 18526.— Making one of his first 
speeches on great Alaskan trip at 
Martinsburg, Md., 18504.— Off for the 
golf course in fine fettle, Salt Lake 
City, Utah, 18516.— Reading the mes- 
sage and Charles Becker, pony ex- 
press rider who carried it, announc- 
ing the election of President Lincoln, 
Meachem, Or., 18513. — Speaking at 
Butte, Mont., 18511. — Speaking at old 
Oregon trail celebration, Meachem, 
Or., 18522. © Aug. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Aug. 16; J 263463-263465, 263469- 
263474, 263476, 263478-263485. 

Harding (President) : 

Among good friends in Alaska, 
18592. — And Gov. Bone of Alaska be- 
neath arch of welcome at Metlakatla, 
18580. — And Mrs. Harding in Van- 
couver, B. C, 28001. — And party enjoy- 
ing glacier sights in Alaska, 18590. — 
And party riding horses into canyons 
of Zion national park, Utah, 18595. — 
And party visit Darwin fox farm in 
Alaska, 18596.— And Secretary Chris- 
tian watching steam hole, Yellowstone 
national park, 18576. — At the throttle 
on government railway, in Alaska, 
18582. — Driving the last spike on the 
Alaskan railway at Tanana River, 
18591. — Greeted by citizens of Sitka, 
Alaska, 18589. — Hitting the ties in 
Alaska, 18586. — Inspecting Canadian 
soldiers at Vancouver, B. C, Canada, 
18578. — Meets Charlie Russell, famous 
cowboy artist, Butte, Mont., 18598. — 
Meets representatives of Dominion 
government at Vancouver, B. C, 
18593. — Secretaries Hoover, Work and 
Wallace and ex-Governor Spry in 
Alaska, 18587. — Speaking at Sitka, 
Alaska, 18597. — Speaking at Vancou- 
ver, B. C, 18585. © Aug. 15, 1923; 
2 c. each Sept. 19; J 263823, 263834, 
263840, 263845, 263846, 263850-263852, 
263854, 263855, 263857, 263859, 263861- 
263864, 263866. 



Harding (President) funeral: 

Arrival of President and Mrs. Cool- 
idge at Dr. Harding's home, Marion, 
O., 18574. — Funeral train bearing body 
coming into Chicago, 111., 18567. — 
President and Mrs. Coolidge leaving 
capitol where President Harding's 
body was lying in state, Washington. 
D. C, 18570. — Procession on way to 
cemetery, Marion, O., 18566. — Pullman 
car, Superb, containing body of Presi- 
dent Harding in Chicago, 111., 18568.— 
Reaches the end of his last journey 
home, Marion. O., 18573. © Aug. 15, 
1923; 2 c. each Sept. 19; J 263830, 
263835. 263842, 263844, 263847, 263867. 

Harding (President and Mrs.) : 

Aboard the Henderson in Alaskan 
waters, 18575. — And many d i s t i n - 
guished members of presidential party, 
aboard the Henderson in Alaskan 
waters, 18581. — At Emerald pool, Yel- 
lowstone national park, 18577. — Like 
the kiddies in Alaska, 28002. © Aug. 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. each Sept. 19 ; J 263841, 
263853, 263856, 263860. 

Harding (President and Mrs.) : 

Alaskan salmon looks good at Met- 
lakatla, Alaska, 18514.— And Gov. 
Bone at Ketchikan, Alaska, 18525. — 
And Gov. Bone of Alaska at Metla- 
katla, 18524.— And Park Supt. Albright 
enjoying the wonders of Yellowstone 
Falls [etc] 18516.— In Yellowstone 
national park, Wy., 18507. — Visit Lin- 
coln memorial before Alaskan trip, 
Washington, D. C. 18503. © Aug. 2, 
1923; 2 c. each Aug. 16; J 263462, 
263466-263468, 263475, 263477. 

Harding's (President) : 

Body lying in state, east room of 
the White House, 18571.— Car at head 
of parade, Vancouver, B. C, 18599. — 
Special on Alaska railway, the presi- 
dent in engine cab, 18579. © Aug. 15, 
1923; 2 c. each Sept. 19; J 263848, 
263849, 263865. 

[15 photographs] : 

Arlington natl. cemetery, Va., bier 
of unknown soldier, 26285. — Boy's pure 
blood holstein club judging milk cows, 
2158. — Centralized township school, 
26250.— County community center, 
market, education, health, sanitation, 
26253. — Farm boys treating seed oats 
to prevent smut, 26269. — Ford, Edison 
and Firestone at the King residence, 
Marion, O., President Harding's funer- 
al, 18551. — Harding's (President) body 
leaving the White House, Washington, 
D. C, 18561. — Home-making, domestic 
art, centralized school, 18451. — Machine 
dept. where all the special machines 
used in making the Elgin watches are 



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no. 3, 1923 



13699 



built, 26259. — Manual training, cen- 
tralized school, 26284.— Old Faithful 
in action, 26270. — Pennsylvania state 
police, part of troop D, 26289.— Polk, 
Pa., state institution for care and 
training of the mentally defective, 
26215. — Shetland pony with week-old 
foal, the children's pet, 26288.— Water 
pollution, too common a source of dis- 
ease, 26290. © Aug. 21, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Aug. 27 ; J 263589-263603. 

[16 photographs] : 

Bowden, Jamaica, loading vessels 
with bananas, 25150. — Cluster of 
grapefruit, Jamaica, 25158. — Coolies, 
man and woman, Jamaica, 25143. — 
Domine non sum dignus, O Lord, I am 
not worthy, 1163. — Home, sweet home, 
Jamaica, 25142. — Husking coconuts, 
Jamaica, 25160. — Kingston, Jamaica, 
Jubilee market, interior, 25102. — Lens, 
France, a family living in their ruined 
house, 19252. — Native homes, Jamaica, 
25141. — Plymouth, Mass., burial 
ground, 26090.— Rio Grande at Golden 
Vale Ferry, Jamaica, 25174. — Road- 
side market, Jamaica, 25130. — S t . 
Mihiel, France, Place des Halles, 
19248. — Sweet venders, Jamaica, 
25139. — Vise, Belgium, scene of the 
first conflict of the war, 19256.— Wil- 
son (President) and Brand Whitlock 
at Nieuport, Belgium, 19265. © June 
1, 1923 ; 2 c. each Aug. 16 ; J 263457- 
263461, 263486-263496. 

[18 photographs] : 

Bone (Gov.) dons Eskimo parks for 
President and Mrs. Harding, 18594. — 
Chestnut tree in blossom, Crawford, 
Co., Pa., 8217. — Chestnut tree in blos- 
som, near view of top, Crawford Co. 
Pa., 8215. — Flowering dogwood tree in 
bloom, cornus florida, L., 8226. — Giant 
live oak tree, Florida, quercus virens, 
ait, 8236. — Hoover (Secretary Her- 
bert) caught fish at Seward, Alaska, 
18564. — Marion, O., Monument ceme- 
in native boat, unloaded from steam- 
ship, 14898. — Kobe, Japan, native 
bank, 14903. — Marion, O., King home 
opened its doors to prominent guests 
attending the Harding funeral, 
18564. — Marion, O., Mounment ceme- 
tery, 18563. — Moose cow in a Canadian 
thicket, 21271. — Presidential party on 
hay rack special at Cordova, Alaska, 
18583.— Vancouver, B. C, Canada, 
British troops and U. S. Marines in 
line for President Harding, 28000.— 
Washington, D. C., entering capitol to 
pay their last respects to President 
Harding, 18569.— Washington, D. C, 
White House, flag at half mast while 
President Harding's body was lying 



in state 18572. — Wilson (Ex-president 
and Mrs.) Washington, D. C, 18565 — 
Woodchuck or ground hog, popular 
weather prophet for the six weeks fol- 
lowing Candlemas day, 21264. — Work 
(Secretary) Ex-governor Spry of U. S. 
land office and reindeer herders in 
Alaska, 18588. © Aug. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. 
each Sept. 19 ; J 263821, 263822, 263824- 
263829, 263831-263833, 263836-263839, 
263843, 263858, 263868. 

Kidd (J. Wm.) Niles, O. 13639 

8 KG radio telephone and C. W. 
circuit with special speech amplifier 
application. [Blueprint] © May 22, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 21 ; I 8187. 

Kimball (Roy) Beverly, Mass. 

13640 

Ye commonwealth art colony. © 

July 21, 1923 ; 2 c. July 21 ; J 263298. 

King features syndicate, inc., New 
York. 13641-13696 

Barney Google, June 10-July 8, 
July 22-Sept. 16, 1923. [Weekly] © 
June 10-July 8, July 22-Sept. 16, 
1923; 1 c. each June 19-Sept. 24; 
K 176587, 176594, 176598, 176619, 
176885, 177213, 177461, 177574, 177651, 
177886, 178040, 178182, 178287, 178363. 

Stumble inn June 9-Sept. 15, 1923. 
[Weekly] © June 9-Sept. 15, 1923; 
1 c. each June 19-Sept. 24 ; K 176591, 
176595, 176599, 176621, 176883, 176955, 
177212, 177459, 177572, 177653, 177883, 
178179, 178180, 178286, 178365. 

Tillie the toiler, June 10-July 8, 
July 22-Sept. 16, 1923. [Weekly] © 
June 10-July 8, July 22-Sept. 16, 
1923; 1 c. each June 19-Sept. 24; K 
176586, 176593, 176597, 176620, 176884, 
177214, 177462, 177575, 177652, 177885. 
178041, 178183, 178288, 178364. 
Toots and Casper, June 10-July 8, 
July 22-Sept. 9, 1923. [Weekly] © 
June 10-July 8, July 22-Sept. 9, 1923 ; 
1 c. each June 19-Sept. 18 ; K 176585, 
176592, 176596, 176618, 1768S6, 177211, 
177460, 177573, 177650, 177884, 178042, 
178181, 178285. 

Kleineets, New York. 13697 

Gem. (In McCalls, Apr., 1923) © 

Mar. 10, 1923 ; 1 c. June 15 ; K 1760SS. 

Knapp bros. mfg. co., Chicago. 13698 
Knapp system of sanitary metal 
trim. © 1 c. July 23, 1923 ; I 8275. 

Knox mfg. co., Philadelphia. 13699 
[Knox eagle head] © July 20. 
1923 ; 2 c. July 21 ; K 17703S. 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



13700 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Koenig (Frank) Cincinnati. 13700 
De luxe players assn. © Aug. 21, 
1923; 2 c. Aug. 23; K 177662. 

Kohler (Hans) & co., Munich, Ger- 
many. 13701, 13702 
[Engle verkundet den hirten die 
geburt Jesu; by Robert Leinweber] 
© Mar. 1, 1923; 1 c. July 10; K 
177465. 

[3 weisen aus dem Morgenlande. by 
Robert Leinweber] © Mar. 1, 1923: 

1 c. July 10 ; K 177464. 

Koken cos., St. Louis. 13703-13705 
Our hydraulic mechanism. © Aug. 
4, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 6 ; I 8288. 

Sheba, style X. © June 9, 1923; 

2 c. June 11; K 176188. 

Tonique de luxe. © June 29, 1923 ; 
2 c. May 31 ; K 175533. 

Koons (G. C.) Sarasota, Fla. 13706 
Leaping tarpon. © July 28, 1923; 
2 c. Aug. 4 ; J 263313. 

Kosiba (H. T.) New York. 13707 

Vanderbilt (Cathleen) and brides- 
maids. © June 21, 1923; 2 c. June 
25 ; J 263542. 

Koss (Harry) Cleveland. 

13708-13710 

Gill (Emerson) and his orchestra, 
1, 2. © Aug. 29, 1923 ; 2 c. each Sept. 
10; J 263716, 263717. 

Moran (Howard) and his orchestra, 
3. © Sept. 1, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 10; 
J 263718. 

Krenz (George Arthur Reinholdt) 

Toledo, O. 13711 

Triangle development of imperfect 

cones or parts of cones. © 1 c. July 10, 

1923 ; I 8165. 

Krone bros., Hackensack, N. J. 

13712, 13713 
Helps in object drawing, 1, 2. © 
June 25, 1923; 2 c. each June 27; 
K 176849, 176850. 

Ktjbey-Rembrant studios, Philadel- 
phia. 13714, 13715 

Montgomery (Helen Hope) © Mar. 
13, 1923 ; 2 c. July 31 ; J 263269. 

Scott (Edgar) © Jan. 5, 1923; 
2 c. July 31 ; J 263268. 

Labbie (Grace Dean) Boothbay Har- 
bor, Me. 13716-13720 
Sea gulls, A, B. © July 21, 1923; 
2 c. each July 30; J 263244. 263245. 



[3 photographs] : 

Girl and buoy. — Sea gulls. — Sea 
gulls on posts. © Sept 14, 1923; 2 c. 
each Sept. 17; J 263748-263750. 

Lamb (Cyril E.) Ypsilanti, Mich. 

13721 
Fruit Ridge, Mich., George B. Hor- 
ton monument. © Aug. 13, 1923; 
2 c. Aug. 15 ; J 263395. 

Lancaster (George W.) Richmond, 
Va. 13722 

Open the channel this bank has pro- 
vided. © Apr. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. May 28 ; 
J 262682. 

Earner (Mortimer F.) Lansing, Mich. 

13723 
Lansing, Mich., Michigan state Capi- 
tol. © Aug. 25, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 28; 
J 263607. 

La Rocca (S.) New York. 13724 

Performance announcer. © July 
21, 1923 ; 2 c. July 31 ; K 177641. 

Laudenslager (C. H.) Sioux City, la. 

13725 
Sioux City luggage shop. [Letter- 
head] © Sept. 1. 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 14 ; 
K 178394. 

Lawrence studio, Lawrence, Kan. 

13726, 13727 

K. U. commencement, 1923. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1923 ; J 262481. 

Kreeck {Mayor Geo.) © 1 c. June 
9, 1923 ; J 262482. 

Leeson (B. W.) Quatsino, Vancouver 
Island, British Columbia, Canada. 

13728 
Passing of the Siwash. © May 20, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 4, 1923 ; J 262456. 

Lehigh Portland cement co., Allen- 
town, Pa. 13729 
Washington, D. C, our capitol. © 
June 23, 1923 ; 2 c. July 23 ; K 177033. 

Leissner (Leo) Berlin. 

13730-13741 

Fruhling; by Max Merker. © Mar. 
1, 1922 ; 2 c. July 10, 1923 ; K 176611. 

Im fruhling; by Muller-Kurzwelly. 
© Aug. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. July 10, 1923 ; 
K 176603. 

Seefrieden; by John Gleich. © 
Aug. 21, 1921; 2 c. July 10, 1923; 
K 176608. 

[9 prints] : 

Ausf ahrt der fischer ; by John 
Gleich. — Birken am see ; by John 
Gleich. — Brandung Bornholmer klip- 
pen ; by John Gleich. — Diinung; by 



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no. 3, 1923 



13769 



John Gleich. — Ein segen Gottes; by 
K. Albrecht Buschbaum. — Im herbst; 
by Miiller-Kurzwelly. — Sommersonne ; 
by Max Merker. — Starke brise; by 
John Gleich. — Und ruhig fliesset der 
bach; by John Gleich. © Aug. 31, 
1922; 2 c. each July 10, 1923; 
K 176600-176602, 176604-176607, 
176609, 176610. 

Lichty metal peoducts co., Waterloo, 

la. 13742 

Monitor poultryhouse plant 232032. 

[Blueprint] © July 24, 1923; 2 c. 

Aug. 4; I 8277. 

Life extension institute, New York. 

13743 
Long life bridge, have you crossed 
it? © June 22, 1923; 2 c. June 28; 
K 176981. 

Lindsey (Iba Feank) Manchester, 
N. H. 13744-13746 

Guertin (Rt. Rev. George Albert) 
Bishop of New Hampshire, A. B. © 
July 17, 1923; 2 c. each July 31. 
J 263262, 263263. 

Knox (Mayor Frank P.) of Man- 
chester, N. H. © Aug. 27, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 28 ; J 263605. 

Lion chemical laboeatoeies, Canton, 
O. 13747 

Mrs. Cottontail and her friends. 

© May 1, 1923 ; 2 c. July 28 ; K 177640. 

Lipscombe (Reuben Thomas) Nor- 
folk, Va. 13748 
Proposed canal and industrial sites 
between Norfolk and Virginia Beach. 
[Hampton Roads canal] © 1 c July 
3, 1923 ; I 8178. 

Liveemoee & Knight co., Providence, 
R. I. 13749 

Don't they look nice? © Sept. 4, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 26 ; K 178420. 

Lloyd (Isaac Ralph) New York. 

13750 
Lloyd's selaloyds, distinctive-auto- 
mobile monograms. © Sept. 20, 1923 ; 
2 c. Sept. 22 ; K 178354. 

Locke (Haeold) Everett, Wash. 

13751, 13752 

Drowsy waters. © June 25, 1923; 
2 c. June 30 ; J 262676. 

Wah-Cah-Dub. © June 25, 1923; 
2 c. June 30 ; J 262675. 

Lohman (Alfeed M.) Washington. 

13753 
Washington, D. C. Capitol at twi- 
light. © July 10, 1923 ; 2 c. July 13 ; 
J 262960. 



Longacee (Robeet Neff) Philadel- 
phia. 13754 
Philadelphia, Pa., Norristown park 
property of Rahway bldg. co., inc., 
bird's eye view. © June 30, 1923 ; 2 c. 
June 29 ; J 262534. 

Loomis (V. H.) Chicago 13755 

Great Heart breaks world's record. 

© June 9, 1923 ; 2 c. July 5 ; J 262880. 

Loeimee (O. G.) Hamburg, la. 

13756-13759 
Hamburg, la., Main St., 1-A. © July 
23, 1923 ; 2 c. each July 25 ; J 263194- 
263197. 

Los Angeles examinee, Los Angeles. 
13760, 13762 

Barney Google finds L. A. beauties 
have flat complex. © June 30, 1923; 
2 c. July 18 ; K 176833. 

Los Angeles examiner color press. 
© June 30, 1923; 1 c. June 25, 1 c. 
July 17 ; J 263086. 

See who's here, Barney Google and 
Spark Plug visit Los Angeles. © June 
29, 1923 ; 1 c. July 18 ; K 176832. 

Luedee (Lewis) West Orange, N. J. 

13763, 13764 

Edison (Sir Thomas Alva) knight- 
ing of. © July 30, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 23 ; 
J 263621. 

with group of boy scouts from 

Beacon institute, Oberlin, O. © Aug. 
21, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 23 ; J 263620. 

Lumaet studio, Toledo, O. 13765 

Stork (Clara M.) © Sept. 15, 1923; 
2 c. Sept. 17 ; J 263765. 

Lutz ptg. co., York, Pa. 13766 

[Thrift] © July 18, 1923 ; 2 c. July 
20 ; K 177034. 

Lyen (C. A.) Thiemann (C. A.) and 
Moegan (C. W.) Chicago. 13767 
Testing bench for automotive elec- 
trical devices. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1923 ; 
J 263703. 

McAllistee (A. M.) Washington. 

1376S 

Harding (Warren G.) and Woodrow 

Wilson. To and from the White 

House. © Aug. 2, 1923; 1 c. Aug. 4, 

1 c. Aug. 18 ; J 263413. 

McAethue (D. H.) Takoma Park, Md. 

13769 
Washington. D. C, U. S. Capitol. 
© June 23, 1923; 2 c. June 28: J 
262531. 



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pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



McClintock (O. B.) co., Minneapolis. 
13770-13776 

[7 prints] : 

It keeps them on the go. — It keeps 
them on the move. — It keeps them on 
the run. — It keeps them out. — Positive, 
perfect, protection. — Service, security, 
satisfaction. — They pass us by. © 
Mar. 18, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 20; K 
177642-177648. 

McCltjng (Marshall Winsboeo) 

Richmond Hill, N. Y. 13777 

Muscle Shoals, Ala., Wilson dam. 

© June 12, 1923; 2 c. June 12; K 

176853. 

McCulloch bros., Phoenix, Ariz. 

13778-13784 
Rhyolite park, 1-7. © Aug. 21, 1923 ; 
2 c. each Aug. 29 ; J 263613-263619. 

McDonald (Eugene F.) Chicago. 

13785 
MacMillan (D. B.) profile. © June 
27, 1923 ; 2 c. June 29 ; J 262542. 

Macdonald (James) Lancaster, Mass. 

13786 
Four legged chicken. © Sept. 1, 
1923- 2 c. Sept. 4; J 263640. 

MacDonald (Pirie) New York. 

13787-13801 
Carty (J. J.) © Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. 
July 24 ; J 263178. 

Chappie (Jos. Mitchell) A, B. © 
June 19, 1923; 2 c. each July 24; J 
263179, 263180. 

Duffield (E. D.) © Dec. 5, 1922; 
2 c. July 24, 1923 ; J 263181. 

Hamilton (Cosmo) © Jan. 17, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 24 ; J 263184. 

Swoboda (A. P.) A-C. © Jan. 18, 
1923; 2 c. each July 24; J 263175- 
263177. 

Wodehouse (P. S.) © Jan. 12, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 24 ; J 263183. 

[6 photographs] 

Benet (Stephen) A, B. — Kummer 
( F. A. ) —Train ( Arthur ) A-C. © Dec. 
1, 1922; 2 c. each July 24, 1923; J 
263182, 263185-263189. 

MacDonald (W. C.) beg., inc., Mont- 
real, Canada. 13802,13803 

Wales (Prince of) A. © July 17, 
1923; 2 c. July 18; J 263079. 

[B] © July 17, 1923; 2 c. 

July 18; K 176823. 



McDotjgall & Keefe, Boothbay Har- 
bor, Me. 13804-13835 

At wheel on Bowdoin: 

McCue (Tom) mate. — McDonald 
(Eugene F.)— McMillan (Dr. D. B.) — 
Melkon (O. D.) © June 27, 1923; 
2 c. each June 29 ; J 262538-262541. 

Boothbay Harbor, Me., Memorial 
library. © July 2, 1923 ; 2 c. July 7 ; 
J 262898. 

Boothbay Harbor, Me., Memorial 
library : 

Doorway and two pillars. — Door- 
way open and three pillars. — With 
flags and code flags. © July 11, 1923, 
2 c. each July 12 ; J 262932-262934. 

Boothbay Harbor, Me., Memorial 
library showing walk. © July 2, 
1923; 2 c. July 7; J 262897. 

Castine, Me. : 

Catholic chapel, interior. — Dices 
head light house showing bell. — Dices 
head light house, showing Camden 
Hills. — Earth works of Fort George, 
old cannon, and academy. — Flower 
garden, robin at pool. — Moonlight 
effect, Sunset Rock. — Russell's (Mrs.) 
flower garden, 1-3. — Sea gulls on 
hatches, wharf. — Unitarian church. — 
Whiting willows. — Willows. © Aug. 3, 
1922, 2 c. each June 29, 1923; J 
262549-262561. 

Hallett (Richard Matthews) speak- 
ing at dedication of Memorial library. 
© July 13, 1923; 2 c. July 16; J 
263070. 

Linikin lodge tea garden, 1-3. © 
Aug. 2, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 4; J 
263314-263316. 

4 Baffin Land pups, 1. © Oct. 9, 
1922 ; 2 c. June 29, 1923 ; J 262547. 

4 Baffin Land pups, 5. © June 28, 
1923; 2 c. June 29; J 262548. 

[4 photographs] : 

Five Baffin Land pups. — Five Baffin 
Land pups and milk dish. — Ipar, Now- 
chusic and five Esquimo Baffin Land 
pups. — Ipar lying down on right. — 
Ipar, Nowchusic and five Esquimo 
Baffin Land pups, Ipar on right sit- 
ting up. © Sept. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Sept. 17; J 263755-263758. 

McEvoy (Margaret) Oakland, Calif. 

13836 

California mission group. © July 
21, 1923; 1 c. July 16, 1 c. July 30; 
J 263287. 



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no. 3, 1923 



13885 



McFeteidge (John R.) & sons, Phila- 
delphia. , 13837 
Kendrick (W. Freeland) for 
mayor. © Aug. 24, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 
27; K 177674. 

McGowan (Malcolm L.) St. Louis. 

13838 
Lightening. © Aug. 10, 1923; 2 c. 
Aug. 18: J 263498. 

McKay (R. H.) Missoula, Mont. 

13839, 13840 

Chasing the rainbow, 659. © Aug. 
23, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 28 ; J 263606. 

Missoula, Mont, from Mt. Sentinel. 
© July 13, 1923; 2 c. July 18; J 
263077. 

Maclardy (Hugh Alexander) Ros- 

lingdale, Mass. 13841 

Laddie boy. The late President 

Harding's dog. © Sept. 4, 1923; 2 c. 

Sept. 5 ; J 263667. 

Mah' studios, New York. 13842 

Styles. © June 28, 1923 ; 2 c. July 
2 ; K 176692. 

Marceau (Theodore C.) New York. 

13843, 13844 

Bocon (Mme. M. Sever) A. B. © 

Apr. 30, 1923; 2 c. each May 8; J 

261588, 261589. 

Marriott (F.) London. 13845 

Chateau de Chillon, Switzerland. 

© May 25, 1923; 1 c May 19; K 

175881. 

Mathewson and Brown service, At- 
lanta. 13846 
Projection of Confederate memorial 
on Stone Mt. © Aug. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
July 28 ; J 263392. 

Matthews (Ben V.) Winston Salem, 

N. C. 13847-13849 

Fries (F. H.) A, B. © Sept. 8, 

1923; 2 c. each Sept. 17; J 263771, 

263772. 

Maslin (Thomas) ©Sept. 8, 1923; 
2 c. Sept. 17 ; J 263773. 

Matthews (James Elijah) Little 
Rock, Ark. 13S50, 13857 

Settlers of by gone years fencing a 
farm. © July 21, 1923 ; 2 c. July 27 ; 
J 263205. 

This is a modern farm of 1922. 
See alfalfa and wheat fields ready to 
harvest. Why leave the farm. © 
July 21, 1923 ; 2 c. July 27 ; J 263204. 



[3 photographs] : 

All the governors of Ark. since the 
state was admitted to the union, 1836 
[etc] — Old time pumpkin harvest. — ■ 
This shows the kind of furniture 
mostly used in the good old homes of a 
hundred years ago. © June 21, 1923 ; 
2 c. each June 25 ; J 262450-262452. 

[3 photographs] : 

All the presidents of the U. S. A., 
the time they served and their homes 
[etc] — Hare. Say boys if you get 
there before I do look out I am coming 
too. Tortoise. — Rice farm in Arkan- 
sas, growing, harvesting and thresh- 
ing. © Aug. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. each Aug. 
25; J 263579-263581]. 

Maurer (Joseph M.) Galveston, Tex. 

13858 
Shephard (Senator Morris) Mary 
Jordan, Judge Landis, American Le- 
gion convention. © Aug. 31, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 4; J 263714. 

Memory help co., Alderwood Manor, 
Wash. 13859 

Phonetic face alphabet. © July 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 26 ; K 176222. 

Metropolitan life insurance co.. 
New York. 13860 

What is that? © June 6, 1923 ; 2 c. 
July 13 ; K 176983. 

Metropolitan newspaper service. 
New York. 13861-13880 

Down the road, July 8-22, 1923. 
[Weekly] © July 8-22, 1923: 1 c. 
each July 28 ; K 177137-177139. 

Gas buggies, July 2, 3, 5-7. 9-14, 16- 
21, 1923. [Daily] © July 2, 3, 5-7, 
9-14, 16-21, 1923; 1 c. each July 28; 
K 177140-177156. 

Miami chamber of commerce. Miami, 
Fla. 13881. 13882 

Miami, Fla. © June 28, 1923; 2 c. 
July 2 : J 262707. 

yachts on water front. © 

June 28, 1923 ; 2 c. July 2 ; J 262708. 

Michigan (Univ. of) league. Ann 

Arbor, Mich. 13SS3. 13SS4 

Ann Arbor, Mich., Univ. of Mich., 

campus, aeroplane view. © June 14. 

1923 ; 2 c. July 2S : J 263299. 

glimpse from the 

air. © June 14, 1923; 2 c. July 2S ; 
J 263300. 



T( 


1KX 


( Hubert 


Smith) 


Co 


lumbia, 




S. 


C. 








13885 


Pat 


and Mike. 


© 


July 


2,1 


. 1923: 


c. 


July 12: 1 c. 


Julj 


- 20 : 


K 


1 77127. 



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13886 



pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Miller (Indian) Flagstaff, Ariz. 

13886 
Children of trailmaker. © July 28, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 1 ; J 263272. 

Millee (William R. S.) Atlantic City. 

13887 
Kenilworth. © June 27, 1923 ; 2 c. 
July 2 ; J 262678. 

Mindlin & Goldeeyee, New York. 

13888 
Last warning. © Sept. 5, 1923; 2 
c. Sept. 17 ; K 178280. 

Model aeeo engineeeing co., Philadel- 
phia. 13889, 13890 
Full size construction layout of the 
T2 army transport monoplane. [Blue- 
print] © June 25, 1923 ; 2 c. July 27 ; 

1 8228. 

T2 army transport monoplane 51|" 
flying scale model. [Blueprint] © 
June 25, 1923 ; 2 c. July 27 ; I 8227. 

Model mills co., Philadelphia. 13891 
Boggs. © Apr. 30, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 
1; K 177157. 

Moeeall studios, Buffalo, N. Y. 13892 
Green (Anna Katherine) © Apr. 3, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 1 ; J 262895. 

Moeeis (Lydia E.) Kansas City, Mo. 
13893, 13894 

Bailey (Gov.) Federal reserve bank, 
Kansas City, Mo. © Apr. 6, 1923; 2 
c. Apr. 13 ; J 261235. 

Cromwell (Mayor Frank H.) of 
Kansas City, Mo. © Mar. 2, 1923; 2 
c. Apr. 13 ; J 261234. 

Moulin (Gabeiel) San Francisco. 

13895-13904 
End of the trail. © July 17, 1923 ; 

2 c. July 23 ; J 263146. 

San Francisco, Calif., from Tele- 
graph Hill. © July 23, 1923; 2 c. 
July 30 ; J 263253. 

San Francisco, Calif., Pacific gas 
and electric bldg., composite photo : 

In skyline. — Market st. — Pine st. ©' 
Aug. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 14; J 
263382-263384. 

[5 photographs] : 

Carriso Gorge, en route, San Diego 
and Arizona railway. — Happy Isle, 
Yosemite Valley, Calif. — Roadway, 
Mariposa Grove, Calif. — Roadway 
showing Wowona, Mariposa Grove, 
Calif. — Shasta (Mt.) and Sacramento 
River, Calif. © Aug. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
each Aug. 22 ; J 263551-263555. 



Muedoch (James Blaie) Milwaukee. 

13905 
Chimpanzee, Chile, West Africa, 
Pan Chimpanse. © June 1, 1923; 2 
c. Aug. 11 ; J 263345. 

N. E. A. seevice, inc., Cleveland. 

13906, 13907 

Dempsey is acclaimed victor. © 
July 6, ;L923 ; 2 c. July 9 ; J 262893. 

Gibbons (Tom) had his inning. © 
July 6, 1923 ; 2 c. July 9 ; J 262892. 

Nash (E) Norwood, O. 13908-1393& 

[26 prints] : 

Anticipation. — Awl my own. — Bank 
book backing, best ever. — Birthday 
number one. — Habit, a willing slave, a 
relentless master. — Hundred to the 
good already. — Making joy of work all 
for the sake of their bank account. — 
Purl one, drop two. — Regrets or a 
bank account? — Sitting pretty. — Snug 
harbor. — So far. — Stitch in time. — 
Thank you gran'dad. — Watched pot 
never boils. — Worried. — 1349, 1350, 
1350|, 1351-1353, 1394-1397. © June 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. each Aug. 11 ; K 177380- 
177405. 

Natl. assn. oe ice industries, Chi- 
cago. 13934 
Depend on ice in all weather. © 
Aug. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 7 ; K 178396. 

Natl, council of traveling sales- 
men's assns., New York. 13935 
National council of traveling sales- 
men's associations. [Certificate of as- 
sociate member] © July 1, 1923; 2 
c. July 17 ; K 176976. 

Natl, geogeaphic soc, Washington. 

13936 
Peasant home in Corsica. © Aug. 
15, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 23 ; K 177660. 

Natl, safety council, Chicago. 

13937-13949 

[13 prints] : 

Be sure that match is out before you 
drop it. — Better wait until its safe to 
cross. — Daddy says Always get first 
aid for cuts and scratches. — Dangerous 
playground. Suppose no rescuer were 
near. — Happy new year folks, I'm for 
safety. — I wish they had started this 
safety work thirty years ago. — Keep 
healthy, be examined once a year. — Life 
is what we make it, work safely and 
make it happy. — Life saved, his fellow 
workers knew what to do. — Safe 
workers want safe tools. — Safety and 
health make Christmas happier. — 
Taking chances to save life is hero- 



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MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



no. 3. 1923 



14078 



ism [etc.] — You wouldn't run over me, 
would you? © Sept. 1, 1923; 2 c. each 
Sept. 4 : K 177887. 178336-178347. 

Natl, sculpture soc, New York. 

13950-14078 
Victory, Brownsville memorial; by 
Charles G. Rumsey. - © May 5, 1923 ; 
2 c. July 2 ; J 263056. 

by Janet Scudder. © May 9, 

1923 ; 2 c. July 2 : J 263055. 
[12 photographs] ; 
Darlington memorial fountain; by 

C. Paul Jennewein. — Fragilina ; by 
Attilio Piccirilli. — Girl with curls; by 
Margaret French Cresson. — Leaping 
spray ; by Chester Beach. — Lincoln ; 
by Daniel C. French. — Little dear with 
the tiny black swan ; by Stirling 
Calder. — Maverick ; by J. Clinton 
Shepherd. — Penguins ; by Albert Laes- 
sle. — Primavera ; by Herbert Adams. — 
Stray cat ; by Abastinia St. L. 
Eberle.— Torso ; by S. F. Bilottl— 
Venus and Adonis ; by Frederick Mac- 
monnies. © May 3, 1923; 2 c. each 
July 2; J 262730, 262732, 262744, 
262753, 262754. 262764. 262770, 262777, 
262795, 262803, 262808, 262829. 

[45 photographs] : 

Adolescence: by L. Mario Korbel.— 
Angelo (Michel) by Paul W. Bart- 
lett. — Asbury (Francis) ; by Augustus 
Lukeman. — Bacchanale Russe ; by 
Malvina Hoffman. — Boy and panther; 
by Rudulph Evans. — Boy of the 
Piave ; by Attilio Piccirilli. — Boy 
scout ; by R. Tait McKenzie. — Comedy ; 
by C. Paul Jennewein. — Cupid and 
gazelle; by C. Paul Jennewein. — 
Dawning hour : by A. De Francisci. — 
Descha; by Alfred David Lenz. — 
Diana ; by Edward McCartan. — Diana ; 
by Lynn Jenkins. — Dough boy; by 
Robert Aitken. — Figure for a foun- 
tain ; by Isadore Konti. — Find ; by 
Robert Aitken. — Fortuna fountain; by 
Sherry Fry. — Fountain figure; by 
Henry Hering. — Globe sundial; by 
Harriet W. Frishmuth. — Goose girl; 
by Carl Gruppe. — Hamilton (Alexan- 
der) by James ' E. Fraser. — Head 
from Titanic monument; by Gertrude 
V. Whitney. — Innocence ; by George E. 
Ganiere. — Maiden meditation ; by Emil 
Fuchs. — Memorial fountain ; by Wil- 
lard D. Paddock. — Memory ; by Daniel 
Chester French. — Memory; by Victor 

D. Salvatore. — Mischievous faun; by 
Brenda Putnam. — Mother and child; 
by Marie Apel. — Mother and infant 
Hercules; by Leo Friedlander. — Nar- 
cissus; by A. A. Weinman. — Nymph 
and satyr; by Edward McCartan. — 



Nymph and satyr ; by Laura Cardin 
Fraser. — Offrande ; by Malvina Hoff- 
man. — On nimble toe ; by A. A. Wein- 
man. — Philomela; by John Gregory. — 
Rigger; by Mahonri Young. — Sculp- 
ture; by H. A. MacNeil. — Seaweed 
fountain ; by Beatrice Fenton. — Spirit 
of life; by Daniel C. French. — Spirit 
of the sea ; by A. H. Atkins. — Tiger ; 
by A. Phimister Proctor. — Torso ; by 
Arthur Lee. — Veritas ; by C. Paul 
Jennewein. — Young gorilla, Dinah; by 
Eli Harvey. © May 5, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
July 2 ; J 262716, 262722, 262723, 262728, 
262729, 262731, 262734, 262740, 262742, 
262745, 262751, 262752, 262755, 262758- 
262763, 262768, 262771, 262775, 262779, 
262780, 262785-262787, 262790, 262791 
262796, 262798, 262799, 262804, 262809, 
262810, 262812, 262819, 262821, 262822, 
262824, 262827, 262833, 262835, 262836, 
262838. 

[70 photographs] : 

Academy bldg. at Natl, sculpture ex- 
hibition. — Adam ; by Paul W. Bart- 
lett. — Allegresse; by Bessie Potter 
Vonnoh. — Amo ; by Georelober. — Army 
pylon, soldiers and sailors monument ; 
by Herman A. MacNeil. — Barry 
\i Com. ) by Andrew O'Connor. — Basque ; 
by James E. Fraser. — Bather ; by Lee 
Lentelli. — Belgium, 1914; by Jess 
Lawson-Peacey. — Beyond : by Evelyn 
B. Longman. — Big duck; by Edith 
Barrett Parsons — Billy; by Albert 
Laessle. — Bondage; by Carl A. He- 
ber. — Boy and turtle; by Henri Cre- 
nier. — Bride of the man horse; by 
Frederic V. Guinzburg.— Bronze cock ; 
by Horace Piccirilli. — Bull fight ; by 
Hunt Diedrich. — Bust of a lady; by 
Emil Fuchs. — Camp Merritt memorial ; 
by R. Aitken. — Cats; by Hunt Died- 
rich. — Cavalry group; by Henry M. 
Shrady. — Charging elephants ; by Anna 
V. Hyatt.— Dance ; by Cecil De B. 
Howard. — Figure; by Gail Sherman 
Corbett. — Frog fountain ; by Charles 
M. Hinton. — Galli-Curci (Mme. Ame- 
nta) ; by Allan Clark.— Garden at Natl. 
sculpture soc. exhibition. — Glint of the- 
sea ; by Chester Beach. — Great Dane : 
by E. F. Sanford, Jr.— Hawk : by 
Trygue Hammer. — Heron ; by Eu- 
genie F. Shonnard. — Hoop bowler: 
by Duane Champlain. — In academy 
bldg. at Natl, sculpture soc. exhibi- 
tion. — In gallery A at Natl, sculpture 
soc. exhibition. — In gallery B at Natl. 
sculpture soc. exhibition. — In garden 
at Natl, sculpture soc. exhibition. — 
Iris; by Eleanor M. Mellon. — Joan of 
Arc; by Anna V. Hyatt. — Joan of An-: 
by Robert Aitken. — Key (Francis 



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Natl., sculpture soc. — Continued. 

[70 photographs] — Continued. 
Scott) memorial; by Charles H. Nie- 
haus. — Kiernan memorial; by Ru- 
dulph Evans. — Kitty pastime; by Olym- 
pio Brindesi. — Leda : by Grace Helen 
Talbot. — Maiden; by Albin Polasek. — 
Naiad; by Stirling Calder. — Nymph; 
by Herbert Adams. — Nymph; by Vin- 
cent Salerno. — Oakman (John) medal; 
by John Flannagan. — On the terrace 
at Natl, sculpture soc. exhibition. — 
On the war path; by A. Phimister 
Proctor. — Panel for Natl, academy of 
sciences; by Lee Lawrie. — Pershing 
(Gen.) by Robert Aitken. — Polar 
bears; by F. G. R. Roth.— Sculpin ; 
by Paul W. Bartlett— Slave ; by A. St. 
L. Eberle. — Snake charmer; by Georg 
J. Lober. — Speyer memorial, Sleepy 
hollow cemetery ; by A. A. Weinman.— 
Vanity ; by Charles L. Hinton. — Venice 
invincible; by Grace H. Talbot. — 
Vine; by Harriet W. Frishmuth. — 
Ward (J. Q. A.) by Charles H. Nie- 
haus. — Washington at Valley Forge ; 
by Henry M. Shrady. — Washington at 
Valley Forge; by Solon Borglum. — 
Water baby; by Carol Brooks Mac- 
Neil. — Water sprite; by Leo Len- 
telli — Woodwind ; by Edward Berge. — 
Wounded comrade; by Carl E. Ake- 
ley. — Wrestlers; by Berthold Nebel. — 
Young mother; by Bessie Potter 
Vonnoh. — Youth: by Edmond T. 
Quinn. © May 9, 1923 ; 2 c. each July 
2; J 262717-262721, 262724-262727, 
262733, 262735-262739, 262741, 262743, 
262746-262750, 262756, 262757, 262765- 
262767, 262769, 262772-262774, 262776, 
262778, 262781-262784, 262788, 262789, 
262792-262794, 262797, 262800-262802, 
262805-262807, 262811, 262813-262818, 
262820, 262823, 262825, 262826, 262828, 
262830-262832, 262834, 262837, 262839- 
262842. 

Nattini (Amos) Milan. 14079 

Divina commedia. © June 1, 1923 ; 

1 c. July 16 ; K 177368. 

Nealy (Chas. M.) Chicago. 14080 
Billy B. © Aug. 24, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 
28; K 178031. 

Neitzling (Jacob) Columbia Falls. 

Mont. 14081, 14082 

Dempsey-Gibbons fight, 4, 5. © 

July 7, 1923; 2 c. each July 12; J 

262935, 262936. 

Nepley (Edward J.) Philadelphia. 

14083 
What is an Elk? © Sept. 11, 1923 ; 

2 c. Sept. 13, K 178351. 



N. Y. merchandise co.. New York. 

14084 
Impies. © June 19, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 
22 ; K 178352. 

N. Y. times wide world photos, New 

York. 14085-14125 

Dempsey-Gibbons prizefight, 1-41. 

© July 5, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 7; 

J 263415-263455. 

Newman (Sigmund) New York. 

14126-14131 

[6 drawings] : 

Honeycomb receiver and ampli- 
fier. — One tube reflex amplier. — Ra- 
dio and audio frequency amplifier. — 
Reinartz tuner with spider web coil. — 
Short wave regenerative set, two va- 
riocouplers. — Single circuit tuner. © 
July 25, 1923: 2 c. each July 28; I 
8229-8234. 

News, New York. 14132-14213 

Coal. Thousands of tons of anthra- 
cite coal were piled in cars yesterday 
in Hampton, Pa. [etc] © Sept. 1, 
1923; 1 c. Sept. 5: K 178003. 

Coolidge (President and Mrs.) New 
president here. This photograph, 
taken at Pennsylvania station [etc] 
© Aug. 4, 1923: 1 c. Aug. 11; K 
177414. 

Coolidge (Mrs.) : 

As she looked yesterday admiring 
posies at the temporary White House. 
— Darning the president's hose. — Dis- 
plays interest. — Favors full length 
skirts. © Aug. 8, 1923; 2 c. each 
Aug. 14 ; K 177425-177428. 

Fight's end. © July 5, 1923; 1 c. 
July 9; K 176533. 

Gallatin (Beatrice) whose visits to 
Maxwell's apartment was followed by 
poison pen letters [etc] © July 25, 
1923; 1 c. July 28: K 177049. 

Harding (W. G.) funeral: 

As the funeral procession passed 
through Center st. [etc.] — Cabinet 
members arrive at Dr. Harding's 
home. — Secretaries Hughes, Denby, 
and Weeks. — Great throng which as- 
sembled at the railway station in 
Marion [etc] — Hearse and its mili- 
tary escort as it stopped before Dr. 
Harding's home. — On their shoulders, 
service men yesterday bore into his 
father's home at Marion, O., the body 
[etc] — The escort of service men for 
the hearse yesterday from the rail- 
road station [etc] — When the funeral 
procession to the solemn cadence of 
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Center st. [etc] © Aug. 10, 1923; 
2 c. each Aug. 14 ; K 177449-177455. 

Harding (Warren G.) funeral: 
Carrying the casket up the steps of 
the Capitol, where it came to rest 
beneath the great dome. — Coffin as it 
was lifted from the -artillery caisson 
yesterday before the capitol [etc] — 
Covered by the flag of his country, 
the coffin of the late President, War- 
ren G. Harding [etc] — Draped with 
the national colors and surrounded by 
flowers, the coffin lay yesterday under 
the rotunda of the Capitol [etc] — 
Flanked on the right and left by rank- 
ing generals and admirals, the cais- 
son moved slowly behind Gen. John 
J. Pershing. — How the funeral pro- 
cession stretched from the White 
House to the Capitol [etc] — Marines at 
attention, carrying casket up steps. — 
Placing coffin on the caisson at the 
White House. The only flowers were 
Mrs. Harding's wreath. — Tenderly 
bearing all that was mortal of their 
departed chief [etc] — Through hushed 
throng the caisson moves down Penn- 
sylvania ave. © Aug. 9, 1923, 2 c. 
each Aug. 14; K 177429, 177432, 
177435, 177436, 177438, 177439, 177441, 
177442, 177447, 177448. 

Knockout. His career at an end, 
Jess Willard clung helplessly to the 
ropes [etc] © July 13, 1923 ; 1 c. July 
17 ; K 176821. 

Marion, O., thousands wait in line 
before the home of Dr. George T. 
Harding [etc] © Aug. 11, 1923 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 14 ; K 177456. 

On rocks. Telephoto made by a 
news artist from telegraphic chart 
shows five of the seven destroyers 
which piled up on rocks [etc] © 
Sept. 12, 1923; 1 c. Sept. 14; K 178225. 

One of the finest fight pictures ever 
made was snapped by the news photog- 
rapher at the most thrilling second 
[etc] © Sept. 15, 1923 ; 1 c. Sept. 18 ; 
K 178282. 

Plot. So said Mrs. Nellie Adele 
Browning on her secret return from 
Paris yesterday of wealthy husband's 
suit for divorce [etc] © Aug. 2, 1923 ; 
1 c. Aug. 4; K 177291. 

Telephoto of great crowd of sur- 
vivors watching destruction by flames 
of Tokio's Imperial theatre. © Sept. 
17, 1923 ; 1 c. Sept. 19 ; K 178301. 

Telephoto shows where scores met 
death in collapse of buildings near 
Hibiya park, Tokio [etc] © Sept. 17, 
1923 ; 1 c. Sept. 19 ; K 178300. 



Triple crash hurts ten. © July 9, 
1923 ; 1 c. July 11 ; K 176556. 

When Firpo sent Willard crashing 
down in the eighth he stepped back 
[etc] © July 13, 1923 ; 1 c. July 17 ; 
K 176822. 

ZR-1, new American queen of the 
air as she began her first voyage [etc] 
© Sept. 5, 1923 ; 1 c. Sept. 8 ; K 178059. 

[3 prints] : 

Buzzi (Anna) convicted murderer 
of sweetheart, Frank Schneider, 
wealthy builder, retained iron nerve 
and smiled [etc] — Heavily guarded, 
Mrs. Anna Buzzi smilingly posed for 
news photographer [etc] — Police had 
a busy time yesterday excluding curi- 
ous women from the Bronx court while 
sentence was passed on Mrs. Buzzi. 
© July 10, 1923 ; 1 c. each July 12 ; K 
176614-176616. 

[3 prints] : 

Dempsey drinking sulphur water 
with Tom C. Luther. — Pup works hard 
at digging as Floyd Johnson and Jack 
talk things over. — Pushing a lawn 
mower about may not rank as a par- 
ticularly strenuous exercise, but Demp- 
sey [etc.] © Aug. 16, 1923; 1 c. each 
Aug. 21 ; K 177635-177637. 

[3 prints] : 

Firemen with gas masks risk lives 
in entering plant. — Shapiro (Renee) to 
whom Dr. Wilen paid court. — Wilen 
(Sheik) first and exclusive photo 
taken in Paris recently. © July 23, 
1923; 1 c. each July 26; K 177006- 
177008. 

[3 prints] : 

Immediately after netting the last 
ball, seen in extreme right, Molla, in 
most dramatic incident of match 
[etc] — Wills (Miss) making splendid 
backhand drive. — Wills (Helen) and 
cup she won. © Aug. 19, 1922; 1 c. 
each Aug. 22 ; K 177655-177657. 

[5 prints] : 

Behind the bier of their dead leader 
and friend President Coolidge and 
former President Taft [etc] — Funeral 
cortege solemnly approached the vault 
in Marion, O., cemetery in which the 
body of the dead President was en- 
tombed [etc] — Great and the lowly 
crowded about the ivy-covered vault 
in the Marion cemetery [etc] — Three 
noted mourners who participated in 
the last rites for their departed 
President [etc] — When the short fu- 
neral train reached the cemetery stal- 
wart guards lifted the body from the 
hearse [etc] © Aug. 12. 1923; 1 c. 
each Aug. 16 ; K 177539-177543. 



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News — Continued. 

[10 prints] : 

Coolidge {President and Mrs.) heavy 
of heart, walked slowly down the steps 
of the Capitol [etc] — -Gourand {Gen. 
Henri) Lion of the Argonne in full 
uniform. — Harvey {Col. George) frock 
coat and top hat distinguished. — 
Hughes {Secretary of State Charles 
E.) entering the White House. — Lodge 
{Senator Henry Cabot) acted as mar- 
shal of civilian escort. — Taft (W. H.) 
former president mourned the untimely 
death of his friend and his Presi- 
dent. — Washington, D. C, from the 
dome of the Capitol this remarkable 
picture was taken of the arrival of 
the funeral caisson [etc] — Washing- 
ton, D. C, from the navy came a pro- 
visional regiment of sailors who 
marched down Pennsylvania ave. as 
their band played [etc] — Washington, 
D. C, Marine corps representation in 
the funeral procession. — W i 1 s o n 
(Woodrow) bows in grief with nation. 
© Aug. 9, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 14; 
K 177430. 177431. 177433, 177434, 
177437, 177440, 17443-177446. 

[20 prints] : 

Bearing away one who met death in 
the wreck. — By inches this auto truck 
escaped demolition. — Closeup of one 
of wrecked cars. — Every kind of con- 
veyance was called into use by the 
police in carrying away dead and in- 
jured. — Firemen finding a victim ' in 
wrecked car, a woman who was in- 
stantly crushed to death [etc] — Fire- 
men removing live wires which endan- 
gered lives of rescued and rescuers. — 
Grim task of reserves is shown in this 
unusual picture of the removal of dead 
woman from wreckage. — Injured 
woman carried from wreck. — L hor- 
ror. Seven persons were killed and 
seventy-three injured when two 
wooden cars of Bay Ridge L train 
plunged forty feet [etc] — Motorman of 
death train. Edward Parcell, gazing at 
scene as he was placed under ar- 
rest. — Nurse Stewart in Holy Family 
hospital ministering to wants of Frank 
Duffy [etc] — Postal employees in 
branch office at Atlantic and Flatbush 
aves. were first in work of rescue. — 
Postman and rescued child. — Remark- 
able photograph showing firemen seek- 
ing bodies in one of the coaches. — 
Scene after rescue work began. — 
Singer {Mrs. Pauline) injured inter- 
nally. — Striking photo gives general 
view of wreck. — Investigators can be 
seen scanning spot where train made 
plunge. — Suffering from internal inju- 



ries. Frank Halbert, ten, was rushed 
to the hospital. — Tarnrod (Sydney) 
thirteen, of 491 Hinsdale St. Brook- 
lyn, suffered from fractured skull and 
arm. — Wreckage of train as seen from 
beneath L structure from which it 
fell [etc] © June 26. 1923 ; 2 c. each 
June 28 ; K 176272-176291. 

News leadek co., Richmond. 14214 

Garrett (R. O.) hospital picture. 
© 1 c. June 28, 1923 ; J 262528. 

Newspaper feature service, inc., 
New York. 14215-14249 

Furore over fans. © July 22, 1923 ; 
1 c. Sept. 18 v ; K 178291. 

Gay return of the shuttlecock. © 
June 10, 1923 ; 1 c. June 19 ; K 176590. 

Girl polo player takes to the field. 
© July 15, 1923; 1 c. Sept. 18; 
K 178292. 

Is the pony coming back? © June 
17, 1923 ; 1 c. June 28 ; K 176200. 

Just boy. June 10-July 8. July 22- 
Sept. 9, 1923. [Weekly] © June 10- 
July 8, July 22-Sept. 9 ; 1 c. each 
June 19-Sept. 18; K 176198, 176319, 
1765S9. 176622. 176845, 177215, 177463, 
177576, 177627, 177823, 178227, 178229, 
178289. 

Passion for parasols. © Aug. 12, 
1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 18 ; K 177629. 

Same. © July 29. 1923; 1 c. 

Sept. 18 ; K 178290. 

Polly, June 17-July 8, 22, Aug. 5, 12, 
Sept. 2. 9, 1923. [Weekly] © June 
17-Julv 8. 22. Aug. 5, 12, Sept. 2, 9, 
1923; 1 c. each June 28-Sept. 18. K 
176199, 176317, 176624, 176846, 177577, 
177628, 178226, 178293, 178328. 

Polly and her pals, June 10, Aug. 
19, 26, Sept. 16, 1923. [Weekly] © 
June 10, Aug. 19, 26, Sept. 16, 1923; 
1 c. each June 19-Sept. 24 ; K 176588. 
177821, 178228, 178366. 

Romantic motor camping. © July 
1. 1923 ; 1 c. July 11 ; K 176623. 

Swimming girl. © June 24, 1923; 
1 c. June 30 ; K 176318. 

When beauty takes the oar. © July 
8, 1923 ; 1 c. July 18 ; K 176844. 

Northwest ready roofing co.. Chi- 
cago. 14250 
[Northwest roofings] © Apr. 9, 
1923 ; 2 c. May 9 ; K 177529. 

Oak studio, Presque Isle, Me. 14251 
Big four. © Aug. 22, 1923: 2 c. 
Aug. 23 ; J 263632. 



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Oakley chemical co.. New York. 

14252-14254 

Cleaning equipment for automobile 
shops. [Blueprint] © July 14, 1923 ; 
2 c. Aug. 1 ; I 8238. 

Equipment for washing with steam 
and cleaner. [Blueprint] © Aug. 17, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; I 8287. 

Tank to hold solution for upkeep of 
cleaning tank on bottle washing ma- 
chine. [Blueprint] © Aug. 17, 1923 ; 
2 c. Aug. 29 ; I 8286. 

O'Connor (Cyril J.) and Cody (Har- 
old) Palm Springs, Calif. 

14255-14257 
[3 photographs] : 

Pala campanile. — San Gabriel mis- 
sion. — San Juan capistrano. © Aug. 

14, 1923 ; 2 c. each Aug. 20 ; J 263510- 
263512. 

Oehler (Bernice Olivia) Madison, 
Wis. 14258-14262 

[Egyptian dance] © May 15, 1923 ; 
2 c. Sept. 15; K 178323. 

[Harlequin and Pierrot] © June 
1, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 15; K 178321. 

[Miserables] © June 1, 1923; 2 c. 
Sept. 15; K 178324. 

[Natoma or the dagger dance] © 
July 16, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 15 ; K 178320. 

[Triangle] © May 15, 1923; 2 c. 
Sept. 15 ; K 178322. 

O'Hara (Emory Charles) Rantoul, 
111. 14263 

Reproducing boxing board. © 1 c. 
Aug. 13, 1923 ; J 263363. 

Olsho (Sidney L.) Philadelphia. 

14264 
Protractor. © June 8, 1923; 2 c. 
June 14 ; I 8166. 

Oppenheim (Julius M.) Boston. 

14265 

Kane (Exalted ruler Daniel J.) 

Boston lodge of Elks no. 10. © Aug. 

15, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 16; J 263456. 

Osborne co., Newark, N. J. 

14266-14289 
[12 prints] : 

Atlantic salmon, a water warrior. — 
Barracuda, tropic sea tiger. — Bluefish, 
^ Samson of the surf. — Brook trout, 
aristocrat of the creek. — Golden trout, 
beauty of the brooks. — Great North- 
ern pike, game fish favorite. — King- 
fish, acrobat of the. sea. — Large- 
mouthed black bass, the gamiest fish 
that swims. — Muskellunge, fresh-wa- 
ter giant. — Sailfish, pride of the trop- 
ics. — Striped bass, Beau Brummel of 



the beach. — Tarpon, silver king of 
southern seas. © June 22, 1923, 2 c. 
each July 27; K 17019-177030. 

[12 prints] : 

Coquetry. — Dignity. — Dreaming. — 
Enticing. — Faith. — Friendly. — Hope. — 
Innocence. — Meditation. — Modesty. — 
Pensive. — Quizzical. © Sept. 5, 1923; 
2 c. each Sept. 17 ; K 178234-178245. 

Otis elevator co., New York. 14290 
Otis geared freight elevator, form 
A509. © Aug. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; 
K 178184 

Our cooperative cafeteria, inc., New 
York. 14291 

Our cooperative cafeteria, inc. © 

May 26, 1923 ; 2 c. June 13 ; K 177525. 

Outcault (Richard Felton) Flush- 
ing, N. Y. 14292-14650 

Now open, join our new Christmas 
club, have money next Christmas. © 
Apr. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 13 ; K 178200. 

[6 prints] : 

Are you a member of our new 
weekly club [etc.] 84. — Beautiful gift 
goods in jewelry and toilet articles, 
339x — Have money put $1, $2, $5, $10 
or more each week in our weekly 
club, 85. — Plant your money in our 
new weekly club, you can start with 
250, 50^, $1, $2, $5, $10 or more, grow 
$$$, 86.— We carry a full line of sur- 
gical supplies, 341.— $1, $2, $5, $10 or 
more will start you in our new 
weekly club, deposit money weekly, 
87. © Aug. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. each Aug. 4 ; 
K 177285-177290. 

[47 prints] : 

All kinds of hardware, prices low, 
137. — All kinds of sporting goods, 
114. — Automobile supplies of all kinds, 
buy a car from us, 170x. — Best made, 
best to use, 133. — Builders hardware 
house supplies, 132. — Builders hard- 
ware, strong and handsome, 131. — 
Buy our better cutlery, 127. — Buy your 
farm implements from us, 15S. — Camp- 
ing equipment, 123. — Christmas gifts 
useful and sensible, 149. — Come in. we 
will give you a square deal, 124. — 
Cutlery for your table kitchen pocket, 
139. — Dairy supplies, cream separators. 
174. — Do you need a new kitchen 
range? 142. — Do you need a range? 
138.— Electrical supplies. 164.— For 
your kitchen aluminum and enam- 
elware, 166. — Get that oil stove now. 
easy to operate. 172. — Get your har- 
vest hardware here, 12S. — Good range 
saves work, saves fuel. 144. — Hand- 
some hot heaters, 140. — Have fun, buy 
a gun, ammunition, loaded right, 136. — 



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[47 prints] — Continued. 
If it is hardware we have it, 143. — 
Kitchen utensils priced low, 145. — 
Kitchenware, enamelware, aluminum 
goods, 111. — Let us do your plumbing, 
173. — Let us figure on your tin work 
and repairing, 168. — Makes washday 
easy, 125. — Our better tools are cheap- 
est, 129. — Our new kitchen utensils 
lighten your work, 135. — Paint up, use 
our paints, varnish, and brushes, 156. — 
Radio equipment and supplies, 175. — 
Reliable sporting goods priced low, 
126. — Rifles and guns, ammunition too, 
148. — See us for harvesting machin- 
ery, 159. — See what you buy at home, 
153. — Sensible and useful Xmas gifts, 
151. — Shelf hardware, tested tools, 
130. — Table cutlery, cooking utensils, 
147. — Tools for home and shop, 134. — 
Up quality hardware, down low prices, 
152. — Vegetable and flower seeds, labor 
saving garden tools, 169. — We hammer 
the prices down and keep them down, 
146. — We have the best hardware you 
ever saw, 141. — We sell automobile 
supplies and automobiles, 171x. — We 
sell wire fencing, 154. — Xmas gifts for 
all, 150. © Aug. 20, 1923; 2 c. each 
Aug. 20; K 177579-177625. 

[50 prints] : 

Be a success in our successful 
clothes, dress suits, 345x. — Be cool, 
wear our nifty outing clothes, 325. — 
Be in the swim, wear our nifty clothes, 
330. — Bring your boy to our store, 
clothing, furnishings and sweaters, 
353. — Clothes for work and dress-up, 
335. — Correct clothes for particular 
dressers, dress suits, too, 339x. — Cut 
price sale, specials in summer suits 
now, 329. — Distinctive clothes for 
swell dressers, 340. — Do you own a 
good raincoat? 310. — Dress better in 
our better clothes, 308. — Dress up and 
celebrate, 326. — Dress up and enjoy 
yourself, Christmas gifts for men, 
350. — Extra, extra, our 2 pant suits, 
extra wear, extra values, 333. — Fall 
opening, new goods, new styles, 337. — 
Fine furnishings for fall and winter, 
341. — Fix up for your vacation, 327. — 
For Thanksgiving wear our correct 
clothes, 348. — Good materials, good 
style in our good clothes, 338. — Good 
shoes, fitting service, right prices in our 
shoe dept, 358. — Good shoes, quality 
high, priced low, 356. — Hats and win- 
ter furnishings, 346. — It is good busi- 
ness to wear our good clothes, 347. — 
It pays to wear our good clothes, 
352. — Let us measure you for that new 
spring suit, 364. — Let us slip a new 



suit and overcoat on you, 306. — Light 
summer suits, 323. — Low shoes at low 
prices, 360. — Men, your spring hat is 
here, 309. — Men's and young men's 
fall and winter styles, 344. — New fall 
style, 2 pants suits, 342. — New fall 
styles, hats, furnishings, suits, 2 pair 
pants, 336. — Nifty summer furnish- 
ings, 324. — Our made to measure 
clothes fit perfectly, 362.— Outing 
clothes at inside prices, 332. — Own 
your own traveling' bag, suit case, 
trunk, 361x. — Prices cut on summer 
goods now, 328. — Steer into our store 
for good clothes and furnishings, 
331. — Strong shoes for stormy days, 
rubbers, too, 357. — Stylish all wool 
clothes, furnishings too, 307. — Stylish 
made to measure clothes, 366. — Stylish 
summer footwear, 359. — We introduce 
Mr. Nifty and Lamb, they will adver- 
tise our nifty clothes and furnishings, 
look for them, 300. — We will send it 
by parcel post, 369. — Wear clothes 
made to your measure, 367. — Wear 
our winter clothes, 349. — Winter clear- 
ance sale, extraordinary bargains in 
high quality clothes, 302.— Xmas gift 
goods for men, 351. — You cant beat 
our values in clothes, 343. — You will 
be admired in our clothes, 334. — 2 
pants suits wear longer. 365. © Aug. 
2, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 2; K 177160- 
177209. 

[51 prints] : 

Buy them at our grocery store, low 
prices, 153. — Canned goods, new sea- 
sons pack, 142. — Cooling things for hot 
days, 129. — Delicious coffees and teas, 
131. — Don't these tempt your appetite? 
146. — Every day for every meal use 
our groceries, 114. — Everything for 
canning and preserving, 121, 135. — 
Fancy groceries, 152. — Fancy groceries 
for dainty meals, 126. — Fill your pic- 
nic basket in our store, 127. — Fine 
quality groceries priced low, 156. — For 
Christmas, candies, nuts, dainties, 151. 
— For your Thanksgiving table, 147. — 
Fresh eggs, 143— Fresh fish, 157. — 
Fresh fruits and vegetables, extra 
fancy 140. — Fresh fruits arriving 
daily 134. — Fresh groceries for 
dainty meals, 133. — Fresh groceries, 
low prices, 163. — Fresh groceries low- 
est prices prompt service, 132. — Fresh 
meats, all cuts, 161. — Fresh picked 
poultry, choice meats, 164. — Fresh veg- 
etables priced low, 141. — Fresh vege- 
tables sound and ripe, 120. — Ham and 
bacon, sweet and tasty, smoked, 130. — 
Holiday candies and nuts, 150. — Home 
made bakery goods, like mother used 
to make, 154. — Insure your baking, 



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homemade bread and bakery goods, 
122x. — Keep as cool as a cucumber, 
128. — Keep cool, eat plenty of fresh 
vegetables and fruits, 124. — Let us fill 
your picnic basket, 123. — Low prices 
on fresh meats, 162. — Oh boy, ham 
and, for dinner today, 125. — Order 
your groceries from- us today, prompt 
service, 117. — Our canned goods are 
canned in their natural flavors, 106. — 
Our fruits and vegetables make deli- 
cious salads, 138. — Poultry, fresh, ten- 
der, 165. — Quality is high, prices low, 
145. — Quit mail order buying, see our 
fresh groceries, 166. — Save money, buy 
your groceries here, 149. — Schooltime 
learn to buy at our grocery store, 136. 
— Serve our fresh fish, 158. — Stock 
your pantry with our groceries, 148.— 
Superior teas and coffees, 155. — Tasty 
dainties for school lunch fresh and 
<jrisp, 137. — Tea and coffee, superior 
blends, 144. — Teas and coffees fragrant 
and satisfying, 118. — Things to make 
housecleaning easy, 119. — Try our 
sweet juicy ham, 139. — We sell fresh 
groceries, 116. © July 30, 1923 ; 2 c. 
«ach July 30 ; K177055-177105. 

[61 prints] : 

Artistic designs in durable furni- 
ture, 113, 145. — Attractive furniture, 
123. — Baby carriages and go-carts, 112. 
— Be proud of your dining room, 107. — 
Be proud of your home, 146. — Beautify 
your home with our furniture, 134. — 
Bedroom furniture. 130. — Bedroom 
furniture, handsome and comfortable, 
108. — Bedroom furniture, restful mat- 
tresses, 137. — Brighten up your home, 
huy new furniture, 133. — Buy a new 
dining room set for Thanksgiving, 147. 
— Buy a new heater now, priced low, 
164. — Buy a new refrigerator, saves ice, 
saves waste, 162. — Buy a kitchen cabi- 
net, saves work, 117. — Buy him a 
leather chair, buy it from us, 154. — 
Buy rugs now, 160. — Comfortable easy 
chairs and davenports, 111. — Comfort- 
able sanitary mattresses, 143. — Couch 
oy day, a bed at night, 152. — Dainty 
furniture, graceful designs, 115. — Dec- 
orate your home with our fine furni- 
ture, 109. Desks for home and office, 
131. — Dining room sets, latest designs, 
142. — Don't you need a new cook 
stove? 168. — Easy comfortable couches, 
138. — For your dining room, 124. — For 
your parlor, 132. — Furniture makes 
the best Xmas gift, 151. — Give furni- 
ture for Xmas, 149. — Give your wife 
furniture for a valentine, 106. — Good 
bed is a good investment, 116. — Have 
a nicely furnished home, 114. — Have 
pretty bedrooms, see our bedroom sets, 



139. — How do you do, I will be in this 
newspaper every week to talk furni- 
ture and house furnishings, 100. — Keep 
your house warm, buy a new heater, 
165. — Keeps food fresh and sweet, buy 
a new refrigerator, 122. — Kitchen fur- 
niture and ranges, 163. — Lamps, 148. 
— Let us furnish your home, 129, 135. 
— Let us help you furnish your new 
home, 120. — Lovely bedroom furniture, 
144. — Make the children's room cheer- 
ful, 110. — Make your home attractive, 
104. — Make your home beautiful, 127. 
— Make yours a home beautiful, 128. — 
Porch furniture, 125. — Put our elegant 
furniture in your home, 136. — Put our 
linoleums on your floor, 156. — Rugs and 
furniture for your home, 157. — Rugs, 
artistic designs, 161. — Rugs for every 
room, 159. — Rugs, the size you want, 
169. — Save-a-room, buy a couch bed, 
141. — See our handsome rugs, 158. — ■ 
See what you buy, buy at home where 
your interests are, 153. — Select your 
wall paper here and now, 167. — Up 
quality furniture priced down low, 140. 
— Wall paper, bright and pretty, low 
prices, 166. — Xmas gifts, sensible, use- 
ful, 150. © Sept. 10, 1923: 2 c. each 
Sept. 10; K 178072-178132. 

[71 prints] : 

Be on time, own a good clock, 136. — 
Bring in your Christmas gift list, 
147. — Come in and buy a reliable 
timekeeper, 117. — Come in and hear 
this wonderful machine, newest rec- 
ord, 163. — Cutlery and silverware for 
Thanksgiving, 146. — Decorate your 
table with our cut glass and silver- 
ware, 145. — Do you like music? Come 
in and hear this machine, 164. — Do 
you need glasses? Come in and find 
out, 158. — Elegant jewelry for ladies 
and gentlemen, 134. — Eye service in 
our optical dept, 159. — Eyes tested 
and glasses fitted in our optical dept., 
155. — Eyes tested, glasses correctly 
fitted, 156. — For the man who smokes, 
169. — Fountain pens, eversharp pen- 
cils, engraved stationary, 127x. — Gifts 
for brides and graduates, 118. — Gifts 
for weddings, anniversarys and birth- 
days, 124. — Give jewelry for Christ- 
mas. 149. — Good timekeepers, 143. — 
Handpainted china, artistic and uni- 
que, 168. — Have a picture record of 
the children, buy your outfit from us, 
161x, — Have you a good umbrella? 
Canes, too, 113. — Jewelry for all oc- 
casions. 133. — Jewelry for Easter, 
111. — Jewelry you need, 116. — Jewels 
for brides, sweethearts, wives. 125. — ■ 
Last call for Christmas .sifts. 152. — 
Lasting gifts for weddinus. anniver- 



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[71 prints] — Continued, 
sary, birthdays, 142. — Latest designs 
in rings of all kinds, 129. — Latest de- 
signs in wrist watches, 172. — Let us 
furnish your party prizes, 141. — Let 
us help you select a beautiful, useful 
present, 107. — Let us sell you a new 
time keeper, eyes tested, glasses 
fitted, 114x. — Let us test your eyes 
and fit you with correct glasses, 
157. — Lovely jewels and jewelry," 
148. — Make her happy on her wedding 
day, 122. — Mesh bags and vanity cases 
in charming designs, 131. — Mesh bags, 
handsome, convenient, stylish, 138.— 
Needful things for your wife and 
mother, 130. — New records just re- 
ceived, come and hear them, 165. — • 
Newest designs in exquisite cut glass, 
132. — Our name is a guarantee of 
high quality, 173. — Our watches keep 
correct time, does yours? 135. — Our 
word is as good as gold, solid gold, 
104. — Pins and emblems, lodge, fra- 
ternity, high school, 139. — Put your 
pictures in our frames, 120. — Reliable 
jewelry at reliable prices. 171. — See 
our beautiful jewelry, 105.— See our 
dainty hand-painted china, 167. — Sil- 
verware beautiful and useful, 140. — 
Sparkles is my name, jewelry is my 
trade, I will meet you here every 
week, 100. — Sparkling cut glass, 119. — 
Strike up the band, get your musical 
instruments from us, 166. — Superb 
jewelry, artistic silverware, 137. — 
Take care of your eyes, visit our op- 
tical dept., 153. — Take pictures, get 
your outfit from us, 160. — Useful gifts 
for weddings, graduation, anniver- 
sary. 123. — Valentine gifts that last, 
106. — Watches and jewelry repaired, 
eyes tested, glasses fitted, 112x. — 
Watches correct timekeepers, 128. — 
We can send it by parcel post, 170. — 
We do artistic engraving, 174. — We 
have a store full of Christmas gifts, 
151. — We have the honor to invite 
Mr. and Mrs. Everybody to come to 
our store for their jewelry and sta- 
tionery, HO : llOx— We'll fix it good 
as new. 121. — Wear diamonds, 115. — 
Wear our beautiful jewelry, 144. — 
Wear our handsome jewelry, 126. — 
When your eyes trouble you visit our 
optical dept., 154. — -World's sweetest 
music, latest records, 162. — Xmas 
gifts, 150. — You can rely on our jew- 
elry. 108. © June 28, 1923; 2 c. each 
June 28 ; K 176201-176271. 

[72 prints] : 

Are you ready for Thanksgiv- 
ing, 346. — Buy furs now, 367 — 



Buy our groceries, 372. — Buy our 
blankets, keep warm, 348. — Buy un- 
derwear now, 339. — Buy your outfit 
now, 344. — Children's school clothes, 
335. — Come here for Christmas gifts, 
buy early, 350. — Cut price sale, sum- 
mer goods going fast, 330. — Dainty 
things for ladies, priced low, 345. — 
Down price sale, 327. — Down prices 
remnant sale. 331. — Dress up and cele- 
brate. 326. — Dressy clothes for dressy 
occasions. 376. — Fall is here, dress up, 
340.— Fall opening, 337.— First show- 
ing of fall styles, 334. — First showing 
of new spring styles, 308. — For the 
woman of good taste, 320. — Garden 
tools and hardware. 389. — Get ready 
for Easter, 311.— Gloves for all, buy 
now. 341. — Good old summertime 
goods, 325. — Last call for Christmas 
goods, 352. — Latest fall styles, suits, 
dresses, coats. 364. — Latest styles, ma- 
terials and trimmings, patterns too, 
324. — Let us measure you for a new 
suit, 381. — Lovely things for ladies, 
306. — Low prices in our grocery dept, 
370. — Low prices on shoes, 359. — Men 
you need these now. 343. — Mens fall 
style clothes. 378. — Mens summer 
clothes. 377. — Mirror of fashion, wear 
silk, 321.— New fall style hats for 
men 336. — New fall modes, suits, 
dresses, coats. 363. — New spring furn- 
ishings for men and young men, 310. — 
New spring styles, dresses, frocks and 
wraps. 362. — New styles, newest goods, 
highest quality. 347. — Now is the 
time for bargains in our store, 328. — 
Prices down now, summer clearance 
sale, 329. — Prompt service, low prices 
in our grocery dept, 369. — Reliable 
goods, reliable prices, 333. — Reliable 
values, 307. — Remnants at bargain 
prices, 332. — Rugs, carpets, linoleum, 
368. — Sale, listen, big bargains now, 
at our store. 305. — School shoes, they 
stand rough wear, 360. — See our new 
fall dress materials and trimmings, 
338. — See our summer furnishings, 
318. — Shoes for all, the quality up high, 
the price down low. 355. — Shoes strong 
and stylish, 354. — Store for Christ- 
mas gift goods. 349. — Style, comfort, 
quality, in our shoes, 356. — Stylish 
clothes for men, 374. — Stylish shoes, 
ligh quality, perfect fitting, 357. — Suits 
and overcoats made to your measure, 
383. — Summer footwear, 358. — Throw 
out the mail order catalogue, buy at 
home, 384.— Tub goods, 319.— Under 
garments under priced, 323. — Up qual- 
ity goods, latest styles, 342. — Warm 
suits, overcoats, ulsters, 380. — We can 
send it by parcel post, 385. — We have 
it in our notion department, 322. — 



258 



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no. 3, 1923 



14697 



We sell reliable hardware, 390. — Wear 
our good clothes, it pays, 375. — Winter 
clearance sale, our low prices draw 
the crowds, 304.— Work clothes, 388.— 
Work clothes and work shoes, 387. — 
Xmas gifts for everyone, a store full 
of them, 351. — Your new fall hat is 
readv. 366. © Sept. 3, 1923; 2 c. 
each Sept. 4 ; K 177928-177999. 

Pacific & Atlantic photos, inc., New 
York. 14651-14653 

[3 prints] : 

Coming out of hiding, Eamonn De 
Valera [etc.] — De Valera, harried for 
months by Free State troops [etc.] — 
Shots fired in air dispersed De Valera 
sympathizers. © Aug. 25. 1923; 1 
c. each Aug. 28 ; K 177771-177773. 

Page (Georgia W.) New York. 14654 
Old lady who does not approve of 
Greenwich village. © July 14, 1923; 
2 c. July 17; J 263073. 

Paeker (Charles Harrie) New York. 
14655, 14656 

Norwood's cave Southwest harbor. 

© July 26, 1923; 2 c. July 31; J 
263261. Southwest harbor. © July 
26, 1923 ; 2 c. July 31 ; J 263260. 

Parker (William) Cicero, 111. 

14657-14661 

[5 photographs] : 

[Cabin 49] — [Florence beauties] — 
[Forest road] — [River cabin] — [Win- 
ter forest] © July 28. 1923 ; 2 c. each 
July 30 ; J 263247-263251. 

Parker bros.. inc., Salem, Mass. 

14662 

[Design of a dragon] © May 19, 
1923; 2 c. Aug. 29; K 177819. 

Parry (Oliver Randolph) Philadel- 
phia. 14663 
Standardized design unit, bath, 
kitchenette, bed closet and principal 
room apartments. © 1 c. July 21, 
1923 ; I 8188. 

Paton (William Francis) Brooklyn. 

14664 
Veronica's veil. © Aug. 22, 1923; 
2 c. Aug. 22 ; K 177658. 

Patterson (Frank) Medford. Or. 

14665-14671 

Oregon Caves. 

Bird of Paradise. — Choral Gar- 
dens. — Niagara Falls. — Paradise 
Lost. — Stairway to Paradise Lost. — 
Steel stairway. — White House. © 
June 18. 1923; 2 c. each July 2; J 
262709-262715. 



Pearson (Barney) St. Louis. 

14672-14674 

[3 drawings] : 

League of communities. — Member- 
ship chart of the league of nations. — 
Peace through enforced law. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 23, 1923 ; I 8279-8281. 

Pearson (Helen) Portsmouth, N. H. 

14675 
Jones (John Paul) © Aug. 20, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 6 ; K 178039. 

Penton pub. co., Cleveland. 14676 

Vencedor, Toledo. © July 23, 1923 ; 
2 c. Aug. 1 ; J 263270. 

Persons (Walter C.) St. Louis. 

14677 
Hoo, hoo, Pine burr floral display 
sent to Marion, O., for President Hard- 
ing's funeral. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1923; 
J 263378. 

Peters (E. K.) Fresno, Calif. 

14678-14687 

Set up of the anterior teeth by the 

action of the lower lip, 1-10. © May 

5, 1923 ; 2 c. July 18 ; J 263088-263097. 

Petersen (Karl G.) Brooklyn. 

14688 
King of the seas. © Aug. 1, 1923; 
2 c. Aug. 16 ; J 263414. 

Philadelphia health council and 
tuberculosis committee, Philadel- 
phia. 14689 
Find your weak spot before it finds 

vou, I'd have a health examination. 

© July 27, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 6 ; K 177367. 

Photo art shop, Richmond, Ind. 

14690-14695 

Davis auto dealers help card. © 
July 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 1 : J 263280. 

Dodge auto dealers help card. © 
May 20, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 1 ; J 263279. 

Dodge bros. motor car. Business 
card. © Aug. 24, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 4; 
J 263634. 

Jewett auto dealers help card. © 
June 7, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 1 ; J 2632S3. 

Paige auto dealers help card. © 
June 7, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 1 ; J 2632S2. 

Wescott auto dealers help card. © 
July 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 1 ; J 2632S1. 

Photomap co.. Pasadena, Calif. 

14696. 14697 

Long Beach. Calif.. Signal Hill oil 

field, aerial photo. B321, B322. © 

Aug. 1. 1923: 2 c. each Sept. 5: J 

263670, 263671. 



259 



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14698 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Pictorial co., Brooklyn. 14698-14709 
New York (City) Columbia univ. : 
Alma mater and library steps, 6. — 
Barnard college, 8. — Chapel, 2. — Engi- 
neering and Havemeyer halls, 5. — 
Kent, Hartley and Livingston halls 
from library steps, 4. — Le Marteleur, 
school of mines, 7. — Library, 1. — Sun- 
dial, 3. — Teachers college, 9. — Union 
theological seminary, 10, 11. — Whittier 
hall, 12. © June 1, 1923; 2 c. each 
July 14 ; K 177237-177248. 

Pierce (Henry Havelock) Boston. 

14710-14712 

Hirschfield (Daniel) © July 2, 
1923; 1 c. July 5, 1 c. July 13; J 
263105. 

Hylan {Mayor) 1, 2. © July 2, 
1923 ; 1 c. each July 5, 1 c. each July 
13 ; J 263103, 263104. 

Pierce mfg. co., Philadelphia. 14713 
Flying birds. © July 25, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 6; K 177292. 

Pierini (Attiuo) Springfield Gard- 
ens, L. I., N. Y. 14714 
Reflection of perfection in garments 
of northern seal. © July 17, 1923; 
2 c. Aug. 20 ; K 177659. 

Pilkington (Thomas) Carlisle, Eng- 
land. 14715, 14716 
Cutting time computer. © June 7, 

1923 ; 2 c. July 2 ; I 8180. 
Instruction sheet for cutting time 

computer. [Blueprint] © July 13, 

1923; 2 c. July 17 ; I 8225. 

Pioneer aerial engineering co., Bev- 
erly Hills, Calif. 14717 
Watson tank farm, Associated oil 

co., aerial survey. © June 17, 1923 ; 

2 c. June 29; J 262532. 

Polombo (John) Denver. 14718 

Our soldiers, U. S. A. © July 4, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 5 ; K 176984. 

Powers (C. Edward) Milford, N. H. 
14719-14723 

[5 photographs] : 

Creation. — Enchantment. — Flight. — ■ 
Spirit of the forest. — Spring. © Sept. 
8, 1923; 2 c. each Sept. 10; J 263709- 
263713. 
Powers, Friend & Lichtman, New 

York. 14724-14830 

Lunch set. 235. © Dec. 21, 1921; 
2 c. July 16, 1923 ; K 176732. 

Pillow case, 832, 834. 836, 838, 840. 
©' Aug. 6. 1923: 2 c. Aug. 17; 
K 177562-177566. 



[11 prints] : 

All linen buffet set, 470. — [Design 
for buffet set, 507] — [Design for cen- 
ter, 469, 470] — [Design for scarf, 
507] — [Design for square, 507] — Pil- 
low case, 414, 424. — Pure linen scarf, 
470.— Scarf, 469.— Towel, 586. © 
June 1, 1923; 2 c. each July 16; 
K 176719-176727, 176734, 176735. 

[90 prints] : 

Bath set towel, 766, 767.— Buffet set, 
631, 633, 643, 683, 684.— Center, 666, 
669, 683-685, 688, 698.— Cloth, 640, 
653. — [Conventional design of scrolls 
and tulips, 686]— Curtain, 716, 717.— 
[Design for bedspread and bolster, 
806]— [Design for pillow top, 672]— 
[Design of band of diagonal bars, 
45]— [Design of basket, 738]— [Design 
of basket filled with flowers, 807]— 
[Design of bunch of flowers, 710] — [De- 
sign of diamond shape, 707] — [Design 
of four flowers, 674] — [Design of lines 
forming right angles, 709] — [Design 
of lines of varying length, 706] — [De- 
sign of wreath, 708] — [Four sprays, 
675]— Luncheon set, cloth, 799.— Pil- 
low case, 326, 600, 602, 604, 606, 
608, 610, 618, 620.— Pillow top, 669.— 
Pure linen buffet set, 685, 699.— Pure 
linen center, 668, 672. — Pure linen 
cloth, 654. — Pure linen luncheon set, 
690.— Pure linen scarf, 668, 680-682, 
684, 685. — Pure linen square, 645. — 
Pure linen top and back, 698. — Pure 
linen towel, 734.— Scarf, 666. 669, 
672, 676, 677, 683, 686, 688, 698.— Series 
of bunches of daisies, 697. — [Square 
within a square. 711] — Tea towel. 810- 
815.— Towel, 742, 743, 747, 755-757, 
761. 762, 764, 765.— [Two baskets filled 
with wild roses, 807] — [Two conven- 
tional designs of Egyption beetles and 
scrolls. 668] — [Two oval medallion de- 
signs, 806] — 5 piece luncheon set, 683, 
692, 693. © May 1, 1923; 2 c. each 
July 16; K 176728-176731, 176733, 
176736-176820. 

Poynton (Wm. Bruce) Cincinnati. 

14831-14837 

Medal presentation. © 1 c. Sept 
7, 1923 ; J 263690. 

Young America. © 1 c. Sept 7, 
1923 ; J 263691. 

[5 photographs] : 

Between rounds. — Evening at the 
exchange. — Good times at the service 
club. — Pontoon bridge building. — 
Prone position on the range. © 1 c. 
each Sept. 17, 1923 ; J 263766-263770. 



260 



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no. 3, 1923 



14891 



Peatt (Howard Fels) Clyde, O. 

14838 
Funnymaker. © July 5, 1923 ; 2 c. 
June 28 ; K 176687. 

Prentiss (Arthur M.) Portland, Or. 

14839-14841 

Bartlett pears at Medford, Or. © 

Aug. 31, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 6 ; J 263684. 

Crater Lake, 12476, 12478. © Aug. 
27, 1923 ; 2 c. each Sept. 4 ; J 263661, 
263662. 

Prepared roofing assn., Chicago. 

14842-14843 
Estimated shipments of roll roofing 
and asphalt shingles for entire indus- 
try, Nov. 1, 1920-May 31, 1923. [Blue- 
print] © 1 c. July 5, 1923 ; I 8158. 

Dec. 1, 1920 to June 30, 1923. 

[Blueprint] © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1923; 
I 8246. 

Presthus (I) Dickinson, N. D. 

14844 
Medora, N. D. © Sept. 14, 1923; 
■2 c. Sept. 18 ; J 263779. 

Priscilla co., Boston. 14845-14848 
Block pattern for antimacassar, 23- 
8-30. © July 1, 1923; 2 c. July 7; 
K 176366. 

[3 prints] : 

Block pattern for pillow no. 23-9- 
39.— Pattern for buffet scarf no. 23-9- 
37.— Pattern for table scarf no. 23-9- 
38. © Aug. 31, 1923; 2 c. each Sept. 
6; K 178036-178038. 

Process color ptg. co., Rochester, 
N. Y. 14849-14856 

[8 prints] : 

Austrian pine. — Decorative dahlia, 
Princess Juliana. — Deutzia Gracilis. — 
Frau Karl Druschki. — Hollyhock. — 
Hybrid cactus dahlia, Mrs. Warnaar. 
— Killarney, white. — Pyramidal arbor- 
vitae. © May 3, 1923; 2 c. each Mav 
19; K 176299-176306. 

Profile wonder shops, Profile and 

Flume hotels co., Profile House, 

N. H. 14857 

Franconia Notch, N. H., pool. © 

Aug. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. July 28 ; J 263540. 

Prudential insurance co. of Amer., 
Newark, N. J. 14858-14869 

[12 photographs] : 

Child carrying lumber. — Father 
holding babe with arm around wife, 
both smiling at child. — Grandfather 



and grandmother looking at Pruden- 
tial income check. — Husband and wife 
beholding that the Prudential has the 
strength of Gibraltar. — Mother at sew- 
ing machine with children at her 
side. — Mother reading book to three 
children. — Mother receiving monthly 
income check from Prudential 
agent. — Mother with monthly income 
check. — Widow and boy. House- 
movers wrecking their home. — Widow 
and child receiving letter from post- 
man. — Woman in front of newspaper 
bulletin board entitled Promise oil co. 
fails. — Woman with two men leaning 
over her shoulders entitled the Family 
Friend. © 1 c. each July 2, 1923; 
J 262684-262695. 

Pryce service bureau, New York. 

14870-14873 

Sambo Sims, Aug. 25-Sept. 15, 1923. 
[Weekly] © Aug. 25-Sept. 15, 1923 ; 
2 c. each Aug. 20-31 ; K 177671,177872, 
178313, 178314. 

Quackenboss (Leonard G.) Chicago. 
14874-14878 

Holder attachments, display attach- 
ments, sheet 1, design 28. [Blueprint] 
© 1 c. # Aug. 22, 1923; I 8274. 

design 29-32. [Blue- 
prints] © 1 c. each July 23, 1923; 

1 8189-8192. 

R-C pictures corp., New York. 

14879-14890 

Pop Tuttle's one horse play, Dan 
Mason in : 

And the villain still pursued her. — 
Great balcony scene. — It puts the 
shakes in Shakespeare. — Light com- 
edy, oh, very light. — My God, the dam 
has burst. — No wonder Romeo took 
poison. Take 'em off, Eph, we know 
you. — Puzzle, find the great Shake- 
sperian actor. — Romeo, git off me hip 
or you'll break something. — [1 sheet 
poster] — [3 sheet poster] © June 
17, 1923 ; 2 c. each Apr. 4 : K 173947- 
173956. 

Westbound limited. [6 sheet poster] 
© Apr. 15, 1923; 2 c. June 6: K 
176367. 

[24 sheet poster] © Apr. 15, 

1923 : 2 c. June 6 ; K 17636S. 

Raba (E.) San Antonio. 14891 

Morris (Nick J.) marathon cham- 
pion golf player. © June 21, 1923; 

2 c. June 25 ; J 262472. 



261 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



14892 



pt iv, n. s., v. IS 



Radio sales studio, inc., Washington. 
14892-14897 

[6 photographs] : 

Antennae on railroad coach. — Gcu- 
raud (Gen.) and Ambassador Jusser- 
and. — Gouraud (Gen.) leaving Wash- 
ington. — Gouraud ( Gen. ) shaking 
hands with engineer. — Radio in Gen. 
Gouraud's private car, 1, 2. © July 
9, 1923 ; 2 c. each July 10 ; J 262903- 
262908. 

Ransford (Arthur L.) Portland, Or. 

14898 
After school. © Aug. 14, 1923 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 20 ; J 263515. 

Rascover (Harry) New York. 14899 
Method of handling press arrange- 
ments and official scores for national 
open golf championship of the U. S. 
at In wood country club [etc] © 1 c. 
Aug. 11, 1923 ; I 8254 

Rau studios, inc., Philadelphia. 

14900-14908 

Philadelphia, Pa. : 

Broad and Spence sts.. Atlantic bldg,. 
34234.— Chestnut St. east of 15th st, 
34251.— Market st. east from 11th St., 
34252.— Market st. west from 11th st., 
toward City hall, 34253.— Parkway 
and fountain from gardens, 34249. — 
Parkway toward City hall from 20th st, 
34250.— 9th and Market sts., Post 
office, 19464. © July 24, 1923; 2 c. 
each Aug. 11; J 263731, 263732, 
263735-263739. 

Smiling thru. © July 24, 1923; 2 
c. Aug. 11 ; J 263734. 

Thru the gate. © July 24, 1923; 
2 c. Aug. 11 ; J 263733. 

Recorded voice co., Canton, O. 

14909-14914 

Wee tots' record, 1-6 : 

Hickory, dickory, dock. — Little Bo- 
Peep. — Mary had a little lamb. — Old 
King Cole. — Sing a song of sixpence. — 
There was an old woman who lived 
in a shoe. © July 14, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
July 17 ; K 176987-176992. 

Reiger (Harry J.) Springfield, 111. 

14915, 14916 

Cathedral for Springfield consistory, 
Springfield, 111., ground floor, 1st floor, 
2nd floor and upper part of second 
floor plan. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1923; I 
8282. 

High school building for Farmers- 
ville community high school district 
155, Farmer sville, 111. [9 sheets, blue- 
prints] © 1 c. Aug. 15. 1923 ; I 8257. 



Reinthal & Newman, New York. 

14917 

[Poppies] by Max Streckenbach. © 

Aug. 3, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 25; K 178224. 

Reiter (O. C.) Pittsburgh. 14918 
Romance of industry. © June 26, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 29 ; J 262533. 

Reliable poultry journal pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 14919-14923 

[5 drawings] : 

How to start with linebred male 
and own untrapped females to effect 
quick increase in flock average, chart 

2. (In Reliable poultry journal, July, 
1923)— How to start with linebred 
male, linebred eggs and own untrap- 
ped selected females, chart 3. (In 
Reliable poultry journal, July, 1923) — 
How to start with linebred pen and 
own selected females, chart 5. (In 
Reliable poultry journal, July, 1923) — 
How to start with two lots of eggs not 
closely related, also using own un- 
trapped females, chart 1. (In Re- 
liable poultry journal, July, 1923) — 
Starting with two linebred pens not 
closely related. How to breed to safe 
brood proportions and not inbreed, 
chart 4. (In Reliable poultry journal. 
July, 1923) © June 29, 1923; 1 c. 
each July 2 ; I 8151-8155. 

Rembrandt studio, New Orleans. 

14924 
Fisherman. © 1 c. July 2. 1923; J 
263087. 

Rentschler (J. F.) Ann Arbor, Mich. 

14925 
Burton (Miss) profile. 1. © June 

3, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 6 ; J 263405. 

Resler (Richard Emil) West Palm 
Beach, Fla. 14926-14929 

Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, 
Fla.: 

Dawn, A, B. — Sunset. — Sunset show- 
ing aeroplane. © July 15, 1922; 2 c. 
each Aug. 1, 1923 ; J 263353-263356. 

Retail dry goods assn. of N. Y.. New 

York. 14930 

Do Your Christmas shopping early. 

© Sept. 7, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 11; K 

178139. 

Reyatond (Martin H.) Binghamton, 
N. Y. 14931 

Reymond leather calculator. [Lay- 
out of scales. Blueprint] © June 9, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 2 ; I 8150. 



262 



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no. 3, 1923 



14973 



Richardson (Simmans W.) Ft. Myers, 
Fla. 14932 

Biblical star. © July 16, 1923; 2 
c. July 24 ; I 8195. 

Rigaumont (Victor Albert) Pitts- 
burgh. 14933 
Residence for Reed Coyle, Beech- 
wood blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa. © 1 c. 
July 30, 1923 ; I 8236. 

Roberts studio, inc.. Portland, Me. 

14934-14937 

Portland (Miss) © Sept. 1, 1923; 
2 c. Sept. 6 ; J 263683. 

1-3. © Aug. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. each 

Aug. 25 ; J 263572-263574. 

Robinson (G. H.) co., inc., Chicago. 
14938, 14939 

Anticipation. © Sept. 10, 1923; 2 
c. Sept. 17 ; J 263744. 

Don't just say ice cream. © Sept. 
10, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 17 ; J 263745. 

Rochester telephone corp., Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 14940 
Rochester, N. Y.. section of, aerial 
photograph. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1923; 
J 263566. 

Rodriguez Serra (J. E.) Ponce, Pu- 
erto Rico. 14941 
Ponce, Puerto Rico, hospital Asib 
de damas. © June 1, 1923; 2 c. July 
10; J 263406. 

Rosener (Charles S.) San Francisco. 

14942 

U. S. supreme court, chief justices. 

© Aug. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 11 ; J 263347. 

Rotofeatures, Omaha, Neb. 

14943-14950 

Graham (Georgia) and Chauncey 

Parry at Samarkand. 1, 2. © June 

25, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 29 ; J 262544, 

262545. 

at Samarkand. 1. 2. © June 

25, 1923 ; 2 c. each June 29 ; J 262543, 
262546. 

[4 photographs] : 

Camp fire scene. — Fare please. — 
Leap before you look. — Shipwrecked. 
© July 21. 1923: 2 c. each July 30; 
J 263255-263258. 

Rundle (AddieLibby) Spokane, Wash. 

14951 
Sweyolakan. © July 29. 1923 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 6; J 263320. 

Run yon (Robert) Brownsville, Tex. 

14952-14961 

Brownsville. Tex., Mercy hospital. 

© Aug. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 6 ; J 263327. 



[9 photographs] : 

At sunrise, Point Isabel, Tex., 320. — 
Echinocereus berlandieri. Cactus in 
bloom, 572. — Mammillaria sphearica. 
Cactus in bloom, 571. — Moonlight 
view, Point Isabel, Tex., 314. — Padre 
Island, Tex., lighthouse, 316. — Point 
Isabel, Tex., lighthouse, 315. — Point 
Isabel, Tex., view of the beach, 317. — 
Reddish egret. Green Island bird 
reservation, 318. — Reddish egret. Point 
Isabel coast, typical pose, 319. © 
July 1. 1923; 2 c. each July 16; 
J 263061-263069. 

Ruwe (Edgar C.) co., inc., New York. 
14962-14965 

Arbor clay. © May 15, 1923; 2 c. 
July 9; K 176544. 

Labor day dedicated to craft pride. 
© June 15, 1923; 2 c. July 9; K 
176545. 

Memorial day. © May 15, 1923; 2 
c. July 9 ; K 176546. 

Thanksgiving. © June 15, 1923; 2 
c. July 9 ; K 176547. 

Samuels (Milton M.) Bayonne, N. J. 

14966 
[Intonation charts, the violinist's 
slide rule. 12 sheets.] © 1 c. July 3, 
1923 ; I 8181. 

Sandor (P.) Cleveland. 14967 

Nem, nem. soha. [1 sheet poster, 
10328] © Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Aug. 
30, 1923 ; K 178030. 

Schaphorst (William Frederick) 

Newark, N. J. 14968, 14969 

Chart for quickly finding arc of 

contact. (In Textile world) © Aug. 

11, 1923; 1 c. Aug. 18; I 8271. 

Roll or coil length. (In Textile 
world) © July 21, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 3 ; 
I 8243. 

Schauble studios, Erie, Pa. 14970 
Erie chamber of commerce booster, 
1923. © Sept. 11, 1923 : 2 c. Sept. 13 ; 
J 263727. 

SCHLUETER (FRANK J.) Houston. 

14971 
Schaafs fig orchard. © Aug. 6. 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 11 ; J 263357. 

Schulman (Max) Washington. 

14972. 14973 

Chart for computation of air lift 
wells. © 1 c. Aug. 16. 1923; I S270. 

Chart showing H. P.-K. W. or K. 
W. H. required to deliver N. G. P. M. 
against an H. foot head. © 1 c. 
Aug. 16, 1923; I 8269. 



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pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Scobie (Vernon) New York. 

14974-14976 

[3 photographs] : 

Peed time at the zoo. — Three men 
in a boat. — Two is company, but. © 
July 1, 1923; 2 c. each July 10; J 
262899-262901. 

Scott (Walter A.) San Francisco. 

14977 
Schooner race, 1914. © June 23, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 9 ; J 262891. 

Sease (Ivan C.) Greenville, S. C. 

14978 
First communion. © July 21, 1923 ; 
2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 263319. 

Seed (Frank O.) Waterbury, Conn. 

14979 
Kirjossoff (Amer. consul general 
Max D.) at Yokohama. © Sept. 4, 
1923; 2 c. Sept. 6; J 263682. 

Sesqui-centennial exhibition ASSN., 
Philadelphia. 14980 

Sesqui-centennial exposition, birds- 
eye view. © June 24, 1923 ; 2 c. June 
26; K 176294. 

Sharon (Frederick Wallace) Venice, 
Calif. , 14981 

Venice, Santa Monica, Calif., bath- 
ing suit parade, Aug. 19, 1923. © Aug. 
21, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 27 ; J 263582. 

Sharpsteen (Benjamin Luther) Ala- 
meda, Calif. 14982-14990 
Midget movies, July 8- Aug. 26, 26, 
Sept. 2, 1923. [Weekly] © July 8- 
Aug. 26, 26, Sept. 2, 1923; 1 c. each 
July 14-Sept. 19; K 176652, 176888, 
177054. 177216, 177413, 178134, 178185, 
178186, 178353. 

Shedd-Brown mfg. co., Minneapolis. 

14991-14999 

[3 photographs] : 

Breaking into business. — Bubbles. — 
Idols. © Sept. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. each Sept. 
11 ; J 263874-263876. 

[6 prints] : 

Campfire. — Evening solitude. — Fire- 
side fancies. — October forests. — Pal o' 
mine. — Village smithy. © Sept. 1, 
1923; 2 c. each Sept 11; K 178294- 
178299. 

Sheffer (Max B.) Chicago. 15000 

[Dancing girl pictures] © Aug. 16, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 24 ; K 178000. 

Sherwood (R. P.) Chico, Calif. 

15001 
2 bits?. © July 25, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 
6 ; K 177776. 



Shippam (Audrey Forfar) Minneap- 
olis. 15002-15003 

Newly-laid altar cloths. © 1 c. July 
13, 1923; J 263232. 

Reflections. © 1 c. July 13, 1923; 
J 263233. 

Simpson spring co., South Easton, 
Mass. 15004 

Incomparable. © July 14, 1921 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 1, 1923 : K 177159. 

Smith, (C. Ferris) Colville,, Wash. 

15005-15010 

Elwood (Dorothy) 1-3. © Sept. 10, 
1923; 2 c. each Sept. 17; J 263751- 
263753. 

Old dominion lumber co. 

Log pond. — Logs. — Mill. © June 25, 
1923; 2 c. each July 3; J 262869- 
262871. 

Smith (Carrie E.) Perry, la. 15011 
They stuck out their tongues at her, 
but Carrie E. Smith of Perry, whc 
sent this picture, held these five garter 
snakes in her hand [etc] © July 8, 
1923 ; 1 c. July 21 ; K 176887. 

Smith-Hecht co., Indianapolis. 15012 
Now. © Aug. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 13 ; 
K 177419. 

Stacy (Henry R.) Detroit. 15013 

Baby weight chart. [Blueprint] 

© July 9, 1923 ; 2 c. July 16 ; I 8171. 

Standard graphic chart co., inc., 
New York. 15014, 15015 

Chart giving numbers of Picto 
graphic chart sheets. © Aug. 20, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 25 ; I 8283. 

What will your dollar buy? © Aug. 
24, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 1; K 177875. 

Standard school equipment co., 
Louisville. 15016, 15017 

[Phantom view of desk construc- 
tion] © June 28, 1923; 2 c. July 9; 

1 8258. 

Phantom view of drawer construc- 
tion. © June 28, 1923 : 2 c. July 9 ; I 
8245. 

Standiford studio, Louisville. 15018 
Dawson (Charles I.) © Aug. 31, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 ; J 263715. 

Stanek (William George) Los An- 
geles. 15019 
Argument of valves, old man Poppet, 
Mr. Silent Sleeve. © June 22, 1923 ; 

2 c. July 19; K 177528. 



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no. 3, 1923 



15085 



Stecher lithogeaphic co., Rochester, 
N. Y. 15020-15049 

[30 prints] : 

[Bean, Black wax] — [Bean, Golden 
wax] — [Beans Kentucky wonder] — 
[Beans, Round yellow six weeks] — 
[Beans, Scarlet runner] — [Beet, Giant 
feeding or half sugar beet] — [Cabbage, 
Savoy] — [Carrot, Chentenay] — [Car- 
rot, Early half long scarlet] — [Cit- 
ron] — [Corn, Black Mexican] — [Corn, 
Golden bantam] — [Corn, Potter's ex- 
celsior red cob cory mammoth cory] 
— [Corn, Stabler's early Minnesota] — 
[Golden Tankard, Mangel] — [Lettuce, 
Simpson] — [Onion, Red wethersfield] 
— [Onion, white pickling] — [Peas, Lit- 
tle marvel] — [Pumpkin, Kentucky field 
or sweet cheese] — [Radish, Black 
Spanish] — [Radish, Mixed] — [Radish, 
Round black Spanish] — [Rhubarb] — 
[Ruta Baga, Amer. or improved purple 
top yellow] — [Squash, Vegetable mar- 
row] — [Turnip, Bellow aberdeen] — 
[Turnip, Purple top] — [White rice 
popcorn] — [Yellow leviathan or golden 
giant intermediate mammoth yellow 
mangel] © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. each 
Sept. 17 ; K 178246-178275. 

Steen (John Haeey) Seattle. 

15050-15054 

Maryland (U. S. S.) at Puget 
Sound, Seattle, Wash. © July 28, 
1923; 2 c. Aug. 6; J 263334. 

Seattle, Wash. : 

Government locks, TJ. S. Destroyers 
299 and 332 coming out of. — Govern- 
ment locks, U. S. Destroyers 299 and 
332 inside of.— N. Y. K. dock, U. S. 
Destroyers along side of, and battle- 
ships in Puget Sound. — N. Y. K. dock. 
U. S. Destroyers tied along side of. 
© July 30, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 6; 
J 263335-263338. 

Stelljes (Feed) St. Louis. 

15055, 15056 

Lincoln Beach © July 16, 1923; 
2 c. July 18; J 263080. 

Red cross carnival held at Lincoln 
Beach. © Aug. 30, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 
4; J 263641. 

Stephens, Colmer studio, Portland, 

Or. 15057, 15058 

Christie (Archbishop) A, B. © July 

10, 1923 ; 2 c. each, July 19 ; J 263393, 

263394. 

Stewart (Clarence Reynolds) Spok- 
ane, Wash. 15059-15061 

[3 prints] : 

[Flip-flop]— [Marble-golf]— [Rollio] 
© Aug. 22, 1923; 2 c. each Sept. 1; 
K 177876-177878. 



Stockton realtors assn., Stockton, 

Calif. 15062 

Stockton, the hub city of Calif. 

© June 1, 1923; 2 c. June 26; K 

176855. 

Stoddard (Henry Lee) Little Rock, 
Ark. 15063 

[Perfect unit of mensuration 1080.] 
© 1 c. July 23, 1923 ; I 8193. 

Stow (Audley Hart) Charleston, W. 
Va. 15064 

1922 model all-steel Stow type cush- 
ion drop boxing 9S cu. ft., capacity 30" 
motor mine car. 16-E, C2002-1, 9- 
10-22. [Blueprint] © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1923; I 8253. 

Strickland (F. M.) ptg. & station- 
ery co., St. Louis. 15065-15067 

[3 drawings] : 

Perifused lenses. — Rimless lenses. — 
Shell, horn or composition rims. © 
Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. each June 13; 
I 8172-8174. 

Strobridge lithographing co., Cincin- 
nati. 15068-15085 

[6 one sheet posters] : 

Beeson (Berta) sensational high 
wire artist, N. Y. no. RB2333— Con- 
gress of world trained horse acts in- 
troduced by all Europes greatest train- 
ers [etc., N. Y. no. RB2341].— Ringling 
bros. and Barnum and Bailey quarter 
million pound act of performing ele- 
phants [etc., N. Y. no. RB2319].— These 
trains more than one and one-third 
miles long, N. Y. no. RB2320.— Three 
Nelson sisters, America's greatest high 
wire artists [etc., N. Y. no. RB2336].— 
World's greatest acrobats, the original 
famous Nelson family [etc., N. Y. no. 
RB2338] © June 26, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Aug. 11; K 177919-177923, 177927. 

[6 prints] : 

Beeson (Berta) sensational high 
wire artist. [12 sheet poster, 2332]. — 
Only living armored rhinoceros in 
captivity. [4 sheet poster, 2312]. — ■ 
Original famous Nelson family. The 
world's greatest acrobats. [10 sheet 
poster, 2337] .— Rieffenach sisters. [12 
sheet poster, 2343]. — Sweeney (Be- 
atrice) the human gyroscope. [8 
sheet poster, 2342]. — Three Nelson sis- 
ters. America's greatest high wire 
artistes in daring feats that amaze 
and thrill. [6 sheet poster. 2339] © 
June 26, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 11; 
K 177555-177560. 



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15086 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



Strobridge lithogeaphing co. — Con. 

[6 prints] : 

Congress of world famous horse acts 
[etc. 24 sheet poster. N. Y. no. 
RB2334].— Nelson (Theol) performing 
60 revolutions a minute [etc. 3 sheet 
poster, N. Y. no. RB2340] .— Only liv- 
ing armored rhinoceros in captivity. 
[1/2 sheet poster, N. Y. no. RB2329].— 
Rieffenach sisters. [1/2 sheet poster, 
no. RB2344].— Stark (Mable) the in- 
trepid lady trainer [etc. 4 sheet poster, 
N. Y. no. RB2346].— Sweeney (Be- 
atrice) [1/2 sheet poster, N. Y. no. 
RB2345] © June 26, 1923 ; 2 c. each 
Aug. 11: K 177916-177918, 177924- 
177926. 

Swetland seevice, Denver. 15086 

Old experience says. © Aug. 15, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ■ K 178395. . 

Swezey (H. E.) Patchogue, L. I., 
N. Y. 15087, 15088 

Ferry to Cherry Grove, (c) Aug. 31, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 5 ; J 263669. 

Ferry to Water Island. © Aug. 31, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 5 ; J 263668. 

Swinnerton ( James) Palo Alto, Calif. 
15089-15093 

Kiddies of the canyon country. (In 
Good housekeeping, June. 1923.) © 
May 18, 1923 ; 1 c. June 29 ; K 176310. 

Same. (In Good housekeeping, 

July, 1923) © June 19, 1923; 1 c. 
Aug. 31 ; K 177882. 

Same. (In Good housekeeping, 

Aug., 1923. © July 18, 1923 ; 1 c. July 
24; K 176965. 

Same. (In Good housekeeping, 

Sept., 1923.) © Aug. 18, 1923; 1 c. 
Aug. 20 ; K 177626. 

Same. (In Good housekeeping, 

Oct., 1923.) © Sept. 19, 1923; 1 c. 
Sept. 24 ; K 178391. 

Syeactjse Amer, NEWSPAPER CORP., 
Syracuse, N. Y. 15094 

Curley (Rt. Rev. Daniel Joseph). © 
May 1, 1923 ; 1 c. May 10 ; K 176688. 

Tabee Prang art co., Springfield, 
Mass. 15095-15103 

Mid day claim, 5854. © Sept. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 8 ; J 263697. 

Woodland mirror, 5849. © Sept. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 8 ; J 263693. 

[3 photographs] : 

May day, 5857.— Spring day, 5856 — 
Virgin among the lillies, 5858. © Aug. 
1, 1923; 2 c. each Sept. 8; J 263699- 
263701. 



[4 photographs] : 

Approaching storm, 5855. — Blossom 
time, 5850. — Glorious June, 5851. — 
O'er hill and dale, 5853. © Aug. 15, 
1923; 2 c. each Sept. 8; J 263694- 
263696, 263698. 

Tai Sing Loo, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. 
15104-15109 

Hawaii natl. park: 

Sun rising through the Koolau Gap, 
Haleakala, Maui, elev. 10,032 ft., 5:00 
A. M. — Sunrise of Haleakala, Maui, 
elev. 10,032 ft.— Sunset of Haleakala, 
Maui, elev. 10,032 ft. © July 29, 1923 ; 
2 c. each Aug. 13 : J 263365-263367. 

Honolulu, Hawaii and Punchbowl 
Hill, harbor view of. 750. — © June 6, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 30 ; J 263288. 

business section from the har- 
bor. 751. © June 6. 1923 ; 2 c. July 30 ; 
J 263289. 

Kilauea (Volcano) wavy billows of 
molten lava, night view. © June 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 30 ; J 263290. 

Tailoring arts pub. co., New York. 

15110-15117 

Detmer woolens, plate A, T (600- 
602, 604, 607, 609, 610. 613. 620) © 
June 25, 1923 ; 2 c. July 7 ; K 176361. 

plate B, T (616, 618, 625-627, 

629-631, 634-636. 638). © June 25. 
1923 ; 2 c. July 7 ; K 176360. 

[6 prints] : 

Ask to see Bruner guaranteed wool- 
ens, they wear better, autumn and 
winter, 1923-1924, T 314, T 315, T 316, 
T 317. — Detmer woolens wear and 
tailor best, T 302, T 303.— Mason and 
Hanson exclusive woolens, the best 
woven. — Mason and Hanson exclusive 
woolens, the best woven, T 300, T 301. 
© June 25. 1923 ; 2 c. each July 9 ; K 
176548-176553. 

Tangen (Ed.) Boulder, Col. 15118 
Solar eclipse, Boulder, Col., Sept. 10, 
1923. © Sept. 12, 1923 : 2 c. Sept. 18 ; 
J 263775. 

Tanimen (H. H.) Denver. 15119 

Waiting. © Aug. 3, 1923 ; 1 c. Aug. 
11 ; K 177415. 

Tarr studio, Brooklyn. 15120 

Abysinian church choir. © July 30, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 15 ; J 263390. 

Taylor (Zella) Chehalis, Wash. 

15121 
Cannon Beach, Or. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 
1923 ; J 263318. 



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3, 1923 



MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



15158 



Taylor instrument cos., Rochester, 
N. Y. 15122-15127 

Tvcos recording pressure gauge 
chart, 5019. © July 2, 1923 ; 2 c. July 
5 ; I 8157. 

thermometer chart, 2510. © 

July 6, 1923 ; 2 c. July 12 ; I 8169. 

Viscose co. chart, 2136. © Aug. 6, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 13 ; I 8268. 

[3 drawings] : 

Tycos recording pressure gauge 
chart. 5020. — Tycos recording ther- 
mometer chart, 183. 2234. © Aug. 6, 
1923: 2 c. each Aug. 11: I 8248-8250. 

Therer-Giixet co., Chicago. 15128 

Parts of a No. 616 Sherer counter. 
© 1 c. July 30, 1923 ; J 263246. 

Thompson (Delia Marie) Susanville, 
Calif. 15129-15131 

Here comes the water, Mr. Bly. © 
June 1, 1923 ; 2 c. June 30 ; J 262861. 

Litchfield. Calif., Eagle Lake irri- 
gation project, official opening, Leon 
Bly. © June 1, 1923; 2 c. June 30; 
J 262863. 

. opening address, J. A. Par- 
dee. © June 1, 1923; 2 c. July 2; 
J 262862. 

Thompson, (Mrs. P. J.) Susanville, 

Calif. 15132-15133 

Lassen (Mt.) in eruption in 1914, 

A24. B24. © Aug. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. each 

Sept. 4 : J 263635, 263636. 

Thompson-U'nette piano co., Chicago. 

15134 

[Expression button arrangement for 

a player piano.] (In Musical courier 

extra) © June 23. 1923; 1 c. June 

30 ; K 176854. 

Thomsen-Ellis co., Baltimore. 15135 
Norfolk and Washington steamboat 
co.. the historic route via Chesapeake 
Bay, Potomac River to Washington, 
D. C. [etc) © Aug. 25, 1923; 2 c. 
Sept. 17 ; K 178325. 

Tonge art co., Los Angeles. 

15136, 15137 

[Afternoon shadows ; by F. Grayson 
Sayre] © July 25. 1928 : 2 c. Aug. 24 ; 
K 177673. 

Peaceful valley : by F. Grayson 
Sayre. © July 25, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 24 ; 
K 177672. 

Tooth (Arthur) & son, ltd., London. 

15138, 15139 

Blackberry gatherers ; by Percv H. 

Mart in dale after George Moreland. © 

June 14, 1923; 1 c. June 25; K 176717. 



Boys fishing : by Percy H. Martin- 
dale after George Moreland. © June 
14, 1923 ; 1 c. June 25 ; K 176718. 

Towne (Paul Davis) Fortuna, Calif. 
15140-15153 

Areata, Calif., Normal school, main 
bldg., A-l. © June 19, 1923; 2 c. 
June 25 ; J 262468. 

Big tree in Bull Creek flats, Hum- 
boldt Co.. Calif., 41. © June 1, 1921 ; 
2 c. June 28, 1923 ; J 262537. 

Northern Calif redwood, 1. ©2 c. 
June 28, 1923 : J 263101. 

4. © June 23, 1923; 2 c. June 

28 ; J 262536. 

On the redwood highway among 
trees 350 feet tall, 6. © 1 c. June 28, 
1923 ; J 263102. 

Scotia, Calif., First national bank, 
S-5. © June 1, 1921: 2 c. June 28, 
1923 ; J 262535. 

[3 photographs] : 

Northern Californian redwood tree, 
19. — Scotia, Calif., maple tree growing 
out of a redwood stump, 45. — Under- 
cut in a 16 foot redwood, Humboldt 
Co., Calif., 62. © June 1. 1920; 2 c. 
each June 25 ; J 262465-262467. 

[5 photographs] : 

On the redwood highway, Humboldt 
Co., Calif., 11. — Redwood forest. Hum- 
boldt Co.. Calif., 10.— Scotia. Calif., 
bunkhouse, S-4. — Scotia, Calif., ma- 
chine shop mill B, S-2.— Scotia. Calif., 
Winema theatre, S-6. © June 1. 
1921 ; 2 c. each June 25, 1923 ; J 262463. 
262464, 262469-262471. 

Townsend (Edwin F.) New York. 

N 15154 
Kelly (Ethel) 1. © June 20, 1923: 
2 c. June 29 ; J 262562. 

Tripp (Harold James) Brida:enort. 
Conn. 15155 

Pocket thoroughbred rate calculator. 
© June 29, 1923 ; 2 c. July 5 ; I 81S3. 

Tuck (Raphael) & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 15156 
[Canterburv, Mercerv lane : by G. 
Hayes] © July 12. 1923: 1 c. July 
27: K 177037. 

Tucker (Byron A.) New Haven. 

15157 
Hale (Nathan) statue in state capi- 
tol. at Hartford. Conn. © Sept. 14. 
1923: 2 c. Sept. 15: J 203741. 

Tugender (Herman) New York. 

15158 
[Motion picture artists! © Juno 
21. 1923 : 2 c. June 30 ; K 177249. 



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15159 



pt iv, n. s., v. 18 



Turner (F. E.) Cedar Rapids, la. 

15159 
Mohrbocker (Lucile) dancer. © 
1 c. Aug. 13, 1923 ; J 263730. 

Turner (Thos.) Bremerton, Wash. 

15160-15165 

[6 photographs] : 

Anderson Range and Mt. Olympus. — 
Dawn from the summit of Mt. Ele- 
nor. — Frozen Lake Gorge from Mt. 
Elenor. — Overlooking the Olympics 
from summit of Mt. Elenor. — Stone 
face of Santa Rosalia. Olympic Mts. — 
Washington. (Mt.) of the Olympics. 
© July 10, 1923; 1 c. each July 17; 

1 c. each Aug. 1 ; J 263407-263412. 

Turney (Douglas) Los Angeles. 

15166 
Me and my wife. © July 20, 1923 ; 

2 c. July 16 ; K 177250. 

Twitchell (Stanley Andes) Minne- 
apolis. 15167 
Directions for building and using 
the Twitchell auxiliary tuner. © Aug. 
16, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 20 ; I 8272. 

Undeehill (Irving) New York. 

15168-15175 

New York (City) N. Y. university 
school of music, M173. © Aug. 1, 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 2 ; J 263285. 

Pershing square bldg., B42085. 

© Aug. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 3 ; J 263286. 

Setauket, N. Y., Caroline church, 
B42155, B42156. © Aug. 29, 1923; 
2 c. Aug. 30; J 263626, 263627. 

[4 photographs] : 

Leviathan (S. S.) B42335.— Levia- 
than (S. S.) and pier 86 N. R., 
B42334. — Long Beach, N. Y., national 
bank, B42304— New York (City) Cot- 
ton exchange bldg., C16292. © Sept. 
11. 1923 ; 2 c. each Sept. 11 ; J 263720- 
263723. 

Underwood's pharmacy, Klamath 
Falls, Or. 15176,15177 

Klamath Falls, Or., rodeo, Dick 
Stevenson on wild horse. © July 3, 
1923; 2 c. July 11; J 262921. 

Wilson. © July 5, 1923. 



2 c. July 11 ; J 262922. 

Union bank note co., Kansas City, 
Mo. 15178 

Nomen the name maker. © Aug. 
16, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 18 ; K 177567. 

Union petroleum co., Philadelphia. 

15179 

Mobiline oils. © May 21, 1923; 2 
c. June 11 ; K 176690. 

268 



Unique specialties co., Buffalo. 

15180 
Magic lines of fate. © June 28, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 29 ; K 176297. 

U. S. fashion co., Chicago. 15181 
Business sack suits. © Oct. 1, 1922 ; 
2 c. June 27, 1923 ; K 176689. 

Univeesal pictures corp., New York. 

15182- 
Firpo (Louis Angel) at Long: 
Branch. N. J. © Aug. 29, 1923; 2 c. 
Aug. 30 ; J 263624. 

Vacuum oil co., New York. 



[Vacuum girl for] : 
[January] — [April]- 
ber] © July 7, 1923 
1 ; K 178316-178319. 



15183-15186 

-[July]— [Octo- 
2 c. each Sept. 



Vaughn (Perey A.) Watsonville, 

Calif. 15187 

Chart financial history U. S. A. 

[Blueprint] © 1 c. June 29, 1923; I 

8289. 

Victor talking machine co., Camden, 
N. J. 1518& 

Werrenrath (Reinald) © July 2 r 
1923 ; 2 c. July 3 ; K 176315. 

Vitagraph co. of Amer., Brooklyn. 

15189-15192 

Man of might, William Duncan in, 
A, B. © Sept. 1, 1923 ; 2 c. each Sept. 
7 ; J 263687, 263688. 

Smashing barriers, William Dun- 
can in, A, B. © Sept. 1, 1923; 2 c. 
each Sept. 7 ; J 263685, 263686. 

Vitagraph, inc., Brooklyn. 

15193, 15194 

Man next door. [Display card] © 
June 2, 1923 ; 2 c. June 13 ; K 176196. 

[24 sheet poster] © June 2, 

1923 ; 2 c. June 13 ; K 176195. 

Voorhees (Gardner Tufts) New 
York. 15195 

Voorhees thermodynamic data, 
charts and methods, preliminary study 
and survey. [Blueprint] © 1 c. July 
9, 1923 ; I 8163. 



Wagner (E. C. L.) Kansas City, Mo. 
15196, 15197 

Retaining walls, general propor- 
tions. [Blueprint] © 1 c. July 9, 
1923 ; I 8161. 

proportions of vertical stem. 

[Blueprint] © 1 c. July 9, 1923; I 
8162. 



no. 3. 1923 



15251 



Walkee (Haeey L.) Block Island, 
R. I. 15198-15211 

[14 photographs] : 

Harbor and steamer Mount Hope. — 
Jail. — Main St.: — Mansion. — Mohegan 
Bluffs. — Mount Hope (Steamer) — New 
harbor. — Ocean view hotel. — Pebbley 
beach. — South light— South light and 
cliffs. — Surf scene. — Sword fish and 
tuna. — Yachts in harbor. © Aug. 1, 
1923: 2 c. each Aug. 6; J 263516- 
263529. 

Waxraven bkos., inc., Dallas. 

15212-15222 
How much of your pay check are 
you saving? 30. © July 12, 1923; 
2 c. July 19 ; K 176999. 

[Illustration 24-29, 31-34] © July 
12, 1923; 2 c. July 19; K 176993- 
176998. 177000-177003. 



Watees (L. A.) inc., Syracuse, N. Y. 

15223 
Syracuse, N. Y., S. Salina St., dur- 
ing burial of President Harding. © 
Aug. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 13 ; J 263370. 

Watees (Vance S.) Seattle. 

15224-15226 
Ranier natl. park, Indian Henrys, 
A. B. © Aug. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. each Aug. 
13; J 263368, 263369. 

Rainier (Mt.) near Enumclaw. © 
July 1. 1922; 2 c. July 3, 1923; J 

262968. 

Waxman (Moeeis D.) New York. 

15227 
Harding (Warren Gamaliel) in 
memory. © Aug. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 
27 : K 177761. 

Webb (William Caeson) Cincinnati. 

15228-15230 

Emrick (Olga) A-C. © Aug. 1, 

1923: 2 c. each Aug. 24; J 263818- 

263820. 

Weekmeistees kunsteelag, Berlin. 

15231-15234 

[4 paintings by Franz Graf Lar- 

isch] : 
Full hurricane. — Giant. — Off Cape 
Horn. — Winter sea. © June 1, 1923; 

1 c. each Aug. 13 ; K 177568-177571. 

Wessa (William Heney) Antigo, 

Wis. 15235-15238 

Islands, Stone Lake, Planets, Wis. 

© Aug. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 11 ; J 263351. 

Speckled trout. © Aug. 5, 1923; 

2 c. Aug. 11; J 263350. 

67646—23 6 



Trout, German brown. © June 15, 
1923; 2 c. June 27; K 262511. 

Trout, rainbow. © June 15, 1923; 
2 c. June 27 ; K 262512. 

Westeen electeic co., inc., New York. 

15239-15244 

[Loud speaker speaks out of turn] 

© Sept. 15, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 7; K 

178315. 

Messenger from the moon illustrates 
radio broadcasting stories for cripple 
children at Avon, N. J. © Sept. 4, 
1923; 2 c. Sept. 7; J 263689. 

Romany Rye and his family listen 
in to a radio concert. Gypsy camp in 
foothills of the Catskills. © June 27, 
1923 ; 2 c. June 28 ; J 262530. 

[3 photographs] : 

Haymaking to radio near Butler, 
N. J., Mother here's the baseball 
score. — Milkman tunes in at milking 
time. — Modern Maud Muller haymak- 
ing to radio near Butler, N. J. © 
Aug. 9, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 13; J 
263371, 263373. 

WHEELEE - SCHEBLEE CAEBUEETOE CO., 

Indianapolis. 15245 

Pounds of gasoline per hundred 
pounds of air, open throttle running. 
© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1923 ; I 8278. 

Whitakee (James Knox) co., Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 15246 

Buyer, seller. © July 3, 1923 ; 2 c. 
July 28; K 177048. 

Whitehead & Hoag co., Newark, N. J. 
15247-15240 

Christmas morning. © Aug. 31, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 6 ; K 178033. 

[Christmas tree and fireplace] © 
Aug. 31, 1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 6 ; K 178032. 

[Good luck forget-me-nots] ©Aug. 
29, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 1; K 177879. 

W^hittelsey (Lewis G.) Seattle. 

15250 
Seattle, Wash., Univ. of Wash, sta- 
dium, last public appearance of Presi- 
dent Warren G. Harding, July 27, 
1923. © Aug. 9, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 22 : 
J 263537. 

Whittelsey and Whittelsey, inc.. 
New York. 15251 

Curves showing carrying cost per 
cargo ton ami return on investment 
for 11850 D. W. steamship. 11850 
D. W. motorship. [Blueprint] © 1 c. 
June 15, 1923 ; I 6S01. 



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15252 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 18 



WlEBUSCH CALENDAE IMPORTING CO., 

New York. 15252 

Polska. © Aug. 9, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 
11: K 177654. 

Willaed ( Stephen H. ) Palm Springs, 
Calif. 15253-15257 

Ironwood blooming. © July 10, 
1923; 2 c. July 16; J 263071. 

Palo Verde blooming. © June 25, 
1923 ; 2 c. July 16 ; J 263072. 

[3 photographs] : 

Clouds of the hot country. — Spirit 
of the desert. — Valleys of silence. © 
July 28, 1923; 2 c. each Aug. 6; J 
263339-263341. 

Williamson (Geoege H.) Chicago. 

15258-15261 

[4 photographs] : 

Bring me Oh Henry any time. — Oh, 
Henry, the best part of every party. — 
Slice and serve Oh Henry. — You can't 
resist Oh Henry. © 1 c. each June 
2, 1923 ; J 262457-262460. 

Willis (Russell H.) co., New York. 
15262-15265 

[4 prints] : 

[Coats folder]— [Frocks folder] — 
[Gowns folder] — [Millinery folder] 
© June 5, 1923; 2 c. each June 12; 
K 175871-175874. 

Wilson (J. T.) dentist, Spokane. 
Wash. 15266 

Dental chart. © July 1, 1923 ; 2 c. 
July 23 ; I 8194. 

Wilson (Oscae F.) ptg. co., Rock- 
ford, 111. 15267 
Babv Bill board poster. © June 
20, 1923 ; 2 c. June 27 ; K 176691. 

Wojciechowski (Roman H.) Brook- 
lyn. 15268-15271 

Cylinder seal of ancient characters, 
reflection of the universe : 

Base. — East. — Imprint. — West. © 
June 15, 1923: 2 c. each July 13: 
J 262938-262941. 

Woldit (Lestee Eaenest) Cayton, 
Calif. 15272-15274 

Fall River looking northward from 
a point near gate house, intake of 
nit 1 power house P. G. and E co., 
Calif. © June 30, 1923; 2 c. July 6; 
J 262882. 

Shasta (Mt.), Calif., from a point 
one mile from McCloud on the county 
road between McCloud and Bartle, 
Calif. © May 2. 1923; 2 c. July 6; 
J 262884. 



Sunset in the mountain range west 
of Sisson, Calif., view from a point 
on Mt. Shasta, Calif. © May 2, 1923 ; 
2 c. July 6; J 262883. 

Woman's city club, inc., Indian- 
apolis. 15275 

Blossom of the tulip tree, Indiana 
state flower. © July 10, 1923: 2 c. 
July 16 ; J 263060. 

Woman's world magazine co., inc., 
Chicago. 15276, 15277 

[Ross and Rosslyn cut-out] © Aug. 
2, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 4; K 177649. 

[Suzanne cut out] © Aug. 21. 
1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 23 ; K 178005. 

Woodward (Mrs. R. C.) Oroville, 

Calif. 15278 

Flower girl. © 1 c. Mav 19, 1923; 
J 262517. 

Woolley (John Rea) Madison. Wis. 

15279 
Lowenhart (Dr. R. S.) © Julv 12, 
1923; 2 c. July 17; J 263076. 

Wootten-Moulton, New Bern, N. C. 
15280-15284 

Morehead City, 7. © May 1. 1923 : 
2 c. May 21 ; J 262697. 

[4 photographs] : 

Beaufort, N. C, observatory. — Path 
of the wind. — Standing guard. — Waste 
places. © Aug. 27, 1923; 2 c. each 
Aug. 28 ; J 263663-263666. 

Wyllie (W. L.) London. 

15285, 15286 

First journey of Victory, 1778. © 

May 24. 1923 ; 1 c. May 26 ; K 176295. 

Last journey of Victory, 1922. © 
May 24, 1923 ; 1 c. May 26 ; K 176296. 

Wyoming historical and geological 
soc. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

15287-15292 

[6 prints] : 

Battle of Wyoming. — Colonial chair 
and table. — Last scalp. — Wyoming, 
Pa., Wyoming monument. — Wyoming, 
Pa., Wyoming monument, front tab- 
let. — Wyoming Valley on July 3, 1778. 
© July 12, 1923; 2 c. each July 16; 
K 176711-176716. 

Yaeboeough (Arthur L.) Oakland, 

Calif. 15293-15295 

Maybeck (Benj. R.) A-C. © July 

11, 1923 ; 2 c. each July 23 ; J 263147- 

263149. 



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MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



no. 3. 1923 



15304 



Young (A. E.) Sault Sainte Marie, 
Mich. 15296-15300 

Davidson (Steamer) and fleet be- 
low Poe lock. © Sept. 17, 1923; 2 c. 
Sept. 19; J 263870. 

Sault Sainte Marie, Mich., camp 
site, panorama. © Sept. 13, 1923; 2 
c. Sept. 15; J 263742. 

Federal bldg. and grounds. © 

Aug. 28, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 30 ; J 263628. 

Torri and Park hotel. © Sept. 17, 
1923 ; 2 c. Sept. 19 ; J 263869. 

Tourist playground of Cloverland, 
Mich., souvenir. © July 1, 1923; 2 c. 
July 2 ; K 176856. 



Y. M. C. A. (International committee 
of) New York. 15301 

National father and son movement. 

© Aug. 25, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 27; J 
263583. 

Y. M. C. A. of Cleveland, Cleveland. 

15302 

Vision. © June 18, 1923; 2 c. July 
14 ; K 176651. 
Youngling (H. W.) New York. 

15303 

Oscawana lane looking south. © 
Aug. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 7 ; J 263343. 
Zellweger (J. A.) Enid, Okl. 15304 

Hoboing to Harvard from Enid, 
Okl. © Aug. 6, 1923 ; 2 c. Aug. 11 ; J 
263728. 



Number of entries in class H-K included in the Catalogue since Jan. 
1, 1923 : 

Reproductions of works of art 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 51 one-copy entries) 799 

Photographs (including 134 one-copy entries) 4,756 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 1,042 contributions to 
periodicals and other one-copy entries) 7,792 

13, 347 



L>71 



DESIGNS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
AND EXTENDED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909. 

[15304 



Hauler (Frederick W. A., Robert J., 
Albert A., and Emma W.), Cin- 
cinnati. 1-3 

Music ; by Robert F. Blum. © Fred- 
erick W. A., Robert J., Albert A., and 
Emma W. Haller, Cincinnati, as the 
next of kin of the author, who is not 
living. R 24132, July 2, 1923. 



SCHAEFER (F. AND M.) BREWING CO., 

Brooklyn. 
Bock beer poster. © F. and M. 
Schaefer brewing co., Brooklyn, as the 
author. R 23823, May 26, 1923. 

Schaefer (F. and M.) brewing co., 
Brooklyn. 
52nd greeting card. © F. and M. 
Schaefer brewing co., Brooklyn, as the 
author. R 23822, May 26, 1923. 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4: 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF 
ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIEN- 
TIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



INCLUDING: 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1923 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 
No. 4 



This number contains the Volume Index 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1924 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



rpHE Catalogue of Copyright entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
■*- issued quarterly, is arranged in two alphabets of proprietors, with sub- 
alphabets of titles as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or 
other identifying reproductions deposited according to law with the applica- 
tions for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and Models or 
Designs for works of art). 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, 
Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; Class J, 
Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial 
illustrations. 

Titles for Class L, Motion-picture photoplays, and Class M, Motion pictures 
other than photoplays, have been transferred to Part 1, Group 2, of the Cata- 
logue because of their similarity to Class D, Dramatic compositions, and are 
published monthly therein as a title list. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue the copyright notice after each title is 
abbreviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows : " G," Class 
G, Works of art; " H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; " I," Class I, 
Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "J," Class J, 
Photographs; and " K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations. "©" 
implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by a date of 
publication. " © 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished 
work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the photograph 
or other identifying reproduction; and "2 c." for 2 copies, followed by th« 
date of their receipt. In the case of foreign works and pictorial contributions 
to periodicals, only 1 copy is required. 

The annual index of proprietors, portraits, and principal artists is fur- 
nished for this part in the final issue for the year. The subscription price 
for part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $0.50 a year, pay- 
able in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, by postal money order, 
express order, or New York draft. 



(ii) 



NOTICE. 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia, for use therein. f 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from July 1, 1914, to June 30, 1919, inclusive, are 
still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be 
transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other governmental 
library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant 
prior to December 31, 1922. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical com- 
positions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, 
or photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photo- 
graphs filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No 
maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which must 
be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be sup- 
plied on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Con- 
gress, Washington, D. G . 



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CLASS G. WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR 

WORKS OF ART. 



Abbott (Feedebick J.) Los Angeles. 

15305 
Tower. [Model of tower with broad 
base and platform supported by col- 
umns] © 1 c. Oct. 29, 1923 ; G 69765. 

Adams (John Quincy) Indianapolis. 
15306-15308 

Outer guard; by Harrison Spencer. 
[Drawing of hooded figure of man 
standing on tree stump with hands on 
belt] © 1 c. Sept. 29, 1923 ; G 69680. 

Model of figure of man in Ku- 

klux costume standing on tree stump. 
© 1 c. Sept. 28, 1923 ; G 69608. 

Parade rest; by Harrison Spencer. 
[Drawing of hooded figure standing 
with arms folded over breast.] © 1 
c. Oct. 4, 1923 ; G 69679. 

Adcraft sign co., Washington. 

15309, 15310 

Commercial sign board ; by James 
W. Mullings. [Drawing of billboard 
with fence and tall vase of flowers on 
each side] © 1 c. June 7, 1923; 
G 69699. 

Sign ; by James W. Mullings. 
[Drawing of oblong panel with striped 
border enclosed in leaf border] © 1 
c. Oct. 29, 1923 ; G 69767. 

Akeley (Carl E.) New York. 15311 
Old man of Mikeno. Model of bust 
of gorilla. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 1923; G 
69961. 



Alabama-Georgia 
gomery, Ala. 
Alaga syrup; by 



SYRUP CO., 



Mont- 
15312 
Wolf & Lavenson. 
[Merchant delivering can of syrup to 
little girl with basket] © 1 c. Aug. 
25, 1923 ; G 69642. 

Alaska federation of women's clubs, 
Anchorage, Alaska. 15313 

McKinley (Mt.) national park; by 
Sidney Lawrence. [Landscape with 
stream and shrubbery in foreground 
and snow-capped mountain in dis- 
tance] © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1923 ; G 69364. 



Alexander (Laura Ruth) Holly- 
wood, Calif. 15314, 15315 

Colonial gentleman. Model of figure 
of man in colonial costume on circular 
base. 

Santa Claus. Ornamental figure of 
Santa Claus. 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1923; G 69606, 
69607. 

Allen (Pliny L.) co., Seattle. 15316 
Seattle (Chief); by James Wehn. 
[Model of book-end with relief of In- 
dian head] © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1923; 
G 69311. 

Allison (Estelle V.) New York. 

15317 
Baseball doll. [Model of doll hav- 
ing head and body in form of two 
baseballs with arms and legs attached] 
© 1 c. Oct. 6, 1923 ; G 69662. 

American homes bureau, Chicago. 

15318, 15319 

Home beautiful, exterior ; by E. 
Bert Smith. [Drawing of two-story 
house with brick chimney, partly sur- 
rounded by trees] 

interior; by E. Bert Smith. 

[View showing large floor lamp by 
table on which are books and vase of 
flowers, with large open fireplace in 
background] 

© 1 c. each July 16, 1923 ; G 69277, 
69278. 

Anderson (James Bradley) New 
York. 15320, 15321 

Colonial candlestick ; by Emilio An- 
gella. Model with six concave sides 
and six-sided concave base. © 1 c. 
Aug. 21, 1923 ; G 69313. 

Salt and pepper shaker. Model of 
six sided colonial, vase-shaped salt 
and pepper shaker. © 1 c. Nov. 22. 
1923; G 69964. 



Arm strong ( Adelaide 
Los Angeles. 
Davenport ( Homer ) 



bust.